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Computer Information Systems/Business Administration Diploma Program
This program is designed to train the graduate for an entry-level career in Office Management utilizing Accounting and Computer Information Systems. The graduate may work as an Assistant Manager, Inventory Control Manager, Computer Help Desk Specialist or Computer Tech. The graduate of this program should possess more advanced bookkeeping skills, both manual and computerized, lots of end-user computer skills including Microsoft Office, use of the Internet, and computer maintenance. The graduate will also have a solid foundation in business math and English as well as beginning keyboarding skills. The graduate will also be well prepared for the job search. Call us today at (770) 381-7200 or complete the "Request More Information" form at the top right corner of the page.

Graduates will also have the opportunity to take several certifications after completing the Computer Information Systems/Business Administration program. Many Gwinnett College graduates have obtained MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) Certification in Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint while others have obtained certification as a Registered Bookkeeper or CPA Assistant. Graduates from this program can also transfer their credits directly into the Associate Degree in Business program. They will need to complete four additional courses to obtaing their Associate Degree.

Course Content
AC 101A Accounting I
AC 101B Accounting II
AC 207 Computer Accounting
BA 201 Introduction to Business
CS 102 Introduction to PCs
CS 204 Microsoft Office Word/Excel
CS 205 Microsoft Office PowerPoint/Access
CS 207 Advanced Computer Applications
CS 208 Advanced Word
CS 215 Advanced PowerPoint
CS 216 Communications and Telephony
CS 217 Advanced Excel
CS 218 Advanced Access
CS 219 PC Diagnostics and Maintenance
CS 220 Externship – 120 hours
CS 221 Fundamentals of the Internet
EN 111 College English
EN 221 Composition
LS 111 Introduction to Law & the Legal System
MT 103 Business Math
OP 221 Professional Development/Office Procedures
SP 201 Introduction to Public Speaking
TP 111 Keyboarding/Typing I
TP 112 Keyboarding/Typing II


(Two with a minimum of 6.0 credit hours)


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Call us today at (770) 381-7200 or complete the "Request More Information" form on the left side of the page to take the next step towards your new career in the Business Field.


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