Business and Computer Degrees that Help You Succeed

The Business & Information Technology Community prepares you for careers in accounting, marketing, culinary arts, logistics and distribution, computer information systems, cybersecurity, web development, hotel operations, and office administration. Our faculty have worked in business and bring real-world experience to the classroom. No matter what type of business career you want to pursue, our degrees and certificates will give you marketable skills, help you grasp the big picture of business, and prepare you for further study at a four-year school.

 
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Accounting

Accounting

Find jobs in business, industry, or government. Work under controllers, chief accountants, accounting supervisors, CPAs, and other professional accountants. If you're seeking a bachelor's in accounting, the A.A. in Business for Transfer may be for you.
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Business & Logistics

Business & Logistics

Start your career in marketing, administration, distribution, or supply chain management. Earn your associate degree and continue at a four-year school starting as a junior. A bachelor’s degree in business prepares you for fields such as finance, human resources, management, or marketing.
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Computer Information Systems

Computer Information Systems

Open career doors wherever computers are found, which is just about everywhere. Learn the basic essentials for careers in database administration, programming, and web development.
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Computer Networking, Virtualization & Cybersecurity

Computer Networking, Virtualization & Cybersecurity

Skilled cybersecurity professionals are in high demand as network security specialists, information assurance and compliance specialists, and information security analysts. Transfer options, too.
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Hospitality Management & Culinary Arts

Hospitality Management & Culinary Arts

Choose Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management for entry-level management positions in catering and restaurants. Or take Hotel and Event Management for careers in hotels, meetings, conventions, expositions, and special events.
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About Credits and Semesters

  • 1 credit = 1 class hour per week
  • Part time enrollment = 6-12 credits per semester
  • Full time enrollment = 12+ credits per semester / 15 credits recommended
  • For each hour in class, plan on 2 hours of study outside class

Example: For an Associate of Arts degree (60+ credits), if you take 15 credits each semester, you will complete the degree in 4-5 semesters.

15 credits = 15 class hours per week + 30 hours of study outside of class.

Levels of Education

Levels of Education: certificate, associate degree, bachelor's, masters, PhD 

Academic Plans

My Academic Plans (MAPs) help guide you toward completing your degree or certificate.  When you take classes in the order recommended on the academic plan and based on your schedule, you will save time and money. See MAPs.

Community Support

You will be assigned to a Pathways Advisor who is knowledgeable in the community’s fields of study, and is an important part of your success helping you reach your academic goals. The first time you meet your advisor will be at the required New Student Orientation.