The Business Administration and Information Technology (BMIT) Department encompasses the areas of Business Administration and Computer Science.
The Business Department strives to promote and enhance the economic development of the community; to provide for lifelong learning and academic excellence through course content, application and technology; to serve diverse populations with a sense of worth and dignity; to establish work ethics relative to a positive work environment; to meet workforce needs through skills development, training and personal growth; and to communicate a sense of vision and renewal through a creative utilization of productive and innovative resources.
The Administrative Office programs are designed to provide the skills and competencies needed to become an efficient, productive member of an office support team. Students complete courses designed to help them learn to analyze and coordinate office duties and systems, develop proficiency in the use of integrated software, and improve oral and written communication. Emphasis is placed on non-technical as well as technical skills. Students have the option of completing certificate and/or two-year degree programs.
The Bookkeeping program provides students with the knowledge and the skills necessary for employment and growth in the accounting profession. Using the "language of business," accountants assemble and analyze, process and communicate essential information about financial operations.
The desire of this department is to promote and enhance the economic development of the community; to provide for lifelong learning and academic excellence through course content, application, and technology; to serve diverse populations with a sense of worth and dignity; to establish work ethics relative to a positive work environment; to meet workforce needs in the workplace through skills development, training, and personal growth; to be quality driven; and to communicate a sense of vision and renewal through a creative utilization of productive and innovative resources.
The Management curriculum is designed to provide the student with the skills necessary for success as a manager in today's demanding organizational climate. The program is of benefit to the man or woman who aspires to a first-level or higher management position in any organization, including: business, government, or service organizations.
The Western Association of Food Chains is pleased to announce the new WAFC Retail Management Certificate Program, a 10-course college-level program that has been fully endorsed by the Western Association of Food Chains and its member companies. The certificate's curriculum was developed out of a collaborative effort between several food industry and college professionals and encompasses several business essentials, including the "soft skills" of management and communication required for career success in the retail food industry.
The Computer Science department includes courses and programs in computer science, computer information systems and web development.
|COMP B2||Introduction to Computers||3|
|COMP B3||Computer Concepts and Survival Skills||3|
|COMP B5||Introduction to Microsoft Office||3|
|COMP B10||Introduction to Programming Methodologies using Python||3|
|COMP B11||Programming Concepts and Methodologies I||3||Prereq: Reading – 1 level prior to transfer
& Math – 1 level prior to transfer
|COMP B12||Programming Concepts and Methodologies II||3||Prereq: COMP B11|
|COMP B13||Computer Architecture & Organization||3||Prereq: COMP B11|
|COMP B14||Discrete Structures||3||Prereq: COMP B11|
|COMP B21||Database Systems – Design & Structured Query Language (SQL)||3|
|COMP B31||CompTIA Network Security - Security+||3|
|COMP B32||CompTIA Linux+||3|
|COMS B33||CompTIA Networking Technologies - Network+||3|
|COMP B41||Web Design: Design Tools||3|
|COMP B42||Web Design: HTML & CSS||3|
|COMP B72||Applied Software Design||3||Prereqs: COMP B10, B11, B21|
|COMP B84||CompTIA A+||4|
|COMP B94||Web Design: PHP & MySQL||3||Prereq: COMP B42|