Business Programs

Associate Degree

The new role of administrative assistant is more than filing and answering the telephone. Administrative assistants are also in charge of maintaining the office's efficiency by organizing meetings, tracking paper and electronic files, preparing research reports, and overseeing budgets. Planning and managerial skills are essential for today’s administrative assistant. The Administrative Office Technology program prepares the student to meet the ...
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As a leading industry in South Carolina, agriculture is vital to all areas of the state, especially the rural areas. An increased understanding of agricultural practices to improve the sustainability of farms or agricultural industries will benefit students in this program. The General Technology major allows the agriculture student to become skilled in an additional technology field. Students in a ...
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In today’s highly competitive job market, an education that prepares students for work is more important than ever. The Business Administration curriculum is designed to be relevant to today’s working world. Students are prepared to fill entry-level positions in industry, restaurants, retail stores and service companies. The Business Administration program prepares students in the functional areas of a business by ...
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In today’s highly competitive job market, an education that prepares students for work is more important than ever. The Business Administration curriculum is designed to be relevant to today’s working world. Students are prepared to fill entry-level positions in industry, restaurants, retail stores and service companies. The Business Administration program prepares students in the functional areas of a business by ...
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Diploma

The Administrative Support curriculum prepares students for entry-level administrative positions in the office environment. Students in this program will acquire skills in: KeyboardingComputer applicationsAccountingOffice systems and proceduresWritten and oral communicationsTeam interaction Graduates possessing these skills should have the best opportunities for employment in virtually every kind of industry. Administrative Support courses can be applied to the Associate Degree in Administrative Office Technology. Diploma in Applied Science42 semester hours ...
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Certificate

For students who do not have the time to complete an Associate Degree, the Certificate in Basic Accounting may be a better fit. The certificate program offers nine courses in basic accounting for entry-level employees and job seekers. Upon completing this certificate, students will:• understand the role of accounting to overall business operations.• learn individual income tax procedures.• study payroll laws.• work with computerized accounting systems. All courses in the Basic Accounting Certificate can be ...
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Logistics involves the integration of information, transportation, inventory, warehousing, material handling, and packaging. Students completing this certificate will be able to supervise warehouse operations, ensure equipment is correctly operated and maintained, and meet customer requirements. They will be able to oversee shipments to multiple customer accounts and ensure shipments are on schedule. Certificate24 semester hours ...
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As a leading industry in South Carolina, agriculture is vital to all areas of the state, especially the rural areas. Many current and future producers could benefit from an increase understanding of agriculture practices to improve the substantiality of their operations. Students completing this certificate program will obtain the necessary knowledge and skills to improve their success in agricultural production or many of the agricultural support industries. Certificate33 semester hours ...
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