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A.A.S. in Business Software Applications: This degree program is designed to train students to work with simple and complex sources of information with a concentration in business application software. Successful graduates are able to apply their knowledge in ways that benefit businesses and decision-making processes from technological, financial, marketing, management or other relevant business perspectives. The goal of the program is to provide students with the practical skills and competencies to enhance employability in business and information technology occupations.
» Associate of Applied Science in Business Software Applications.
A.A.S. in Computer Information Systems: This degree program is designed to equip students with a broad background in applications programming systems and computer operations. The goal of the program is to provide students with the practical skills and competencies to enhance employability in IT occupations which focus on technical support.
» Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems Degree Plan.
A.A.S. in Executive Administrative Assistant:The Administrative Assistant degree provides needed technological and critical thinking skills enabling graduates to fulfill office positions open in today’s business environment. The successful student will be eligible to become certified in Microsoft Office which gives the student an employability edge. In addition to the technological skills, graduates will acquire soft skills vital in assisting management.
Students acquire the knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, schedulers, and presentation graphics. Successful completers will demonstrate the ability to evaluate business and management principles to support strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources. Graduates will possess the necessary skills needed in a customer service-oriented environment.
A.A.S. in Integrated Business/Technology Solutions: This degree program is designed to educate and train students to have an understanding of simple and complex sources of information. Successful graduates are able to apply their knowledge in ways that benefit businesses and decision-making processes from technological, financial, marketing, management or other relevant business perspectives. The goal of the program is to provide students with the practical skills and competencies to enhance employability in business and information technology occupations. » Associate of Applied Science in Integrated Business/Technology Solutions.
CISCO Certified Network Associate Certificate: Get the real world, in-demand skills to be successful in IT network administration in this concentrated certificate of study. » CISCO Certified Network Associate Certificate Plan.
Computer Technician Certificate: This certificate prepares students for entry level positions as computer technicians, focusing on computer repair, installation and maintenance of operating systems, basic security principles, and networking for the small and home office. » Computer Technician Certificate Plan.
Microcomputer Applications Certificate: This certificate introduces managers, small business owners, secretarial/clerical workers, and other computer users to the full range of microcomputer software in use today. » Microcomputer Applications Certificate Plan.
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