This curriculum is designed to prepare individuals for a career with various financial institutions and other businesses. Course work includes principles of banking, money and banking, lending fundamentals, banking and business law, and practices in the areas of marketing, management, accounting, and economics.
Students who complete Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree programs may choose to pursue employment opportunities and/or transfer some credits to selected colleges and universities for further study.
Vocational diploma programs are designed specifically for those who wish to enter a trade prior to completing an associate degree and may be completed in as little as three semesters by non-developmental students on a full-time basis.
Certificate programs train men and women for immediate employment and may be completed in as few as one or two semesters on a full-time or part-time basis.
Students should consult with their advisors to help plan a program of study to complete program course work and fulfill the minimum general education competency requirements that must be met prior to graduation from the chosen program of study.