The Business and Computer Technology (BCT) programs are designed for the student whose primary educational goal is entry-level employment or career advancement. Several BCT programs are fully transferable to Tennessee Wesleyan College, Tusculum and Strayer University.
The Business and Computer Technology programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. The American Bar Association has approved the Paralegal Studies program.
Administrative Professional Technology
Students in the Administrative Professional Technology program gain the academic and technical foundations needed to pursue a career in business and/or health care settings. Graduates have experience using the most current software applications. They have the latest technological skills for advancing in today's fast-paced, globally-connected workplace. This program includes 2 concentrations:
In the Business program, students will earn a degree in a cross-disciplinary environment that reflects the trend in industry. The program employs instructors with years of practical experience and is guided by working professionals. program encompasses related disciplines in these general concentrations:
Computer Science & Information Technology
Students who pursue Computer Science and Information Technology study and gain experience with a variety of systems, applications, languages, and products. Graduates of any of the three concentrations will benefit from sustained growth in demand for highly skilled information technology workers. The concentrations allow for maximum flexibility within the curriculum while ensuring the student has adequate credentials in a particular segment of the information technology field. In addition, all CSIT students complement their studies with a 135-hour internship at a selected site, which allows students to gain on-the-job experience prior to graduation. This program includes 2 concentrations:
A paralegal works in a law office under the direct supervision of an attorney doing legal work such as drafting legal documents, organizing files, conducting legal research and investigations, and managing the office. The Paralegal Studies program offers a core of general education and a core of legal specialty courses designed for paralegals. Although paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public, except as permitted by law, they can, while working under the supervision of an attorney, perform many law office tasks once done solely by an attorney.
For more information about this program: Paralegal Studies