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New Student Orientation

2010
-
2011 Academic Year

TOPIC

Page Numbers

Business

and Public Services Division

3
-
4

Welcome to Business Technology


5
-
6

Management Program


Faculty and Advisors


Degree Programs


Certificate Program
s

7
-
14

Accounting Program


Faculty and Advisors


Degree Program


Certificate Programs

15
-
21

Administrative

Office Technology


Faculty and Advisors


Degree Program


Certificates and Diploma Programs

21
-
28

Internship

Programs

29

Additional Things You Need

To Know


eTC Portal


Blackboard


Student Responsibilities

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-
33

2


Dean
-

Jackie Blakley



Administrative Assistants


Melinda Zeigler


Melissa Dover



Academic Resource Specialist


Ed
Heberling

3


Comprised of Management, Administrative
Office Technology and
Accounting Programs


Meg Allan: Department Head

Business
Technology


Suzanne Konieczny: Department Head

Computer and
Information
Technology


Comprised of Criminal Justice, Early Childhood
Development, and Radio and Television
Broadcasting, Dr. Harriett Dudley

Public Services

4



Welcome to the Business Technology Department. We are committed to working
with you to ensure that your college experience provides you with the skills you need to
be successful. Our faculty and staff are focused on teaching and learning. If you do
your part by participating in class, completing your assignments, taking advantage of
college programs and services, and tackling the challenges associated with building
your knowledge and skills; you will have the depth and breadth you need to advance in
your chosen field.




Business Technology offers many options to complete your certificate and degree
programs. We have evening and day time classes at two convenient locations,
Pendleton Campus and Anderson Campus. Additionally, you can complement
classroom instruction with online classes, or in many cases, complete your entire
program online.





I am so glad you are here and I wish you well with your studies. Keep in touch.








Meg Allan, Department Head

5

Management

MGT

Tracy
Ethridge

Program
Coordinator

Accounting

ACC

Angel Luper

Program
Coordinator

Administrative
Office Technology

AOT

Beverly

Vickery

Program
Coordinator

6

7

Online

Days

Evenings

Hybrid



Name

Office Location

Phone

Email

Meg Allan,
Department

Head


PK 115A

646
-
1887

mallan@tctc.edu

Tracy Ethridge,
Program
Coordinator

PK 116

646
-
1308

tethridg@tctc.edu

John

Price


PK 115B

646
-
1306

jprice8@tctc.edu

Shallin Suber


PK 102B

646
-
1491

ssuber@tctc.edu

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Experienced Teachers
Dedicated to Your Learning



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Serita Acker


Margaret Bish


Bernard
Forston


Rodney Garza


Debra Jones


Bruce Kalley


Brian Lyles


Bob Massie


Michael Obloy


Jim Rosemond


Brian Swords, PhD


C. Justice Tillman, PhD


Yvonne Vinson


Erin C. Watkins


Vanessa Weston



Major in Management (MGT)
or Management with a
Banking and Finance (BAF)
Emphasis

Content

Credit Hours
MGT

Credit Hours

BAF

General
Education

18

15

Program
Courses

39

42

Elective

Program
Courses

6

6

General
Electives

3

3

DEGREE

66

66

10

1.
Business
Foundations

2.
Human Resource
Specialist

3.
Marketing

4.
Web Based Business
Management

5.
Entrepreneurship/



Small Business




Complement your degree
program with a specialty, or
earn a stand alone certificate
to add skills to your tool box
.

11


Business Foundations

24 Credit Hours


Human Resource Specialist

21 Credit Hours

Web
-
Based Business
Management 21 Credit Hours

Marketing

18 Credit Hours

Entrepreneur


Small Business
27 Credit Hours

12

ACC

101

Accounting Principles I or
Office Accounting (AOT 137)

