The Accounting Program combines the study of business law, business organization and management, mathematics and economics, to establish a strong fundamental knowledge of the major functions of business and industry.
For students with experience in a particular field, earning a degree in management can open up employment and promotion opportunities in various aspects of industry, commerce, specialized institutions and government.
The marketing program lays a strong foundation for alert, creative individuals who are capable of bringing new ideas and talents to dynamic and diversified businesses in promoting and selling their goods and services.
The Paralegal Studies Program trains students to be able to perform a variety of legal tasks in law firms, corporate legal departments, legal services corporations, state government offices, title companies, and federal and state courts.
The Supply Chain and Logistics Management A.A.S. program provides a broad-based study of the activities that coordinate supplier-to-customer systems, including: identifying the need for materials, selecting sources and negotiating agreements, and logistics and transportation management.