Students can also take courses in Accounting, Business, Economics and Finance. Talk to your advisor on how you can use these and other courses here at Schoolcraft College and to transfer to a 4-year degree.
Are You Interested In…
- Developing skills vital to a well-managed business?
- Finding solutions to multifaceted challenges?
- Owning your own business?
Today’s rapidly evolving business climate demands professionals who are thorough, ethical and entrepreneurial. Whether you want to work at a large corporation, a small business or run your own company, our Business and Information Technology programs provide the background to launch your career or prepare you to transfer to a four-year institution to earn a bachelor’s degree.
“I just find Schoolcraft to be an amazing college to go to because of all that it has to offer, and I think that curriculum-wise it’s great. I think even price-wise what you’re paying for credit is great”
Pamela T. Smith
Owner & Managing Member, PTS Compliance Consulting
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Curriculum Defined by Industry Experts
A continuing dialogue with seasoned professionals helps ensure our curriculum delivers the education our students deserve and employers demand.
Accounting Advisory Committee
- Sy Adler, Certified Public Accountant, Self-employed, Northville
- Lisa Beaudoin, Director of Educational Partnerships, Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), Montvale
- Pamela Bishop, Delivery Manager, Experis Finance, Livonia
- John Black, Accounting Department Chair, Walsh College, Troy
- Jeffrey Dolowy, Partner, Plante Moran, PLLC, Ann Arbor
- George Salloum, Owner, Elevate Corporate Advisors, Livonia
- Myles Stern, Ph.D., Professor, Accounting, Wayne State University, Mike Ilitch School of Business, Detroit
Business Advisory Committee
- Douglas Adams, Vice President, Comerica Bank, Canton
- Edward Callaghan, Chair, Michigan Employment Relations Commission, Royal Oak
- Dichondra Johnson, Founder & CEO, DRJ & Associates, Redford
- Colleen Kibin, Director, Community College Relations, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti
- Kenneth Lord, Dean, College of Business, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti
- Colleen O’Sullivan, Admissions Representative, Northwood University, Livonia
- Liz Perpich, Director, Administration & Finance, Ann Arbor SPARK, Ann Arbor
Business Development Center Advisory Committee
- Corinne Smereka, SBTDC Coordinator, Schoolcraft College
- Tammy Thomson, Director of Business Development Center, Schoolcraft College
Computer Graphics Technology Advisory Committee
- Theresa Coon, Freelance Graphic Designer, Canton
- Mark Ericson, Senior Developer, Talent Development, Trinity Health, Livonia
- Renee Geralch, Designer, DTE Energy, Detroit
- Mark Guatto, President, Studio 6 Design, LLC, Detroit
- Michelle Jakacki, Vice President, Focal Point Studio, Farmington
- Gary Pillon, Consultant, Film & Video Producer, PVA, Detroit
- Brett Radlicki, Lead Developer, Talent Development, Trinity Health, Livonia
- Martin Smith, Digital Artist, Goodby, Silverstein, & Partners, Detroit
- Tran Thanh, CEO & Founder, Kidpreneur, Wixom
- Scott Tykoski, Producer, Stardock Entertainment, Canton
Sound Recording Technology Advisory Committee
- Jason Corey, Dean of Performing Arts Technology, School of Music, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Robert Minchella, Audio Visual Equipment Supplier, Advanced Lighting and Sound, Troy
- Eric Morgeson, President, Studio A Recording Inc., Dearborn Heights
- Paul Niehaus, Design Engineer, AVI Systems, Farmington Hills
- Jacob Schneider, Product Specialist, Vintage King, Ferndale