Presentation on theme: "CENTURA BUSINESS PROGRAM MANAGEMENTACCOUNTING. BUSINESS PROGRAMS Management The degree in business with a concentration in management provides students."— Presentation transcript:
CENTURA BUSINESS PROGRAM MANAGEMENTACCOUNTING
BUSINESS PROGRAMS Management The degree in business with a concentration in management provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to compete in today’s marketplace. Accounting The degree in business with a concentration in accounting provides students with the laboratory training in Accounting Business Communication and The use of computer software and other modern electronic equipment.
MORE ON BUSINESS PROGRAMS Management You may be responsible for: Ensuring other employees and customers receive satisfactory service and quality Answering questions, handling complaints and overseeing associates work, day-to-day Establish and implementing policies, goals, objectives and procedures Accounting You will be learning: The concept of working in an office Accounting fundamentals and their application to business They will get hands-on-training in using computers and common office software applications
MORE ON BUSINESS PROGRAMS Management When you graduate, you will be qualified for an entry-level position Help desk Manager Support Services Manager Office Manager Assistant Store Manager Accounting As a graduate, you will be qualified for the entry-level position Business Accounting Administration Specialist Computer Administrative Specialist Data Entry Operator Word Processor Administrative Assistant /Secretary in a large office
PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE PAC DETERMINING WHERE THE NEED IS
Program Advisory Committees
PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE PAC Strong partnerships between postsecondary educational institutions and employers have long been recognized as a pillar in effective technical/occupational education programs.
PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE PAC An advisory committee is a group of employers and employees who advise educators on the design, development, implementation, evaluation, maintenance, and revision of technical / occupational education programs.
Program Advisory Committee PAC Things to Ponder... We consider what is good for the schools, the community and what is good for our students? * Networking opportunities with development industry leaders that share an interest * This is the time for the administration and faculty to look to industry to find out what are the upcoming needs and what college students should be learning to fill that need. * All college students should get internships and jobs to fulfill local employers' needs. And, after graduation, students go to where the job is.