Students in this program will develop critical thinking skills and an understanding of the accounting process used to identify, record, report and analyze business transactions. This skill set is required for a variety of technical and specialist accounting positions such as a financial specialist, payroll technician, accounts receivable/payable technician, and bookkeeper. These positions are needed in all business sizes and types across an unlimited number of industries. Individuals trained at the technical and specialist levels are becoming increasingly more important in organizations as national and international accounting regulations increase and converge.
The need for trained medical office personnel in doctors’ offices, clinics, and hospitals continues to increase. This program provides advanced-level training to meet this growing employment need. Students will receive a significant part of their instruction in medical field experience in cooperation with local doctors’ offices or other medical facilities
The Bachelor of Applied Science, Applied Technology (BASAT), is a degree granted to matriculating students who transfer in an AAS in one CTE discipline but wish to pursue a BAS degree in a different CTE discipline.