Open courses are available in business office technology, computer aided drafting, computer software applications, computer technology, criminal justice, economics, engineering science, hospitality management, humanities, manufacturing and music studies.
Business Office Technology and Information Management Technology Degrees and Certificates Boost Workforce Success
In today’s workforce, professional acumen and hands-on experience may not be enough to succeed in many jobs. A knowledge of the continuously evolving technologies that drive work environments is vital as well. MCC has programs to help keep pace.
Assistant Professor of English Lisa Sandoval will deliver a talk at the Manchester Public Library called “Journey Into Space” on Monday, July 22. The talk will provide a historical overview of how space has been a setting for works of literature and will consider how that setting has been changed and manipulated to meet the needs of authors and their stories. 7.15.19
Stephen Campiglio, coordinator of personal and professional development and community programs, recently published hiRead more kudos
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