Oct 18, 2019  
BC3 Academic Catalog: 2008-2009 
    
BC3 Academic Catalog: 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business


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Accounting, A.A.S. 
  Accounting Skills, Certificate 
Business Management, A.A.S. 
  Business Skills, Certificate 
Computer Information Systems, A.S. , Computer Information Systems, A.A.S. 
  Network and PC Specialist
  Programming Specialist
  Web Design Specialist, A.A.S. 
Computer Forensics and Security, A.A.S. 
Hospitality Management, A.A.S. 
  Hospitality Management Dietary Manager Option, A.A.S. 
  Hospitality Management, Certificate 
Human Resource Management, A.A.S. 
  Human Resource Management Specialist, Certificate 
Management of Applied Technology, Certificate 
Marketing Management, A.A.S. 
  Marketing Management, Certificate 
Medical Assistant, A.A.S. 
  Medical Assistant, A.A.S. , Medical Assistant, Certificate 
  Medical Coding Specialist, Certificate 
Office Administration
  Office Administration - Executive, A.A.S. 
  Office Administration - Legal, A.A.S. 
  Office Administration - Medical, A.A.S. 
  Office Administration - Software Application Specialist, Certificate 
Technical Trades: HVAC Option, A.A.S. 
  Technical Trades: Cosmetology Management Option, A.A.S. 
Tourism, A.A.S. 

Butler County Community College believes that education for business requires a combination of class work, practical experience, and contact with professionals in the field. The goal of each business program is to prepare students for executive or entry-level positions in the business world or transfer to a four-year college or university.

Since the business world offers numerous opportunities for men and women with business skills, a wide variety of programs of study are offered. Faculty members work to create an atmosphere in which students receive individual attention and encouragement to best enhance their professional development.

The Business programs are designed primarily for students who are interested in careers in business or industry, or who plan to transfer to a four-year college. The Business Division offers occupational programs in twelve areas of specialization: accounting, business  management, computer information systems, computer forensics & security, hospitality management, human resource management, management of applied technology, marketing management, medical assisting, office administration, cosmetology management option, and tourism. The business administration  program is designed for transfer students. Training and competency development in these areas is designed to prepare students for lifelong learning as well as for entry into careers.

All of the College’s business programs that are currently eligible for accreditation are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

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