Of Interest: Our faculty have advanced degrees and industrial experience.
Do you want to add value to your organization? Do you want to take your career to the next level but lack the technological know-how that today's companies require? Do you plan to begin working or continue working immediately after graduation in the field of business? The A.A.S. degree in Business Technology was designed for working professionals who wish to improve their marketable skills and for students who desire to enter the workforce in entry-level positions immediately upon graduation. (Please note that individuals wishing to maximize credit hour transfer toward a four-year business degree, should enroll in the Business Administration A.S. degree program).
What You Will Learn:
You will understand the necessity of leveraging information technology to improve key business processes in today's business environment. Using the latest technology, you will develop the "must have" skills in order to maximize resources, reduce labor costs and increase productivity. Your choice of business electives includes: Small Business Management, Management Information Systems, Credit Union Management or General Business. A broad liberal arts core will round out your education.
What It Is Like:
In the classroom, you will focus on the skills that today's employers are searching for while learning from professors who offer practical, real-world experience. By coordinating your own co-op work experience, which is strongly recommended for business students, you can apply the concepts and skills that you learn in a real world setting.
Where It Can Take You:
With the solid foundation that an A.A.S. in Business Technology provides, you can go wherever your interests take you - including entry level positions in general business, industry, marketing and manufacturing. (Please note that individuals wishing to maximize credit hour transfer toward a four year business degree, should enroll in the Business Administration A.S. degree program.) Career Paths >
"I was impressed at how much my professors knew. Probably because so many have practiced what they teach." ~Jaimie C.