Academic Programs / Business and Administrative Technology
Click on a Major to view printable requirements page.
Business Administration - AS
Clerical Business - Certificate (Gainful employment info)
Clerk/Typist - Certificate (Gainful employment info)
Customer Service - Certificate (Gainful employment info)
Desktop Publishing - Certificate (Gainful employment info)
Information Word Processing - Certificate (Gainful employment info)
Information Systems - AAS
Associate of Applied Science
Associate of Science
Associate of Science/Associate of Applied Science/Certificate The business associate of science (AS) programs are intended for students planning to pursue baccalaureate degrees in accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, or general business administration. These programs provide comprehensive technical courses that are essential for students who are preparing for junior-level courses. The associate of applied science (AAS) and the certificate program (Cert.) are intended for students with short-term occupational goals. Highland's business administration program includes courses in accounting, business, economics, mathematics, and communication.
Possible Career Paths in Business Administration
The business/services area is predicted to be one of the areas of employment most in demand well into the 21st century. The student who is well-versed in a number of business areas will be well-suited for the rapidly changing job market. The choice of majors within business administration is diverse. Possible careers include accountants, auditors, financial officers, managers, and sales representatives.
The clerical business certificate program (Cert.) is designed to provide vital technical skills for the student whose goal is to enter this field, but who does not have any previous office experience. This program provides the specialized training that can make a difference in job preparation.
The HCC clerk/typist program (Cert.) is designed to provide fundamental office background and specific technical skills in accounting, business and office technology. These skills are required for someone to advance in the business and administrative technology fields. With Highland's state-of-the-art computer technology and knowledgeable instructors, graduates will be independent, technically proficient and versatile employees. This program may lead to possibilities for promotion within the office setting and provides a framework for continuing education.
The HCC desktop publishing program (Cert.) is designed for individuals who want to upgrade their computer skills to keep up with rapid technology advancements in the printing industry. This program will give students business, office technology and information technology skills essential to join the workforce. This program is also suitable for individuals who are interested in desktop publishing for personal fulfillment.
Information Word Processing
The information word processing (Cert.) is intended for individuals who want to increase their computer skills to keep up with the latest technological advancements in the computer industry. Highland's updated curriculum and cutting-edge technology in office technology, communications and data processing give students the essential background to be successful employees in this field.
Our Administrative Technology Faculty:
Denise Johnson, Office technology faculty
View all of our scholarships here.