3

BUS

101

Introduction to Business

3

BUS

121

Business Law I

3

BUS

210

Introduction to E
-
Commerce in
Business

3

BUS

220

Business Ethics

3

CPT

170

Microcomputer Applications

3

MGT

101

Principles of Management

3

MGT

150

Fundamentals of Supervision

3

CERTIFICATE: BUSINESS FOUNDATIONS

24

BUS

128

Employment Law

3

BUS

135

Wage and Salary
Administration

3

BUS

136

Compensation and Benefit
Analysis

3

BUS

220

Business Ethics

3

MGT

101

Principles of Management

3

MGT

201

Human Resource Management

3

MGT

210

Employee Selection and
Retention

3

CERTIFICATE: HUMAN RESOURCE
SPECIALIST

21


Business Foundations

24 Credit Hour
s


Human Resource
Specialist 21 Credit
Hours

Web
-
Based Business
Management


21 Credit Hours

Marketing

18 Credit Hours

Entrepreneur/Small
Business 27 Credit Hours

13

BUS

101

Introduction to Business

3

BUS

210

Introduction to E
-
Commerce in
Business

3

CPT

170

Microcomputer Applications

3

IST

225

Internet Communications

3

MKT

140

E
-
Marketing

3

MKT

141

Electronic Commerce
Strategies

3

MKT

150

Marketing Applications for
Computers

3

CERTIFICATE: WEB
-
BASED BUSINESS
MANAGEMENT

21

BUS

101

Introduction to Business

3

MKT

101

Marketing

3

MKT

110

Retailing

3

MKT

130

Customer Service Principles

3

MKT

140

E
-
Marketing

3

MKT

240

Advertising

3

CERTIFICATE: MARKETING

18


Business Foundations

24 Credit Hour
s


Human Resource
Specialist 21 Credit
Hours

Web
-
Based Business
Management


21 Credit Hours

Marketing

18 Credit Hours

Entrepreneur/Small
Business 27 Credit
Hours

14

ACC

101

Accounting Principles I or
Accounting
Concepts (ACC 111)

3

ACC

246

Integrated Accounting Software

3

BUS

110

Entrepreneurship

3

BUS

121

Business Law I

3

CPT

170

Microcomputer Applications

3

MGT

101

Principles of Management

3

MGT

121

Small Business Operations

3

MGT

150

Fundamentals of Supervision

3

MKT

101

Marketing

3

CERTIFICATE:
ENTREPRENEURSHIP / SMALL BUSINESS
MANAGEMENT


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15

Online

Days

Evenings

Hybrid



Name

Office Location

Phone

Email

Angel

Luper

Program
Coordinator


PK 112

646
-
1304

aluper@tctc.edu


Brenda Mattison



PK 114

646
-
4331

bmattiso@tctc.edu


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17

Experienced Teachers

Dedicated to High Standards


Tracy Carr


Michael Obloy


Julie Ogletree


Content

Credit Hours

General
Education

15

Program
Courses

42

Elective
Program
Courses

6

DEGREE

63

18


Major: Accounting


Financial Accounting

18 Credit Hours


Managerial Accounting

18 Credit Hours

Payroll Accounting

21 Credit Hours

Tax Accounting

18 Credit Hours

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Designed for the employed person
wishing to learn basic financial
accounting and computer skills or for
accounting and management students
wanting additional credentials
.

Designed for the employed person
wishing to learn basic managerial
accounting skills and management
students wanting additional credentials.

Designed for the employed person
wishing to learn basic payroll accounting
skills or for accounting and management
students wanting additional credentials.

Designed for the employed person
wishing to learn basic tax accounting
skills or for accounting and management
students wanting additional credentials.

