3620 | Business Management and Analysis – OC

The Business Management and Analysis program introduces students to the management, communication and legal issues that drive business operations. Along with mastering fundamental business management tactics, students acquire skills that will help them find and keep a job: writing a resume, interviewing for jobs, communicating clearly, and using computers.

Graduates earn an occupational certificate and the Microsoft Specialist certification that affirms their proficiency in Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access.

Length of Program

Students complete 900 contact hours of instruction and earn 30 occupational credits. New students enter the program each fall and complete it in three terms: fall, spring and summer.

Articulation

Some of the credits earned in this occupational certificate program can be applied to an Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Accounting Technology, Business Administration, or Network Systems Technology.

Courses

Fall Term
OTA 0490
Occupational Personal Business Skills
48
OTA 0475
Occupational Legal Aspects of Business
48
OTA 0475L
Occupational Legal Aspects of Business Lab
48
OCA 0604
Occupational Desktop Publishing with PowerPoint
48
OCA 0604L
Occupational Desktop Lab Publishing with PowerPoint
48
*OCA 0301
Occupational Word Processing MS Word
48
*OCA 0301L
Occupational Word Processing MS Word Lab
48
OTA 0595
Occupational Introduction to Business
48
OCA 0455
Occupational Business Fundamentals
48
OCA 0455L
Occupational Business Fundamentals Lab
48
 
Spring Term
*OCA 0402
Occupational Spreadsheet Applications
48
*OCA 0402L
Occupational Spreadsheet Applications Lab
48
* OCA 0461
Occupational Database Applications
48
* OCA 0461L
Occupational Database Applications Lab
48
OTA 0322
Occupational Business Communications
48
OTA 0322L
Occupational Business Communications Lab
48
OTA 0402
Occupational Office Equipment and Procedures or
 
SCM 0500
Occupational Supply Chain Management
48
OTA 0402L
Occupational Office Equipment and Procedures Lab or SCM 0500L Occupational Supply Chain Management Lab
48
 
 
 
Summer Term
OTA 0949
Occupational Business Management and Analysis Internship/Externship
36

Employment Potential

Learn more about business management careers from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Contact

Cynthia Kinser
Chair, Business and Computer Technologies; Professor, Medical Secretarial
863-784-7325