Kickstart your career in the legal field. Enroll in one of the most popular programs, for which our students are hired even before graduation. Specialize in preparing substantive legal work and get ready to enter the legal arena!
Join the healthcare community; become a Registered Nurse or a Medical Assistant Specialist. Provide both direct and non-direct patient care services. Become a healthcare specialist, a career to feel good about!
Meet the high need for court reporters in the market! Court reporters learn how to quickly transcribe the English language with the help of a stenotype machine and software. This skill is useful to record trials, broadcast captioning for television, and even caption movies!
Jump-start your career in the legal field! Paralegals assist lawyers in practicing law more efficiently and productively by providing/assisting in client interviewing, case preparation, case scheduling, legal research, and much more. Paralegals are a KEY component for the success of lawyers!
Medical Assistant Specialists can provide both direct and non-direct patient care services for the healthcare industry and its professionals to make the organization operate more efficiently, productively and professionally. There is a two-track specialization approach between the clinical and administrative streams.
B.S. in Management is designed to develop students' competency to work within a corporate, non-profit, government or small business work environment, providing you with the skills needed to control, manage, and solve real-world business problems both domestically and internationally.
B.S. in Administration introduces students to business and management principles used in today's business enterprises. Take courses in leadership, accounting, finance, microeconomics, marketing, business communications, business law, and management. Be prepared to tackle today's business arena!
B.S. in Accounting helps prepare students for accounting and leadership roles in the business world. Learn how to support accounting activities, maintain accounting records, prepare taxes, audit financial accounts, and manage people and offices.