Accelerated Business Administration Classes

Registration is Open for Spring 2022 Accelerated Courses

Register today for our accelerated classes starting in spring 2022. You are in one class a night, Monday - Thursday.

CCD is proud to offer accelerated courses that lead to a Business Administration Associate of Arts degree. These 7.5- and 10-week classes allow you to finish key coursework in half the time. Accelerated courses are offered Monday through Thursday evenings, both in-person and online so that you can continue working while you pursue your goals.

By taking accelerated classes, you will enroll in two or three classes at a time where you’ll be surrounded by a group of students who share your same drive and focus. Your time and energy will keep you on track toward earning your Business Administration degree at CCD and onto your next educational goals in as little as 16 months!

CCD is committed to providing comprehensive support to all of our students. Academic advising, tutoring, career advising, and transfer services are a few of the ways we can help. Financial aid is also available for those who qualify, and CCD offers more than a million dollars in scholarships to our students every year.

Accelerated Courses for Spring 2022

In Spring 2022, registered students will begin the first 7.5-week segment with the following accelerated courses:

  • COM 115-4HA | Public Speaking (CRN: 32741) | 7.5 weeks
  • ENG 121-4HA | English Composition 1 (CRN: 32745) | 7.5 weeks

In the second 7.5-week segment of Spring 2022, registered students will take:

  • BUS 115-4HZ: Introduction to Business (CRN: 32742) for 7.5 weeks.
  • ART 110-50Z | Art Appreciation (CRN: 32648) | 7.5 weeks

Accelerated courses begin at 5:30 or 6:00 p.m., depending on the course. When enrolling, please refer to your class schedule for more information.

Have specific goals in mind? Let us help.

If you’re interested in enrolling at CCD and reaching your goal of completing a Business Administration degree, contact a member of our team to get started.


Nate Bertz
CCD Enrollment Navigator

James Shettleworth
Academic Advisor

Shirley Smith
Business Administration Program Chair

About our Business Administration Associate of Arts degree

The Associate of Arts in Business Administration at CCD is designed for you to complete the first two years of a bachelor's degree and then transfer to a four-year institution to complete the remaining Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in business. This degree prepares you to transfer as a junior to a Colorado four-year college or university and to work in areas such as management, human resources, administration, economics, marketing, finance, accounting, healthcare administration and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Accelerated courses are designed with working adults in mind. However, the pace of an accelerated course is intense and you have a short time in which you must get your assignments done. Therefore, you may need to plan on reducing time spent with friends and family or participating in other work or recreational activities during that time period.

Yes! There will be a Business Pathway academic advisor available between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday before class start time.

Schedule an appointment in Navigate.

You are in only one class each night, Monday through Thursday. Most classes will start at 5:30 p.m. and typically end at 8:20 p.m. or earlier.

Yes. These are the same required transferable classes that are taught in the traditional daytime program along with elective options.

Yes, financial aid is available for those who qualify as they would for traditional programs.

Learn more about financial aid at CCD.

It’s possible to graduate in as little as 16 months if you attend spring, summer and fall terms. You may be able to complete the requirements sooner if you have previously earned college credits or if you qualify for prior learning assessments of life- and work experience. 7.5-week classes allow you to focus on one or two classes at a time in a more intensive learning environment and still take three or four classes in a 15-week term. Summer classes are 10-weeks in duration.