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Greenfield Community College

Greenfield Community College
We welcome students back to face-to-face learning in fall 2021. Students can select from totally online learning, face-to-face meetings or hybrid course sections which provide a combination. The spring 2022 course schedule will be available soon with options in various modalities. Courses for January 2022 are completely online.

Contact your advisor for an online advising appointment.

BIT (Business & Information Technology) certificates and degrees will help you advance your career or transfer to another institution of higher education. Many business students use the Business Administration Transfer program as a gateway to the Isenberg School of Management at UMass Amherst. We provide a small class size environment with regular student/faculty interaction.

Our Hammond Business Studio is low-key for fall 2021. Our faculty are at the studio most mornings and can meet with you in a safe, distant environment. In spring 2022 we hope to see more activity in the Business Studio which offers an inviting gathering space to meet with faculty, work in teams, access the internet and get extra help, view the latest news media feed on our TV or relax in our comfy couches… and we hope again to have free snacks, microwave and coffee maker available!

Transfer Program

Leads to an Associate in Arts degree in Business Administration Transfer (BAT) for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program to study: Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Operations, Business Analytics

Career Programs

Leads to an Associate in Science degree in Business Administration General, with options in Management, Digital Marketing, and Computer Information Systems, launching spring 2022.

Students study a core set of general business and general education courses and select their focus.


Lead to a career-related certification. Some certificates stack into Associate Degree programs in business, information technology or liberal arts programs.