The Business Technologies curriculum offers an opportunity for students to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed by professional workers in today’s business world. Office workers are needed in a variety of positions in many business areas such as banking, industry, education, and government. Specific job titles may include Administrative Assistant, Bookkeeper, Clerk, Office Manager, Office Supervisor, Secretary, or Word Processing Specialist.
An associate in applied science degree can be earned in Business Technologies with major concentrations in Accounting Technology, Office Administration, or Business Management & Supervision. To receive an associate in applied science degree, students must complete General Education core requirements, Business Technologies core requirements, and additional courses to satisfy the requirements in the chosen area of concentration.
Admission is conditional and depends on the student’s ability to perform the essential functions identified for this program. Reasonable accommodations are considered.
After completing the Core Technical Course Requirements listed in Areas 1-V, students may choose from the following concentrations: Accounting Technology, Office Administration, or Business Management & Supervision.
*Remediation courses for CIS 146 or OAD 103 are identified after student testing.