Business Technology

The Business Technology program is designed to prepare students for careers as an administrative assistant, accounting clerk, computer operator or office manager. Students will gain the professional and computer knowledge for meeting the necessary skills to attain positions in their chosen field. Given the necessary time on the job to build expertise and accumulate experience, students can take advantage of opportunities to advance. Comprehensive computer classes and their applications prepare students for the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) certification exam.

The Business Technology-Banking program of study will prepare students for careers in the banking industry. Course work is designed to provide the banking industry with skilled employees who possess strong communication, math, critical thinking, computer skills and knowledge of banking processes and procedures.

The Business Technology-Human Resources option will prepare students for an entry-level position in the field of human resources, focusing on local, state and federal employment laws and regulations, as well as ethical employment practices. This program option will prepare students to provide support to companies and employees. Graduates will learn to manage a companys most important assets its employees.

The Business Technology-Supply Chain Management option gives students the skills and competencies necessary to function in the field as an entry level technician in the following areas: warehouse operations, inventory management, systems management, customer service, dispatching and jobs associated with product distribution. Students will acquire a knowledgeable perspective into the transportation and logistics as it relates to the efficient movement of goods in the global market.




Program Chair
Debra Wofford
Collegiate Center
(479) 508-3331
Tekla Barr
(479) 508-3343
Clinton Hall
(479) 508-3335




Charles Lee
(479) 508-3324
Angela Medlock
(479) 508-342
Tammy Verkamp
(479) 508-3352