Our programs will prepare you to transfer to a four-year school, enter the workforce or update your current business skills. You can personalize your studies with flexible scheduling options and multiple locations.
Students enrolling in AACC's School of Business and Law have so many opportunities, including: American Bar Association-approved Paralegal Studies program (with use of our Law Library); Police Academy through the Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Institute; new business development through the Entrepreneurial Studies Institute’s courses, scholarships, and business incubator; internships, and much more.
The school also hosts a variety of student-centered events, including the Best of Business Competition; Big Idea Competition; Business Pitch Competition; Crime, Violence and Mental Illness Conference; Economics Debates; Forum on the Judiciary; Immigration Month activities; and Mock Trials.
We've deleted various “cross-listed” designators that have been associated with several courses and those courses will now be listed with one subject code only.
For example, Business Law 1 could previously be taken as BPA 253 or LGS 253. LGS 253 is now the only subject code designator for that course. Find out if your subject code has changed.
Advance your professional studies and learn new skills with noncredit business and continuing legal education courses offered through AACC's School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development.
We offer nationally recognized certifications through partnerships with local companies and professional organizations. AACC also offers continuing education certificate programs that demonstrate to employers that you have acquired the skills and knowledge necessary for their workplace.