Business Program:
 Since most students will likely work in a business-related organization, the business department seeks to 1) help them become aware of, and knowledgeable about, the domestic and global business environments; 2) prepare business majors for transfer to four-year academic programs in business and economics; 3) become aware of possible business-related jobs and careers; and 4) enhance their appreciation of life-long learning as a basis for continued self-development and professional career success in the business arena.

Some possible careers:
 Accountant, auditor, cost estimator, financial manager, marketing, retail sales, purchasing agent, underwriter, wholesale/retail buyer, bookkeeper, payroll clerk, employment interviewer, management consultant, personnel trainer.

Program Student Learning Outcome statement:
 Students who complete the program will have acquired the necessary analytical tools to successfully secure gainful employment in the accounting field.