Management Development (MgD) Honors Program
The Management Development (MgD) Honors Program is designed for highly motivated students planning to transfer to four-year colleges to study business, accounting, or computers. The program offers a balance of business and liberal arts courses, ideal for students who have not yet decided on a field of study. Students in the MgD Honors Program have transferred to many top business universities, and many have earned full or partial scholarships.
Academic progress is monitored closely, and students receive personal advisement. Senior faculty with strong academic and business backgrounds teach in the program.
The requirements of the MgD Business Honors Program include:
- A minimum of seven honors courses (including Ethics in Business and a Business Honors Seminar)
- English 910: Theories and Practices of Researching
- Participation in an internship or community service activity
Eligible students who have demonstrated academic potential either based upon their SAT scores and excellent high school grades or based upon their academic achievement at Rockland Community College are invited to join the program. Students who complete the above requirements and maintain a 3.5 GPA will have the honors noted on both their transcripts and diplomas.