Business Technologies Introduction
Southeastern Tech's Business Technologies programs are designed to prepare the student for entry-level positions in business, industry, and government. Responding to the needs of the growing business community, the Business Technologies Degree, diploma and certificate programs combine academic theory with practical training using state-of-the-art equipment.
As with all Southeastern Tech programs, students interested in Business Technologies programs should consult the Admissions Office to discuss program admission requirements and entry dates.
General Education Core Competencies
The overall goal of a college education is to help students become productive citizens. The General Education core contributes to this concept by providing a variety of learning experiences which ensure that graduates are intellectually prepared for lifelong learning.
STC has identified the following general education core competencies that graduates will attain.
- The ability to utilize standard written English.
- The ability to solve practical mathematical problems.
- The ability to read, analyze, and interpret information.
An integral part of a student's education as they move through a given program of study is the ability to transfer and apply knowledge to the workplace. As a key component of degree, diploma and select technical certificates, capstone courses have been identified which include any of the following: a specific exit exam, project, portfolio, or skills check-off, etc. measuring student knowledge. When students are able to pass the exit assessment, they demonstrate they have retained knowledge throughout their program of study which will carry over to their chosen career. Students who do not pass the exit assessment will not be able to graduate and the capstone course will need to be repeated and passed along with the exit assessment.
In instances in which a student transfers from another college (having taken a course there-which is a capstone course here) into the same program at STC, they will need to complete STC's program exit assessment. This will be a requirement before credit for the course is given. In cases in which a student transfers from another college that has a capstone course for same program, the student will need to take the exit assessment for STC's designated capstone course. Students who do not pass this assessment will not be able to graduate and the capstone course will need to be repeated and passed along with the exit assessment.
For any questions regarding STC's capstone courses, please see your program advisor.
Notice and Responsibilities Regarding this Catalog
The statements set forth in this catalog are for informational purposes only and should not be construed as the basis of a contract between a student and this institution. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the material stated herein, we reserve the right to change any provision listed in the catalog, including, but not limited to, entrance requirements and admissions procedures, academic requirements for graduation, and various fees and charges without actual notice to individual students. Every effort will be made to keep students advised of such changes.