Technical and Business English

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Mission

Technical and Business English program is dedicated to offering effective communicative knowledge and skills that prepare students as business administrative professionals with integration of writing, oral presentation and interpersonal skills.

Overview

Technical and Business English offers a variety of business and professional English courses to help students reach their future career goals. Students will learn business professional communication skills and writing, banking, financing, real estate, and legal terminology. Various aspects of business English will be covered, including, but not limited to measurements, social language, participation in meetings, and presentations. Students will also learn how to analyze and produce typical office documents, such as letters, memoranda, presentations, proposals, and reports.

Business Administration Prospects

•  Employment of administrative services managers is estimated to grow 10 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. Administrative tasks, such as facility management and records and information management, will remain essential in a wide range of industries. This occupation belongs to industries with the highest published employment and wages.

•  Employment of financial clerks is estimated to grow 9 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. The employment of billing and posting clerks, loan interviewers and clerks, and insurance claims and policy processing clerks is expect- ed to grow, as they perform tasks that are less susceptible to automation by technology.

Program Facts

Program Length: 70 weeks (Maximum Time Frame: 105 weeks)
Total Credits: 92 credits (Major – 64 credits & General Education – 28 credits)

Course List

Number Course Credits
Core Requirements
TBE101 Basic Occupational Communication 4
TBE103 Computer Technology and Applications 4
TBE107 Critical Reading and Study Skills 4
TBE108 Legal Terminology 4
TBE109 Conference Papers and Presentations 4
TBE110 Document Designs 4
TBE113 Foundations and Technical Communications 4
TBE114 Descriptive Grammar 4
TBE115 Banking 4
TBE117 Communications and Documentation 4
TBE149 Business Enterprises and Corporation 4
TBE154 Business Writing 4
TBE156 Web Based Literature 4
TBE201 Professional Letter and Proposals 4
TBE204 Practical Reading and Writing 4
TBE208 Technical Reports 4
TBE210 Advanced Composition 4
TBE211 Real Estate Specialization 4
TBE214 Fundamentals of Editing 4
TBE215 Principles of Public Speaking 4
TBE250 Small Group Communication I 4
TBE251 Small Group Communication II 4
TBE270 Career Development I 4
TBE271 Career Development II 4
Total Required Core credits→ 64

General Education Requirements

Number Course Credits
BPS102 Business and Professional Speech 4
ENG101 English Composition 4
HIST203 U.S. History 4
SPN101 Introduction to Spanish I 4
SPN101 Introduction to Spanish II 4
BIO102 Introduction to Biology 4
CPS101 Introduction to Computer Science 4
MAT101 Algebra 4
MAT201 Pre-Calculus 4
CRT101 Critical Thinking 4
PSY101 Introduction to Psychology 4
SOC101 Introduction to Sociology 4
SOC201 Society and Human Behavior 4
(Select from at least one of each section) Required 7 courses

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