Columbia College’s associate degree programs in Business, Computer, Technical & Business English, and Child Education direct our students acquire the knowledge necessary to be effective in the work place or ready for further studies in higher degrees. It normally takes 2 years or less to complete the program to earn the associate degree.
Business Administration – Associate of Applied Science
Business Administration is the process of managing a business or organization successfully. This 92-credit program covers general curricula in business management and administration, accounting, and tourism. Fundamental computer application classes are also included. Upon completion of this program, students can be employed in varied fields that incorporate wide business industry.
Computer Science – Associate of Applied Science
This 92-credit program is designed to prepare students for industry standards in networking and information technology careers and related business trades. This curriculum includes courses on a variety of operating systems, web publishing, programming, network security, and much more. Fast-paced, Online, Microsoft®-based courses are also offered to students who can be employed as computer professionals.
Teaching English for Early Childhood – Associate of Occupational Science
This program focuses on current research and issues in early childhood education especially in language related areas. In this 92-credit program, students learn overall early childhood education. The strategies and techniques of teaching English to early childhood and elementary school-aged children are also addressed. Graduates will have a variety of opportunities in the field of early childhood education settings as a teacher, specialist, and researcher.
Technical and Business English – Associate of Occupational Science
Excellent communication skill is one of the most important aspects in one’s life. This 92-credit program offers various courses that help students to improve their communication skills more effectively in business writing, oral presentation, and interpersonal skills. Graduates may pursue a variety of careers in varied organizations, trades, and professional associations.