Always aware of the current and emerging trends in business, industry and computer technology, the Business and Applied Technology Division prepares its students with the skills needed for immediate success in the job market and with a solid academic base for continuing their education at a degree-granting institution.
Faculty program coordinators work closely with business and industry through professional networks and advisory committees to maintain current and relevant curricula. Faculty have real-world experience to bring to their classes, ensuring that students receive a strong education based on both theory and applied approaches to learning, career guidance, and career skill development.
Business programs include:
Other programs include:
- Automotive Service Technology
- Computer and Information Technology
- Computer Information Systems
- Facility Management
- Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR)
- Manufacturing Technology
- Office Technology Information
- Welding Technology
Business and Applied Technology Office
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034
Kris Fay, Dean, Business and Applied Technology Division