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The Information Systems Technology degree introduces students to a very broad field that includes many Information Technology (IT) sectors such as hardware, software, networking, web design, programming, information security, and computer installation, repair, troubleshooting, and support. This curriculum is designed to prepare the student for entry-level employment in this rapidly expanding field.
This curriculum is designed to provide specialized administrative support technology education in the legal field. It is recommended for students interested in a professional career as a legal assistant to an attorney or judge; assistant in a legal office of a corporation, of a university, or of an insurance company; or for employment with municipal, state and federal government agencies.
By 2022, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment for administrative assistants will grow by 13.2 percent. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for full-time employment immediately upon completion of the community college program.
The certificate of general business is designed to prepare students for employment in business and to upgrade skills for individuals already employed in business professions.
The curriculum consists of general education courses, core business courses and electives which allow the student to concentrate in general business, small business management, or supervisory development. The program is designed to provide students with a broad, professional knowledge of business theory and practice.
The Associate in Applied Science degree curriculum with a major in Business Management and a specialization in Accounting is designed for persons seeking full-time employment in the accounting field immediately upon completion of the community college curriculum.
The development of business and industry has resulted in a great demand for qualified personnel in the area of business management. The associate of applied science degree in business management is designed primarily for students seeking full-time employment in the field immediately upon completion of the program and for individuals who are presently in management and seeking to improve promotion possibilities.
The following occupational titles represent examples of possible employment opportunities:
The associate of arts and sciences degree program is designed for students who plan to transfer to four-year colleges or universities to complete baccalaureate degree programs. For students interested in four-year business degrees, the Business Administration AA&S degree provides core business courses, while the flexibility of the electives within SVCC’s Transfer Degree allows students to select courses to meet the transfer requirements of the four-year institution to which they plan to transfer.