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Today’s businesses value professionals who have a strong grasp on technology. If you want to gain the technical skills employers need, consider specializing in business technology and software.
In this program, you’ll learn about the broad field of business, with a special focus on common business technologies and software applications. You’ll study website design, online and digital media, survey design and electronic bookkeeping. The program also builds skills in Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint.
With this degree, you could pursue a career as a software support specialist; business or administrative assistant; sales associates for hardware, software and digital devices; or information specialist.