New Course Offerings

Check Out These FEATURED Courses for the Fall 2018 Semester!

Many can be applied to the new AAS Business Administration Degree core or Emphasis Areas, or as Business Electives in other Business degrees and certificates. 

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ACC135 - Spreadsheet Applications for Accounting

Students learn how to use Excel spreadsheets as a tool for problem solving and decision-making in the accounting environment. Students will also be introduced to Access and learn basic database application.

ACC138-040 PAYROLL AND SALES TAX

Become acquainted with laws pertaining to payroll and sales taxes, including recordkeeping rules, with this hands-on class. A computerized payroll simulation gives students the real-world experience to chart a roadmap to navigate these topics.

Civil Rights Road Trip - A Service Learning Experience Linking Students to Their Communities!

This course combines the topics from HIS 122 US History Since 1865 and BUS 192 Civil Rights Law to create memorable experiences like service to The Gathering Place and Project Angel Heart with trip experiences to the Civil Rights Institute and WWII Museum, among others. Contact Wendy Bird at wendy.bird@rrcc.edu for INFO MEETING schedule.

MAN230-470 Corporate Social Responsibility - NEW! core course in the AAS Business Administration Degree

This course shows how corporate social responsibility has moved from trend to business strategy. Examine the concept of corporate responsibility and the extent to which an organization’s resources should be used to identify and respond to social problems. Included In the course will be topics of corporate and social responsibility, and the concepts of sustainability and ethics, and how this applies to business and management principles.  Prerequisite:  BUS115 suggested. 7-week online course runs 1/22-3/13/19.

ACC226 - Cost Accounting

This course prepares students for workplace processes and procedures with focus on direct cost systems, budgeting, planning, and control of costs. Prerequisite: ACC 122.

MAN215-470 Organizational Behavior 10- WEEK ONLINE COURSE

Late start course running 2/26/19-5/14/19. Change, chaos, culture, effectiveness, and efficiency… a new blend of organization is emerging to addressing our changing social and business needs. Join us to capture a sound understanding of how and why people interact the way they do in organizations.

MAR220 - Advertising & Promotion

12-week course offers students an updated perspective on marketing by focusing on advertising and promotion strategies. Through practical application of concepts, students examine methods of advertising and promotion; the influence of digital media; messaging, copy and layout, and ethical considerations.

MAR240-470 International Marketing

Get a global marketing perspective in this 7-week online course, 2/26/19 – 5/14/19. The course explores how marketing principles are applied considering global and international influences. Apply to the new AAS Business Administration Degree – International Marketing Emphasis or to a Business Elective on the AAS Management & Supervision Degree. Prerequisite: BUS 115 suggested.

NON-PROFIT PATHWAY CERTIFICATE

RRCC now has a certificate program providing foundational knowledge to connect your passion to a purpose-driven career in the non-profit sector.  This semester's featured non-profit courses are:  BUS250-040 Intro to Non-Profit Organizations,  BUS277-241 Building Financial Support, and BUS278 Financial Management.  Courses are taught by seasoned, non-profit professionals.   

REAL ESTATE

With two foundational courses, REE201 Real Estate Brokers I and REE202 Real Estate Brokers II, students learn the industry ins and outs of gaining customer confidence and trust when selling property. Together these courses meet the pre-license education requirements for a Colorado Real Estate Brokers license. View Real Estate Broker Certificate Flyer

WORKPLACE READINESS CERTIFICATE - MAR106 MARKETING YOUR IMAGE and BUS118 BUSINESS SURVIVAL SKILLS

Complete this certificate in one semester with two courses:  MAR106 Marketing Your Image and BUS118 Business Survival Skills. This certificate blends essential information about soft skills required to be an effective employee while also providing you with insight about how to move through the culture of the business. View the Workplace Readiness Certificate on the RRCC Catalog.


INCOME TAX PREPARATION

Gain practical experience while providing service to the community. Learn to prepare income taxes with the following courses:

ACC132-642 Tax Help Colorado –

Prepares you for preparation of federal and state income tax returns for individuals. Emphasis is placed on form preparation with the use of tax software. This bootcamp class runs Saturdays, January 5-16, 2019 from 9-3 pm.

ACC133 Tax Help Colorado Practicum – (SPRING 2019)

Allows you to prepare actual federal and state income tax returns for individuals in a real-time environment. 
Take the ACC 132 Tax Help Colorado class BEFORE Spring 2019 begins.•
Earn an individual Tax Preparer Certificate after completing both courses.
Practicum runs Saturdays, February 3-March 17, 2018, 9-3 pm.

Small Business Certificate

Thinking of starting your own business, or looking for ways to improve your current operations? Explore your entrepreneurial potential with courses from the Small Business Certificate program. Weekend format; complete the whole certificate in one semester.  More information available under the Degrees/Certificates tab.