Business, Entrepreneurship & Information Technology
Launch your career in business at Harper College. Harper offers credit programs and courses in the key areas of business, including accounting, business administration, entrepreneurship, finance, hospitality, information technology, insurance, management, marketing and sales.
Harper's highly trained instructors provide a rich educational experience that teaches you how to think strategically, organize effectively, conceptualize theories, and develop and implement real-world business plans.
Harper is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, a leading specialized accreditation association for associate, bachelor's, and graduate business education.
Harper's Business EdVantage program provides affordable tuition rates for out-of-district students who work in-district.
Explore our programs
Harper College offers a number of business, entrepreneurship and information technology career and transfer programs. To get started, select one of the program areas below:
Interested in another subject? If you are interested in transferring to study a business-related subject not listed here, please meet with an academic advisor to learn what courses to take to meet your academic goals.
Harper College’s new Makerspace and Entrepreneur Center aims to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs, inventors and engineers to pursue their creative passions and bring their ideas to life by building a vibrant and engaging platform of tools, community, programming and mentoring. Read More
Sushila Jackson is a survivor. She will be graduating from Harper this summer, the first female to earn an A.A.S. in Information Technology - Computer Support here at Harper. It wasn’t easy, and her path wasn’t linear. Read More
It's been an expansive and successful career for Lisa Smith, Supply Chain Management Coordinator, but ultimately success to her is helping her students succeed. Read More
The first cohort of Harper College Promise Scholars won’t arrive on campus until fall 2019, but that hasn’t stopped a few extremely motivated students from getting a head start after graduating from high school early. Read More
Ana Sandoval was in her second year of college, studying accounting; the first in her family to go to college. But her family was struggling to make ends meet in Ecuador. The economic crisis was crushing them. Hoping for a better life, she petitioned for a visa to the U.S. and, as luck would have it, she was approved. Unfortunately, the rest of her family was not. She would have to leave everything she knew behind and strike out on her own to pursue life in America. She was 22 years old and about to brave a whole new world. Read More
Enrollment and outcomes data
See enrollment and outcomes data for business programs the past three academic years.