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1 New Student Orientation Academic Year

2 TOPICPage Numbers Business and Public Services Division3-4 Welcome to Business Technology 5-6 Management Program Faculty and Advisors Degree Programs Certificate Program s 7-14 Accounting Program Faculty and Advisors Degree Program Certificate Programs Administrative Office Technology Faculty and Advisors Degree Program Certificates and Diploma Programs Internship Programs29 Additional Things You Need To Know eTC Portal Blackboard Student Responsibilities

3 Dean- Jackie Blakley Administrative Assistants Melinda Zeigler Melissa Dover Academic Resource Specialist Ed Heberling 3

4 Comprised of Management, Administrative Office Technology and Accounting Programs Meg Allan: Department Head Business Technology Suzanne Konieczny: Department Head Computer and Information Technology Comprised of Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Development, and Radio and Television Broadcasting, Dr. Harriett Dudley Public Services 4

5 Welcome to the Business Technology Department. We are committed to working with you to ensure that your college experience provides you with the skills you need to be successful. Our faculty and staff are focused on teaching and learning. If you do your part by participating in class, completing your assignments, taking advantage of college programs and services, and tackling the challenges associated with building your knowledge and skills; you will have the depth and breadth you need to advance in your chosen field. Business Technology offers many options to complete your certificate and degree programs. We have evening and day time classes at two convenient locations, Pendleton Campus and Anderson Campus. Additionally, you can complement classroom instruction with online classes, or in many cases, complete your entire program online. I am so glad you are here and I wish you well with your studies. Keep in touch. Meg Allan, Department Head 5

6 Management MGT Tracy Ethridge Program Coordinator Accounting ACC Angel Luper Program Coordinator Administrative Office Technology AOT Beverly Vickery Program Coordinator 6

7 7 Online Days Evenings Hybrid

8 NameOffice LocationPhone Meg Allan, Department Head PK Tracy Ethridge, Program Coordinator PK John PricePK Shallin SuberPK 8

9 Experienced Teachers Dedicated to Your Learning 9 Serita Acker Margaret Bish Bernard Forston Rodney Garza Debra Jones Bruce Kalley Brian Lyles Bob Massie Michael Obloy Jim Rosemond Brian Swords, PhD C. Justice Tillman, PhD Yvonne Vinson Erin C. Watkins Vanessa Weston

10 Major in Management (MGT) or Management with a Banking and Finance (BAF) Emphasis ContentCredit Hours MGT Credit Hours BAF General Education 1815 Program Courses 3942 Elective Program Courses 66 General Electives 33 DEGREE66 10

11 1. Business Foundations 2. Human Resource Specialist 3. Marketing 4. Web Based Business Management 5. Entrepreneurship/ Small Business Complement your degree program with a specialty, or earn a stand alone certificate to add skills to your tool box. 11

12 Business Foundations 24 Credit Hours Human Resource Specialist 21 Credit Hours Web-Based Business Management 21 Credit Hours Marketing 18 Credit Hours Entrepreneur – Small Business 27 Credit Hours 12

13 Business Foundations 24 Credit Hour s Human Resource Specialist 21 Credit Hours Web-Based Business Management 21 Credit Hours Marketing 18 Credit Hours Entrepreneur/Small Business 27 Credit Hours 13

14 Business Foundations 24 Credit Hour s Human Resource Specialist 21 Credit Hours Web-Based Business Management 21 Credit Hours Marketing 18 Credit Hours Entrepreneur/Small Business 27 Credit Hours 14

15 15 Online Days Evenings Hybrid

16 NameOffice LocationPhone Angel Luper Program Coordinator PK Brenda MattisonPK 16

17 17 Experienced Teachers Dedicated to High Standards Tracy Carr Michael Obloy Julie Ogletree

