Welcome to the Business and Information Systems Department
The mission of the Business and Information Systems Department 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 work. It provides core courses that help students continue their education at four-year institutions, allowing them to succeed in their chosen vocations.
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.
The Paralegal Program gives students 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 approved by the American Bar Association (ABA).
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 approved by the American Bar Association (ABA).
Cooperative Work Experience
As part of our curriculum, you will have the opportunity to participate in cooperative work experience programs.
Under the supervision of the Career Development Director, you will be placed in internships designed to provide you with supervised work experience in your major. You must have approval from your academic department to enroll in the CWE course. If you are enrolled in the CWE course you will need to complete 210 internship hours as part of your grade for the CWE course. As an intern, you are expected to fulfill the requirements of your CWE instructors and approved work experience supervisors.
Prerequisites: 30 degree credits (45 credits for Paralegal students) with an overall G.P.A of 2.00 or permission from your academic department.
Office: Meister Hall G19
Office: Meister Hall 321
Office: Meister Hall G20