Get the Skills to Become a Valued Business Professional
Business-Focused AAS Degree Program On Campus or Online in as Little as 14 Months*
The Computer Applications Technology Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Business Track degree at Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers prepares students for a variety of business focused careers throughout many industries.
The program courses include:
- Business Etiquette and Professionalism
- Business Communications
- Business Management I and II
- Business Marketing
- Business Ethics
- Human Resource Management
- Accounting Fundamentals
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, Powerpoint)
- Computerized Accounting
- Communications I and II
- Computer Networking Fundamentals
- Introduction to Psychology
The degree is awarded to students after earning 60 credits. Already have some educational background? We also offer transfer credits for any course you may have already taken! Talk to an admissions representative to learn more.
Computer Applications Technology AAS Business Track graduates prepare for a variety of both management and non-management positions in business, government, non-profit or educational settings.
Graduates may be eligible for positions such as:
- Marketing Manager
- Sales or Sales Manager
- Marketing Assistant
- Customer Service
- Administrative Manager
- Administrative Assistant
- Logistical Manager
- Property Manager
- Training Manager
- Human Resource Assistant or Manager
- Customer Service Manager
Flexible On Campus and Online Training
You can choose to study at our Kendall or Miami campuses or take advantage of our online training options. Many students choose a combination of on campus and online training that we call Blended Learning.
However you choose to study, our dedicated and friendly staff and instructors will be on hand to give you the support and encouragement you need.
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Business Courses Curriculm
|Administrative Support||Comprehensive||BUS 106||1|
|Customer Service||Comprehensive||CSR 102||2.5|
|Business Etiquette and Professionalism||Comprehensive||BUS 104||1.5|
|Business Communications I||Comprehensive||BUS 102||2.5|
|Business Management I||Comprehensive||MGT101||2.5|
|Human Resources Management I||Comprehensive||HRM101||2.5|
|Business Management II||Comprehensive||MGT201||2.5|
General Education Requirements
(15 credits required)
|Introduction to Psychology||Introduction||GEN103||3|
|Computer Networking Fundamentals||Fundamentals||NET102||6|
Career Outlook Information
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, www.bls.gov Occupational Outlook Handbook, here are the expected job growth rates by position through 2022. SCTC does not guarantee placement or placement wage to any student.
|Marketing Manager||12%||Administrative Manager||12%||Human Resources Manager||13%|
|Sales Manager||8%||Administrative Assistant||12%||Property Manager||12%|
|Customer Service||13%||Logistical Manager||12%||Training Manager||23%|
“Right now, it feels good to be in a job where I can use the things I learned. It’s hard to describe how stressful it was before this. No real skills meant that I just couldn’t find a good job. Thanks to Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers, I won’t have to worry about that anymore. I’m so thankful to everyone who helped me.”
– Kathleen, Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers Graduate
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*Program length when completed in normal time
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