Business Information Systems

Mission Statement

Student

The mission of the Business and Information Systems Department Programs is to provide a strong content-specific education for students majoring in business administration, accounting, management, marketing management, computer programming, office administration and technology and medical office assistant as well as to provide core courses which will assist them to continue their education at four-year institutions and to be successful in their chosen vocations.

The goals of the Business and Information Systems Department are:

  • To provide students with a high-quality foundation in basic areas such as accounting, information technology, management, marketing and quantitative skills.
  • To provide students with the necessary knowledge base in their chosen area of concentration to be qualified to enter the workforce or pursue a four-year degree.
  • To provide practical work experiences through cooperative work programs.
  • To develop well-rounded graduates in each business curriculum through exposure to the liberal arts and science courses.
  • To enhance the students' problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • To create an educational environment where students grow intellectually and attain their career goals.
  • To sponsor activities that enhance students' professional and social development.

All curricula have been designed to provide a quality education directed to prepare students for their chosen career area and/or the pursuit of a four-year degree.

All of the Business and Information Systems Department programs have been nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.

The Paralegal Program gives the student a broad range of employment opportunities. There is an increasingly wide range of paralegal job opportunities in both the private and public sectors. Law firms, banks, accounting firms, the court system, and national, state and city government agencies all employ Paralegals.

The Paralegal Programs are accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA).

 

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