Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)

Career Programs

  1. Accounting 
    coursework allows students to test for CPA exam in Ohio)
  2. Business Information Systems
    (learn a variety of software programs/application techniques for employment in office settings) 
  3.  Business Information Systems-Medical Office Option
     (learn a variety of software programs/application techniques for employment in medical office settings)
  4. Business Management (entry level management/first line supervision job opportunities)
  5. Computer Information Systems-Network Engineer 
    (CCNA certification courses included)
  6. Computer Information Systems-Network Manager 
    (MCSE/MCSA certification courses included)
  7. Computer Information Systems-Network Security Specialist (newest concentration effective Fall 2006 providing MCSE certification courses; design concepts to achieve a more secure network setting in Microsoft Windows)
  8. Computer Information Systems-Software Development 
    (programming emphasis)
  9. Computer Information Systems-User Support (A+ and Help Desk certification courses included)
  10. Computer Information Systems-Web Development(develop/design web sites, web pages, applications, etc.)
  11. Criminal Justice: Corrections (combines criminal justice concepts, theories, and laws with practical application techniques for employment in corrections)
  12. Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement (prepare for a career as a law enforcement officer or add to existing knowledge to increase performance on civil service exams for promotions)
  13. Culinary Arts (cook and chef's training emphasis)
  14. Cyber Investigation Technology (prepares students for careers and transfer degrees in the areas of computer network protection, and IT criminal investigation, which includes evidence procedures and computer forensics). Students must pass a background check before enrolling in CIS 208.
  15. Emergency Medical Services (advance clinical skills in out-of-hospital patient care.  Program prerequisite: EMT Basic licensure)
  16. Emergency Medical Services/Fire Science Option (designed for firefighter paramedics wishing to advance within their career.  Program prerequisite: EMT Basic licensure)
  17. Entrepreneurship (new degree concentration under Business Management effective Fall 2006 providing concentration of small business coursework)
  18. Fire Science Technology (prepare for careers in fire protection; industrial safety; inspection; arson investigation; emergency response; and fire administration)
  19. Fire Science Technology: Fire Administration (prepare for careers as firefighters; fire officers; investigators; instructors and fire administrators or continue education for degrees in business management or fire engineering) 
  20. Hotel Lodging (entry level management positions in hotels, motels, resorts, etc.)
  21. Meeting and Event Planning (corporate event planners, wedding planners/coordinators, banquet coordinators, general meeting planners, hotel meeting/event planners, country club events, etc.) 
  22. Paralegal (formerly Legal Assisting)
     • Special admission program (coordinator located in Room 5113)
  23. Personal Computer Applications in Business
    (provides broad technical background in computer software/hardware)
  24. Real Estate/Property Management (4 sales licensure classes also offered in short term format at the Dayton Area Board of Realtors/DABR)
  25. Restaurant Management (entry level management positions in restaurants, resorts, catering businesses, etc.) 
  26. Supply Chain Management (new degree concentration under Business Management effective Winter 2007 focusing on the management of various supply chain activities)
  27.  Tourism (e-travel, travel agencies, airlines, tour operators, hotels, motels, resorts, visitor/convention bureaus, cruise lines, etc.)