OA-SPM | BSIT | BSBA
OA-SPM | BSIT | BSBA
The intent of the Occupational associate’s degree in Supervision and Project Management program (OA-SPM) is to prepare students with the knowledge of technical concepts and regulations, and applications for supervising skilled technicians and operations. Entry-level project managers who can assess, plan, trouble-shoot, and oversee technical projects and work sites. Specialists, who have essential knowledge of field operations, and the competencies required to transition to first-line supervisory and entry-level management positions within a range of skilled-trades environments. Graduates from the program will have the tools to transition from technician to front-line supervisor and/or entry-level manager of field operations. Supervisors with the competencies to lead skilled-trades crews within technology fields. The main objective of the OA-SPM program is career-preparation. The OA-SPM degree can be earned by completing the minimum course and lab requirements of 90 credit hours.learn more
The BSBA program offers a comprehensive blend of theory and practical application that will allow students to apply their education towards existing career tracks and/or prepare them for entry-level positions in business and management.
This program is specifically designed for individuals interested in careers in which they will be navigating a competitive global environment, whether for a multinational corporation, small-to-medium-sized enterprises looking to expand internationally or for governmental institutions that deal with international regulatory issues or foreign governmental agencies and other organizations.learn more
The BSIT program prepares students to acquire knowledge in theoretical and practical applications in computer hardware, software, and information systems. Students participate in intensive computer laboratory assignments, become skilled in solving research problems, and conducting oral and written presentations.
As computer systems and networks become increasingly central to business, information technology professionals with the skills to install, configure, and troubleshoot these systems are essential for successful business operations.learn more