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Degree Programs
Accounting
Administrative Office Technology
Computer Information Systems--Internet Specialist/Website Design
Computer Information Systems--Microcomputer Specialist
Computer Information Systems-- Networking Specialist
Management and Supervisory Development
Marketing Management
 
Diploma Programs
Accounting
Business Office Technology (Business)
Business Office Technology (Medical)
Computer Information Systems-–Internet Specialist/Website Design
Computer Information Systems--Microcomputer Specialist
Computer Information Systems--Networking Specialist
Management and Supervisory Development
Marketing Management (Administration)
Marketing Management (Entrepreneurship)
Marketing Management (Retail)
Visual Communications
 
Certificate Programs
Application Software Specialist

Certified Customer Service Specialist
Certified Desktop
Computer Application Specialist
Computer Forensics
Computer Graphic Design Specialist
Computer Game Programmer
Internet and Computing Core
MCSE Exam Preparation
MCSA Exam Preparation

Management Specialist
Office Management Assistant
Preparation for A+ Certification
Web Site Design Professional
Web Site Maintenance
Small Business Entrepreneur

Business Technologies

Southeastern Techs Business Technologies programs are designed to prepare the student for entry-level positions in business, industry, and government. Responding to the needs of the growing business community, the Business Technologies degree, diploma and certificate programs combine academic theory with practical training using state- of-the-art equipment.

As with all Southeastern Tech programs, students interested in Business Technologies programs should consult the Admissions Office to discuss program admission requirements and entry dates.

 

General Education Core Competencies

 The overall goal of a college education is to help students become productive citizens.  The General Education core contributes to this concept by providing a variety of learning experiences which ensure that graduates are intellectually prepared for lifelong learning. 

STC has identified the following general education core competencies that graduates of associate degree programs will attain.   

  • The ability to utilize standard written English to produce coherent, well-developed writings.
  • The ability to effectively communicate orally in a public setting.
  • The ability to solve practical mathematical problems.
  • The ability to utilize critical thinking skills.
  • The ability to effectively utilize basic computer skills.