School of Computer and Business Technology

  • Computer Systems Technology

    Computer systems technology prepares students to develop the capabilities to design, construct, install and trouble-shoot a broad range of computer systems and networks. Students will prepare and take the CompTIA Certification Exam. Graduates may continue their studies in post-secondary school.

    Global Logistics

    The Global Logistics/Supply Chain Management program will prepare students to provide managerial support in the operation of warehouses and the control of inventory. Students learn record-keeping and supply logistics as well as customer and supplier relations. Graduates pursue post-secondary education. Students who successfully complete the program may be eligible for articulation credit through the Rutgers Business School.

    Basic Business Technology

    The Basic Business Technology program prepares students for entry-level administrative employment. Instruction includes keyboarding, office procedures, word processing, duplicating, and operation of basic office machines. Students will learn updated software like Microsoft Office and QuickBooks. Students will be eligible to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam their senior year. Graduates may pursue advanced training or find jobs as a clerk typist, administrative assistant, file clerk, receptionist, mail clerk, or general office worker.

    Finance & Banking

    The Finance & Banking program will prepare students for a variety of careers in financial services including investment, personal and commercial banking, brokerage, trading, insurance and investment management. By the end of the program students will take the QuickBooks and the Microsoft Excel certification exams. Students that complete this program may be eligible for 6 - 9 college credits. Graduates of the program may pursue employment or post-secondary education.