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Computer Applications / Management
18-Month Associate in Specialized Business Degree
The Computer Applications/Management program offers a dual focus in business management and computer software applications. Graduates of this program qualify for a wide variety of positions such as entry-level managers, word processors, fiscal assistants, supervisors, desktop publishing specialists, and printshop technicians. Students with this major pursue careers in many different fields, including retail, hotel-restaurant, business, manufacturing, construction industries, insurance, and education. The Computer Applications portion of the program is designed to provide a working knowledge of popular computer software programs such as Microsoft® Office to perform word processing, spreadsheet, database, graphics, accounting, and web page design tasks. In addition to extensive software skills, students receive instruction in management, accounting, taxes, and marketing. The combination of computer and management studies makes this a versatile major that offers students a well-rounded, highly useful skill set.
The following courses are included in this program:
|COURSE #||COURSE TITLE*||CREDITS|
|AC1228||Computerized Accounting Procedures||3|
|CM2630||Internet Security & Web Building||3|
|CM2670||Maintaining Printers & Other Peripherals||3|
|GE6500||Professional Career Planning||1|
|IL9150||Inventionland® Institute: Marketing**||3|
|MG6001||Principles of Management||3|
|MG6112||Business Administration Simulation||3|
|SE2113||Database and Presentation||3|
|TY2116||Computerized Office Applications||3|
|TY2119||Advanced Spreadsheet Applications||3|
|TY3333||Computer Integration Techniques||3|
|All classes are 60 clock hours. This 18-month Associate in Specialized Business Degree Program of Study offers 90 credits, 1760 clock hours of instruction, and is 72 weeks in length.
*All of our courses are taught in English.
All of our course materials are written and taught in English.
**Classes with an asterisk indicate that there is an online option for this class. Students will need to talk with their School Director or Acting Director to inform them of their decision to want to be considered for the online training option, and must receive approval before the class can be scheduled as online.