18 ContentCredit Hours General Education 15 Program Courses 42 Elective Program Courses 6 DEGREE63 18 Major: Accounting

19 Financial Accounting 18 Credit Hours Managerial Accounting 18 Credit Hours Payroll Accounting 21 Credit Hours Tax Accounting 18 Credit Hours 19 Designed for the employed person wishing to learn basic financial accounting and computer skills or for accounting and management students wanting additional credentials. Designed for the employed person wishing to learn basic managerial accounting skills and management students wanting additional credentials. Designed for the employed person wishing to learn basic payroll accounting skills or for accounting and management students wanting additional credentials. Designed for the employed person wishing to learn basic tax accounting skills or for accounting and management students wanting additional credentials.

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23 23 NameOffice LocationPhone Beverly Vickery Program Coordinator PK Beth MarshPK

24 Joyce Lockwood Sue McLean Gracie McLaughlin Connie McLellan Judy Read 24 Dedicated to Your Success

25 25 ContentCredit Hours General Education 15 Program Courses 39 Elective Program Courses 6 General Electives 6 DEGREE66 Major: Administrative Office Technology

26 Diploma Administrative Support Certificates Data Entry Office Support Specialist Medical Office Specialist 26

27 Admn. Support 45 Credit Hours Office Support Specialist 33 Credit Hours Medical Office Specialist 24 Credit Hours Data Entry Clerk 18 Credit Hours 27

28 Admn. Support 45 Credit Hours Office Support Specialist 33 Credit Hours Medical Office Specialist 24 Credit Hours Data Entry Clerk 18 Credit Hours 28 AHS104Medical Vocabulary/Anatomy and Physiology 3 AOT122Medical Machine Transcription I3 AOT133Professional Development3 AOT137Office Accounting3 AOT165Information Processing Software3 AOT167Information Processing Applications 3 AOT212Medical Document Production3 AOT`222Advanced Medical Transcription3 CERTIFICATE: MEDICAL OFFICE SPECIALIST24 AOT105Keyboarding3 AOT110Document Formatting3 AOT133Professional Development3 AOT165Information Processing Software3 AOT167Information Processing Applications 3 AOT263Advanced Database Applications3 CERTIFICATE: DATA ENTRY CLERK18

29 AOT 255 Senior Practicum This course includes practical experience in an approved office setting in addition to on campus class meetings. For administrative office technology majors. BUS 275-Internship This course includes practical experience in an approved business setting in addition to class meetings. For accounting and management majors Must Obtain Program Coordinator or Department Head Approval 29 Integrating the classroom with real world business experience is just the practice you will need to succeed. Build your future….

30 30 You must get familiar with eTC and Blackboard and use the tools. To access eTC: From an outside computer, access Click ETC Logo To find your eTC Username, follow the instructions on the TCTC Student Directory Search. Your password is your date of birth entered in mmddyy format (no hyphens or slashes). Everything must be entered in lowercas e.TCTC Student Directory Search You will use eTC for: Registration, adds and drops, withdrawals. To access blackboard. Student information announcements.

31 31 Click the learn tab: you will have access to blackboard, the academic web, and have the ability to verify your schedule, and locate learning support activities. Your teachers may use blackboard to assign homework, store files for your use, administer tests, make announcements and much more….

32 READ the attendance policy and know that the teacher may withdraw you if you do not attend. It is YOUR responsibility to withdraw from a class. If you do not withdraw within announced timelines, you could earn an F which will affect your GPA. You MUST meet with an advisor before you can register for classes. Your advisors name is listed on your records – call or for an appointment. KEEP your eyes posted for announcements regarding early registration. You may sign up for an appointment with your advisor. 32 Who? What? When? Where? How?

33 33 Check the student announcement section of eTC for reminders related to important dates, such as: Add/drop periods Class registration Graduation application deadlines Class start and end dates Withdrawal with W Semester Calendars are also available online. There are resources available and helpful student services listed on eTC. Take advantage of them to enhance your experience at Tri- County. Graduation Application DUE !! 29


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