Business and Technology
The Business and Technology area oversee the asministration of the Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Drafting, Engineering Technology, and Computer Science Programs.
These areas of study are designed to prepare the student to minimal skill needed to enter the workforce at the entry level or provide a foundation for transfer to a college or university of their choice.
The Associate of Science in Accounting prepares students for general college accounting while providing the basic courses for transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Accounting principles, accounting practice, and general education courses offered in the program serve the needs of transfer students in Accounting and other areas of Business Administration.
The versatile, practical skill set learned in business classes can enhance any career choice and graduates leave Independence Community College with a solid base for entry into a wide range of corporate positions, such as marketing, sales, project management, administration, accounting, and business ownership.
The Computer Science Program at Independence Community College is one of the best areas of study because it gives the student the skills necessary to enter the job market in Computer Science or continue to build on their skills.
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