Business Technology (AAS)
This program is designed for those seeking immediate employment and for employed professionals seeking additional training. Students wishing to transfer to a four-year institution should plan a special transfer program with their program advisor.
Students should pay particular attention to basic computer skill requirements prior to enrolling in core courses. Students are also encouraged to recognize the required levels of competency in English, reading, and mathematics.
Courses (90 Credits Minimum)
|BTECH115||Electronic Math Applications||3.0|
|BTECH124||Keyboard Skillbuilding I||2.0|
|BTECH125||Keyboard Skillbuilding II||2.0|
|BTECH126||Keyboard Skillbuilding III||2.0|
|BTECH140||Word Processing Applications||5.0|
|BTECH205||Records Information Management||5.0|
|BTECH220||Office Procedures and Ethics||5.0|
|BTECH253||Integrated Software Applications||5.0|
|CIS 100||Introduction to Personal Computers||2.0|
|CIS 102||Introduction to Microsoft Office||3.0|
|ACCT 113||Introduction to Accounting I||5.0|
|BA 140||Business English||3.0|
|BUS& 101||Introduction to Business||5.0|
|ENGL&101||English Composition I or||5.0|
|ENGL 150||Vocational/Technical and Business Writing||5.0|
|PSYCH106||Human Relations or||5.0|
|SOC& 101||Introduction to Sociology||5.0|
|SPCH 101||Fundamentals of Speech or||5.0|
|SPCH 201||Fundamentals of Group Discussion||3.0|
|Please consult with your advisor on courses available in this area.|
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