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The field of business encompasses a wide range of studies, activities, and career opportunities. Business skills are required in every type of organization and every industry. Whether organizations are public or private, government or non-profit, they need skilled professionals who can plan, manage, market, and monitor operations. see  Programs of Study - Business

Business Careers

  • Business - Direct Transfer
  • Business Management
  • General Business
  • Retail Management 

Business Technology / Medical Office Careers

Administrative support professionals are responsible for performing and coordinating a wide range of activities, managing information flow, providing excellent customer service, and operating and maintaining a wide variety of office equipment. Organizations in a wide variety of industries, including the health care field and medical offices, rely on skilled administrative support staff to keep operations running efficiently and effectively. see Programs of Study - Business Technology

  • Administrative Services Manager
  • Administrative Support
  • Basic Office Skills
  • Medical Administrative Support
  • Medical Billing Coding Specialists
  • Medical Reception

Business Course Options and Labs - Current Quarter Class Schedule


Accounting is a critical business function offering many career opportunities. Learn basic skills for entry-level accounting positions such as accounting technician, accounts payable and accounts receivable in private industry, state and local government, and public accounting. You can also begin studies for a bachelor's degree by completing transferable accounting courses and general education requirements.

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Accounting Courses - Current Quarter


More Information about Accounting, Business or Business Technology / Medical Office Courses

Related Programs and Courses
   > all Programs of Study - All degree and certificate programs.
   > Corporate & Continuing Education - Personal and professional education and training for businesses and individuals.
   > Transitional Studies - Basic skills classes in preparation for entry-level college courses and beyond.
   > Work-Based Learning - Custom designed work-based training programs.
Computer Science - Beginning studies towards a baccalaureate degree in Computer Science, with individual areas of interest to deepen knowledge.
Engineering - Background studies for transfer to a baccalaureate program in engineering disciplines, including aeronautical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, manufacturing and mechanical engineering.