Accounting for Forensic Accounting Dual/Joint with John Jay (AS)
Leading to the B.S. in Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)
Business Administration (AS)
If you’re looking to become a future business professional, this program will give you a broad overview of the business field and the academic foundation for career success.
Do you like working with numbers? Accounting involves recording, classifying, analyzing and summarizing financial data.
Computer Information Systems
Learn the principles of information systems, systems analysis, and computer programming, accompanied by “hands-on” projects and applications.
Gain the education and skills to enter diverse professional areas such as: sales, advertising, product management, market research, small business management, real estate or insurance.
By completing the Associate Degree program, students will increase their general medical knowledge and administrative skills and will gain proficiency in additional clinical procedures that a typical medical office would employ.
Office Administration and Technology
Prepares students for entry-level positions and career advancement in office administration, office supervision, and office management. Office software skills, communication skills, and writing skills are an integral part of OAT coursework.