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Degrees

Accounting
Small Business Accounting

Procedures to systematize information about transactions and activities into accounts and quantitative reports to verify accuracy of data by applying accounting, internal reporting, and decision making principles. Includes accounting and financial reporting that assists in making internal management decisions.
Units needed for degree: 49 units

Business Administration
Business Administration Transfer

Programs designed to give a broad, balanced introduction to professional careers in business, usually including business law, economics, mathematics, managerial accounting and computer systems. Includes transfer programs.
Units needed for degree: 33 units

Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Small Business Management

Principles, practices, and strategies of small business wholesale, retail, or service operations for owners/managers, and marketing principles and methods applicable to developing businesses.
Units needed for degree: 33 units

Retail Store Operations and Management
Business Studies: Retail Management

Principles and methods of retail store operations and management, including department stores and supermarkets.
Units needed for degree: 44 units

Real Estate
Business Studies: Real Estate

Theory and techniques of buying, selling, appraising, renting, managing, and leasing real property. Includes marketing, financing government regulations, and legal aspects of real estate and land economics.
Units needed for degree: 40 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
Administrative Office Management

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for degree: 30 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
CBT: Administrative Assistant

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for degree: 30 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
Computer Business Technology

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for degree: 27.5 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
Records Information Management

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for degree: 26 units

Legal Office Technology
CBT: Legal Administrative Assistant

Preparation of legal papers and correspondence by manual and/or electronic means. Includes legal terminology, procedures, and documents.
Units needed for degree: 31 units

Labor and Industrial Relations
Labor Studies

Describes the history and development of the labor movement, including the analysis and interpretation of federal and state regulations, union contracts, labor negotiations, conciliation, arbitration, and grievance procedures.
Units needed for degree: 24 units



Certificates:

Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Small Business Management

Principles, practices, and strategies of small business wholesale, retail, or service operations for owners/managers, and marketing principles and methods applicable to developing businesses.
Units needed for certificate: 28 units

Retail Store Operations and Management
Retail Management: WAFC

Principles and methods of retail store operations and management, including department stores and supermarkets.
Units needed for certificate: 35 units

Real Estate
Business Studies: Real Estate Broker

Theory and techniques of buying, selling, appraising, renting, managing, and leasing real property. Includes marketing, financing government regulations, and legal aspects of real estate and land economics.
Units needed for certificate: 24 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
Administrative Office Management

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for certificate: 28 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
CBT: Administrative Assistant

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for certificate: 27 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
Computer Business Technology

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for certificate: 25 units

Office Technology/Office Computer Applications
Records Information Management

Recording and disseminating of information, by manual and/or electronic means, including administrative office practices (keyboarding, computer literacy/applications, internet usage, e-mailing, scheduling, etc.), global concepts, and office management skills.
Units needed for certificate: 19 units

Legal Office Technology
CBT: Legal Administrative Assistant

Preparation of legal papers and correspondence by manual and/or electronic means. Includes legal terminology, procedures, and documents.
Units needed for certificate: 29 units

Labor and Industrial Relations
Labor Studies

Describes the history and development of the labor movement, including the analysis and interpretation of federal and state regulations, union contracts, labor negotiations, conciliation, arbitration, and grievance procedures.
Units needed for certificate: 18 units