WELCOME TO THE BUSINESS AND PUBLIC SERVICES DIVISION!
We are excited that you have chosen the Business and Public Services Division. We offer courses to meet specific certification requirements in a variety of fields as well as degree programs to build marketable job skills and those that provide completion of core Business and general education requirements for the first two years of a four- year Bachelor’s program. Take a look at our Transfer Opportunities page designed to give you information on ways to meet your immediate and long range transfer goals after completion of your Business and Public Services degree(s). You can even begin your career by starting a certificate program. They range from 10 to 54 credit hours and are in a variety of areas.
If you need assistance in charting your educational direction in Business and Public Services, visit the Career Services web page. We also encourage you to go to our Departments web page for in depth program information. If you have questions about a specific Business and Public Services degree, certificate, or course offering, the Department Chairpersons can assist you and discuss the many career opportunities associated with their programs.
If you wish to learn more about your next steps, we have prepared a New Student Checklist for you. Feel free to print a copy and refer to it often.
We are glad that you’ve decided to begin your studies in the Business and Public Services Division, and we look forward to assisting you in meeting your educational and career goals. We also welcome your feedback about our website, so please let us know.
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Did You Know?
Sinclair faculty are consistently awarded for their teaching excellence.
HMT students prepare fine dining food at the Tartan Terrace Restaurant.
Out of 1,200 community colleges in the nation, Sinclair is one of 20 board member colleges of the League for Innovation in the Community College.
Sinclair's student/faculty ratio of 19 to 1, among the lowest at Ohio's colleges, allows students to receive more individual attention.