Business Technology


The Business Technology program provides students with the opportunity to achieve marketable skills and the knowledge necessary to succeed in a business occupation.  The curriculum is provided for those individuals who desire to train, retrain, or upgrade their skills for an occupation in a business environment.  All students should have the opportunity to develop to their highest potential in the best learning environment possible through guidance and instruction by a well-trained staff and hands-on applications using equipment which duplicates, as nearly as possible, equipment found in business offices.


Upon completion of the program, students will

  1. Prepare appropriate and accurate personal and business documents in word processing, electronic spreadsheet, database, and powerpoint software while using correct formatting, spelling and grammer.
  2. Effectively communicate verbally and in writing using correct language, grammer, spelling, and proofreading.
  3. Set up a simple manual accounting system for a small business. 
  4. Apply and use basic mathematical calculations correctly.
  5. Relate well with others in personal and business environment.
  6. Obtain entry level employment in the business industry.

NOTE:  Students may pursue an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Technology with a focus proficiency certification in Banking and Finance, Business Computer Applications, or Information Science Technology. Students may earn any or all of the Certificates of Proficiency independently of the AAS degree.

All of the courses listed below

COLL1101 Freshman Seminar1
CPSI1003 Introduction to Computer Applications3
ECON2323 Introduction to Macroeconomics3
ENGL1013 English Composition I3

Requirement: 3 Credits from below

ENGL1023 English Composition II3
ENGL1133 Technical & Business English3

Requirement: 3 Credits from below

BTMA1033 Math for Business Technology3
MATH1103 Mathematics with Bus Applications3
MATH1203 College Algebra3
MATH1213 Quantitative Literacy3
MATH1303 Trigonometry 3
MATH2013 Survey of Calculus 3

Requirement: 6 Credits from below

ACCT1003 Introduction to Accounting 3
ACCT1123 Accounting I3
ACCT2143 Computerized Accounting3

Additional 39 credits of electives. Please contact Admissions or your advisor for additional details.
AAS Business Technology

Program Length: 24 months
Credits: 61

CIP Code: 520401

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