Financial Accounting

ACC 101

Accounting
Principles I

3

ACC 245

Accounting
Applications

3

ACC 246

Integrated
Accounting
Software

3

BUS 101

Introduction to
Business

3

BUS 220

Business Ethics

3

CPT 170

Microcomputer

Applications

3

CERTIFICATE


18

20

Managerial

Accounting

ACC 101

Accounting Principles
I

3

ACC 102

Accounting Principles
II

3

ACC 230

Cost Accounting I

3

CPT 170

Microcomputer

Applications

3

MGT 101

Principles of
Management

3

MGT 110

Office Management


3

CERTIFICATE


18

Payroll Accounting

ACC 101

Accounting
Principles I

3

ACC 150

Payroll Accounting

3

ACC 245

Accounting
Applications

3

ACC 246

Integrated
Accounting
Software

3

BUS 128

Employment Law

3

CPT 170

Microcomputer
Applications

3

MGT 110

Office Management

3

CERTIFICATE


21

21

Tax Accounting

ACC 101

Accounting Principles
I

3

ACC 124

Individual Tax
Procedure

3

ACC 150

Payroll Accounting

3

ACC 224

Business Taxation

3

AOT 133

Professional
Development

3

CPT 170

Microcomputer
Applications


3

CERTIFICATE


18

22

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Name

Office Location

Phone

Email

Beverly Vickery

Program
Coordinator


PK 105

646
-
1310

bvickery@tctc.edu

Beth Marsh


PK 110

646
-
1311

emarsh1@tctc.edu


Joyce Lockwood


Sue McLean


Gracie McLaughlin


Connie McLellan


Judy Read

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Dedicated to Your Success

25

Content

Credit Hours

General
Education

15

Program
Courses

39

Elective
Program
Courses

6

General
Electives

6

DEGREE

66

Major: Administrative Office
Technology


Diploma Administrative
Support



Certificates


Data Entry


Office Support Specialist


Medical Office Specialist


26


Admn. Support

45 Credit Hours


Office Support
Specialist 33 Credit
Hours

Medical Office
Specialist 24 Credit
Hours

Data Entry Clerk

18 Credit Hours

27

ENG

155

Communications
I

3

AOT

105

Keyboarding

3

AOT

110

Document Formatting

3

AOT

133

Professional Development

3

AOT

137

Office Accounting

3

AOT

141

Office Procedures I

3

AOT

165

Information Processing
Software

3

AOT

167

Information Processing
Applications

3

AOT

263

Office Database Applications

3

AOT

265

Office Desktop Publishing

3

AOT

267

Integrated Information
Processing

3

CERTIFICATE: OFFICE SUPPORT

33

ENG

155

Communications I

3

ENG

156

Communications II

3

MAT

155

Contemporary Math

3

AOT

105

Keyboarding

3

AOT

110

Document Formatting

3

AOT

121

Transcription

3

AOT

133

Professional Development

3

AOT

137

Office Accounting

3

AOT

141

Office Procedures I

3

AOT

165

Information Processing
Software

3

AOT

167

Information Processing
Applications

3

AOT

265

Office Desktop Publishing

3

AOT

267

Integrated Information
Processing

3

AOT

Program Electives

6

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT DIPLOMA

45


Admn. Support

45 Credit Hours


Office Support
Specialist 33 Credit
Hours

Medical Office
Specialist 24 Credit
Hours

Data Entry Clerk

18 Credit Hours

28

AHS

104

Medical Vocabulary/Anatomy and
Physiology

3

AOT

122

Medical Machine Transcription I

3

AOT

133

Professional Development

3

AOT

137

Office Accounting

3

AOT

165

Information Processing Software

3

AOT

167

Information Processing
Applications

3

AOT

212

Medical Document Production

3

AOT`

222

Advanced Medical Transcription

3

CERTIFICATE:
MEDICAL

OFFICE SPECIALIST

24

AOT

105

Keyboarding

3

AOT

110

Document Formatting

3

AOT

133

Professional Development

3

AOT

165

Information Processing Software

3

AOT

167

Information Processing
Applications

3

AOT

263

Advanced

Database Applications

3

CERTIFICATE: DATA ENTRY CLERK

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AOT 255 Senior
Practicum


This course includes
practical experience in an
approved office setting in
addition to on campus
class meetings.


For administrative office
technology majors.



BUS 275
-
Internship


This course includes
practical experience in an
approved business setting
in addition to class
meetings.


For accounting and
management majors



Must Obtain Program
Coordinator or Department
Head Approval





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Integrating the classroom with real world
business experience is just the practice you will
need to succeed.

Build your future….

30

You must
get

familiar with eTC
and Blackboard and use the
tools.
To access eTC
:

From an outside
computer, access
www.tctc.edu

Click ETC
Logo

To find your
eTC Username
, follow the
instructions on the
TCTC Student Directory
Search
.
Your password
is your

date of
birth

entered in

mmddyy format
(no
hyphens or slashes). Everything must be
entered in
lowercas
e
.


You will use eTC for:


Email


Registration, adds and drops, withdrawals.


To access blackboard.


Student information announcements.

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Click the learn tab: you will have access to blackboard, the academic
web, and have the ability to verify your schedule, and locate learning
support activities.

Your teachers may use blackboard to assign homework, store files for
your use, administer tests, make announcements and much more….


READ the attendance policy and
know that the teacher may withdraw
you if you do not attend.



It is YOUR responsibility to withdraw
from a class. If you do not withdraw
within announced timelines, you
could earn an F which will affect
your GPA.


You MUST meet with an advisor
before you can register for classes.
Your advisor’s name is listed on
your records


call or e
-
mail for an
appointment.


KEEP your eyes posted for
announcements regarding early
registration. You may sign up for an
appointment with your advisor.

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Who? What? When?
Where? How?

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Check the student

announcement
section of eTC for reminders related
to important dates, such as:


Add/drop periods


Class registration


Graduation application
deadlines


Class start and end dates


Withdrawal with “W”



Semester Calendars are also
available online.



There are resources available and
helpful student services listed on
eTC. Take advantage of them to
enhance your experience at Tri
-
County.





Graduation
Application
DUE !!

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