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Accounting (A.A.)

This program is designed to prepare individuals for responsible positions in industry, government, and public accounting. Upon completion of this program, students should be prepared for upper-division accounting course work that will lead to a bachelor's degree in accounting and ultimately to Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant certification.
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Accounting (A.A.S.)

This program is designed to prepare individuals for responsible positions in industry, government, and public accounting. Upon completion of this program, students should be prepared for upper-division accounting course work that will lead to a bachelor's degree in accounting and ultimately to Certified Public Accountant or Certified Management Accountant certification.
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Business Administration (A.A.)

The major in business administration is designed to prepare the student for a diversified rather than a specialized program in business and economics. This program requires a study of every major sector of business activity, with emphasis on creative thinking which will prepare the student for today's employment as well as for meeting tomorrow's challenges.
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Business Administration (A.A.S.)

This program is designed to provide instruction to develop and improve the business knowledge and judgment of the following: (1) students not presently employed who are preparing for business careers; (2) students presently employed who desire to upgrade their business knowledge. The program is designed to apply to the following industries: retailing, wholesaling, finance, hospitality, health care, non-profit, real estate, insurance, construction, promotion and advertising, and transportation.
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Business Education (A.A.)

Courses in Business Education have been developed for students who wish to: (1) meet lower division requirements for transfer to a four-year college or university to obtain a bachelor's and/or advanced degree in the teaching of business courses and (2) help meet the professional qualifications required for a business certificate of teaching.
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Business Information Systems (A.A.S.) 

The student who is seeking a career as an administrative assistant upon graduation should complete the two-year degree in Office (Business) Information Systems. The required program is a guide for the student and advisor to outline a course of study. Some adjustments may be necessary based on the competencies and interest of the student. Students will receive hands-on experience through computer labs. Students must maintain a 2.0 grade point average to receive the 2-year degree.
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Economics (A.A.)

The Associate of Arts in economics is designed to prepare the student for the first two years of a bachelor's degree in economics. Graduates with a major in economics have an excellent background for a wide variety of careers in business and government. In addition to being accepted into business management training programs, economists are employed by various governmental bodies to conduct research into all phases of the economy.
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Finance (A.A.)

The Finance program provides students with preparation and training in the application of methods, techniques, and procedures, both quantitative and qualitative which are necessary for the successful discharge of the finances in all types of business entities.
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Legal-Business Information Systems (A.A.S.)

The student who is seeking a career as a legal office assistant should consider the two-year Legal Business Information Systems Program. Students planning to transfer credit for a baccalaureate degree should check with the college for particular requirements. Students will receive hands-on experience through computer labs.
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Management (A.A.)

This degree in management is designed to prepare the student for the first two years of a bachelor's degree in management. The decisions of management in today's business are recognized as having broad implications extending beyond the individual firm. In recognition to this, the major in management offers preparation necessary for future managers, with attention being given to both qualitative and quantitative aspects of decision making.
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Marketing (A.A.)

The major in marketing provides training for those interested in planning and implementing successful marketing strategies. A person that possess the energy, ability, and the competitive urge will discover that training and development in marketing skills opens many opportunities to serve the public as well as material reward.
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Microcomputer Applications (A.A.S.)

This program is designed to prepare students for employment as operators of microcomputers and peripheral equipment. Students are trained to be able to use most small computer systems (both hardware and software) and to design and implement business applications on such systems.
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