The Business Information Systems programs provide students with a strong foundation in cross-functional business processes and the
application of information systems to support them. Students will gain a competitive advantage in today's rapidly changing business
environment. Business Information Systems program courses offer instruction in software applications, communications, customer service,
decision making, and office procedures, all of which provide students with the skills they need for everyday running of a business.
Today's businesses require highly skilled individuals in the area of computer applications software and concepts to assist in detailed and
overall business processes and practices. Our certificates will provide students with these advanced skills and knowledge in currently
popular, industry-standard application software programs, giving them a competitive edge and the expertise to assist businesses in every
industry and discipline.
The certificate in Supervision and Leadership is designed to fill the needs of industry by providing students with the knowledge and skills
required for career advancement in the workplace as well as providing students with the skills they need to enter a new career as a
supervisor or manager.
PROGRAMS and DEGREE REQUIREMENTS:
There are many program options for Business Information Systems. The two Associate of Applied Science Degree options require 64 credits
over 4 recommended semesters and the certificates require 19-40 credits over 2 to 4 recommended semesters. Some options can be completed
Notes: Students must complete all of the courses listed above with a "C" or better in order to receive the Associate of Applied
Science Degree options. If applicable, incoming students with keyboarding skills may, with the consent of their faculty advisor,
substitute more advanced courses.
Below are the courses we offer that are most relevant to this program. Check the program options above to
see which courses are required. Courses in other academic areas are also required. Please view the College Catalog for course
descriptions not listed below.