Business Administration Home
Welcome to Los Angeles City College
Business Administration Department
Chair: R.Britt Hastey
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2549 or 2547 • AD304
LACC has been preparing students for careers in business, accounting, and real estate for over 70 years. We rank in the top 20% of all United States colleges and universities offering undergraduate business programs and we are accredited by both the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the International Association for Management Education.
Our full and part-time faculty come from a wide range of industries and remain active in the business world to ensure they are current with the latest developments. They have experience in small companies and major corporations and institutions including the World Bank, General Motors, Washington Mutual, and Bank of America. In addition to actual business experience, our faculty are trained in the art of teaching - breaking down difficult business concepts into more easily understood lessons.
Classes are typically no larger than 30 students. These smaller classes mean our professors have more time for each student and more opportunity to answer your questions.
Our teaching staff is complemented by fully equipped computer labs with extended hours, and all required software.
DEGREES/CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS OFFERED:
Associate in Arts:
Accounting, Bookkeeping, Business Administration, Finance & Banking, Management, Marketing and Real Estate.
Administrative Office Assistant, Computer Applications Office Specialist, Legal Office Assistant, Medical Office AssistantCertificates:
Automated Accounting Technician, Business Administration, Finance & Banking, Management, Retail Management, Small Business Management, Marketing, Real Estate - Finance Specialization, Real Estate - Investment Specialization, and Real Estate - Marketing Specialization.
Adminsitative Office Assistant, Clerical Office Assistant, Computer Applications Specialist, Legal Office Assistant, Administrative Medical Office Assistant.
Basic Administrative Assistant, Basic Computer Applications, Basic Legal Office, Basic Medical Transcription, Basic Web Page Design.
WHAT COURSES DO I NEED TO TAKE IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE?
Refer to the college catalog to see the course requirements of a specific degree or certificate program, or click the BUSINESS ADMIN CATALOG PAGE button (for Business Discipline programs) or CAOT CATALOG PAGE button (for Computer Applications & Office Technology programs) at the top of this page.
Course Offerings/Class Schedule:
For the current/upcoming semester course offerings, click the CLASS SCHEDULE button at the top of this page.
Online course offerings: Click here for current semester LACC Online course information (contact the listed instructor for additional information).
Admission & Enrollment:
Click here for more information on how to enroll in one of our programs, including how to Apply for Admission to LACC, Schedule a Counseling Appointment, Register/Add Classes, Pay Tuition Fees and more. Visit the LACC Student Information page to learn about additional student services that LACC offers. Foreign students should visit the International Students page for more information on enrolling at LACC.
Enrollment fees are now $46 per unit for California residents. Click here for a list of all enrollment, tuition, international student and other fees . The Board of Governor's Fee Waiver (BOGFW) program waives the enrollment and health fees of students who meet program eligibility criteria. Interested students are encouraged to apply by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Board of Governor's Fee Waiver application.
Los Angeles City College offers university transferable, career, credit and not-for-credit courses on its main campus. Courses include the arts, basic and advanced mathematics and English, computer science and technology, business, science, social sciences, language and more. Courses are offered weekdays, day and evenings, on Saturdays and Online.
Textbooks and Materials:
Textbooks and materials for our courses can be purchased in person or online at our LACC campus bookstore. Search by semester to determine what textbook will be used for your course. It is recommended that you check with your instructor if you plan to purchase your book before class starts to ensure you purchase the correct materials.