Business Management

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The Business Management programs are designed to give students skills and experience in the highly competitive fields of business support, management, and entrepreneurship. From accounting, to legal assistant, to construction management, these programs give students the theoretical tools and the practical experience to advance in their current jobs or to enter a new career.

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Accounting Clerk

Accounting is the recording and communication of financial accounts. It is one of the most basic and important skills in business and management. The Accounting Clerk program instills fundamental skills in accounting theory and procedures.

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Accounting Paraprofessional

Accounting is the recording and communication of financial accounts. It is one of the most basic and important skills in business and management. This program builds on skills learned in the Accounting Clerk program.

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Accounting Specialist

Accounting is the recording and communication of financial accounts. It is one of the most basic and important skills in business and management. This program builds on the skills learned in the Accounting Paraprofessional program.

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Construction Management

You don’t have to look far into your cityscape to notice that we are in the middle of a construction boom. Besides skilled trades, there is a growing demand for people who can lead and manage construction projects.

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Contemporary Business Administration

The Contemporary Business Administration curriculum introduces students to the various aspects of the free enterprise system. Students will be provided with a fundamental and broad knowledge of business functions, processes, and organizations in today’s global economy.

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Entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurship certificate is designed to prepare individuals for starting or growing a business. Understanding business concepts, identifying target markets, and creating innovative ideas to solve problems will increase the chances of success.

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Legal Assistant

This program prepares students to work in law firms, law-related offices, including the courts, government agencies, non-profits, and corporate legal departments as legal assistants, paralegal assistants, legal receptionists, clerks, litigation practice assistants, and legal s

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Office Assistant/Receptionist

Office Assistant/Receptionist

This program offers students the basic skills they will need to work in an office. The skills covered include how to use a computer keyboard and Microsoft Office programs, business math, business English, human relations, and customer service.

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