The Business and Technology Division at Volunteer State Community College offers an exciting and challenging array of courses, services, and related curricula that provide students with opportunities for enrichment and learning. The A.A.S. in Business is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
- Accounting - A.S. (TTP)
- Administrative Professional Technology Technical Certificate
- Business - Accounting Concentration - A.A.S.
- Business - Administrative Professional Technology Concentration - A.A.S.
- Business - Logistics and Supply Chain Management Concentration - A.A.S.
- Business - Management Concentration - A.A.S.
- Business - Marketing Concentration - A.A.S.
- Business - Medical Practice Management Concentration - A.A.S.
- Business Administration - A.S. (TTP)
- Computer Information Technology - Cyber Defense - A.A.S.
- Computer Information Technology - Networking - A.A.S.
- Computer Information Technology - Programming - A.A.S.
- Computer Information Technology - System Analyst - A.A.S.
- Computer Information Technology - Systems Administration and Management - A.A.S.
- Computer Science - A.S. (TTP)
- Finance - A.S. (TTP)
- Information Systems - A.S. (TTP)
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management Technical Certificate
- Management - A.S. (TTP)
- Marketing -A.S. (TTP)
- Web Applications - Developer Level II Technical Certificate
- Web Designer - Level I Technical Certificate
The Paralegal Studies Program has moved to the Social Science Division.
Contacts for Paralegal Information:
Amy Smith, Paralegal Studies Program Coordinator,
Ramer Building, room 127
The University Parallel Associate of Science degree programs are designed for students who desire to earn a baccalaureate degree at a four-year college or university. Students may complete the first two years of course work at Vol State and then transfer the credits to a four-year college or university. The Business and Technology Division offers university parallel programs in the areas of Business Administration, Accounting, and Information Systems.
Career-vocational credit courses lead to industry-recognized certifications, technical certificates and Associate in Applied Science degrees. Supporting activities assist preparation for individuals seeking career entry, career-sustaining, career specialist, and career growth opportunities.
We provide advising for current and prospective students, and assist with scheduling. The Business and Technology Division also provides information on career-path considerations and help with cooperative work experience and job placement.
Business and Technology Division Staff
|Patricia Anderson||Patricia.Anderson@volstate.edu||Dean of Business and Technology||X 3300|
|Jimmy Hargrove||Jimmy.Hargrove@volstate.edu||Secretary III||230-3303|
|Mary Eidson||Mary.Eidson@volstate.edu||Secretary II||230-3301|