Graduates from the Business Technology (BTC) Program become successful in their careers because of the broad base of skills they gain. They gain a high proficiency in computer software and technical skills: database applications, desktop publishing, electronic note taking, presentations, voice recognition, word processing, spreadsheet applications, etc. In addition to the technical competencies, students develop good management skills related to scheduling and organizing time and people and the ability to think critically and make informed decisions.
Students in this program have many options for class formats. On-campus classes are offered for both day and evening students. In addition, some classes are offered online for time and place flexibility. A few classes feature a combination of on-campus and online (hybrid) formats to maximize the use of a student’s time. In addition, courses are offered in 4-, 8-, and 16-week time frames to allow students flexible scheduling to coordinate with other demands of their time.
Class Schedule, Spring 2016 Semester
|BTC 145: Business Technology Tools||Online|
|BTC 170: Spreadsheet Applications (Excel 2013)||Online|
|BTC 247: Administrative Supervision||W||5:30-6:45 p.m.|
|BTC 250: Business Simulations||W||7-8:15 p.m.|
|First Eight Weeks|
|BTC 130: Customer Service (Four weeks: 1/18-2/13)||Online|
|BTC 131: Telephone Skills (Four weeks: 2/15-3/125)||Online|
|BTC 165: PowerPoint (2013)||Online|
|BTC 190: Page Layout (Publisher 2013)||Online|
|Second Eight Weeks|
|BTC 132: Time Management (Four weeks: 3/13-4/16)||Online|
|BTC 136: E-Communication with Stakeholders||Online|
|BTC 165: PowerPoint Presentations||R||6-9:50 p.m.|
|BTC 290: Publishing Projects (InDesign)||M||6-9:45 p.m.|
7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Technology Building, Room 105