Student Learning Outcomes

Accounting
Student Learning Outcomes (NVC Catalog 2010-2012, p. 85)
Upon completion of the Bookkeeping certificate or the AS Degree Major in Business with a concentration in Accounting,it is intended that students will be able to:
1. Apply current computer applications
2. Interact professionally through oral and writtencommunication
3. Analyze and solve problems using a variety of methods
4. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior
5. Apply knowledge of accounting principles
6. Apply knowledge of management techniques and business theory
7. Develop a career plan

Business Administration
Student Learning Outcomes (NVC Catalog 2010-2012, p. 85-86)
Upon completion of the AS Degree Major in Business with a concentration in Business Administration it is intended that students will be able to:
1. Apply current computer applications.
2. Interact professionally through oral and written communication.
3. Analyze and solve problems using a variety of methods.
4. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior
5. Apply knowledge of management techniques and business theory
6. Develop a career plan

Office Administration Program

The Office Administration Program provides students with a comprehensive education in order to prepare them for the workforce as an office administrator or office assistant. In so doing, the following are expected learning outcomes upon completion of the program:

1.  Apply current computer software application using correct techniques for daily office use.
2.  Interact professionally and effectively through oral and written communication.
3.  Apply and integrate comprehensive office skills accurately.
4.  Demonstrate professional behavior as dictated by corporate culture.
5.  Analyze and solve problems using a variety of methods.

Computer Studies
Student Learning Outcomes (NVC Catalog 2010-2012, p. 86)
Upon completion of the AS Degree Major in Business with a concentration in Computer Studies or any of the three certificates listed below under Options, it is intended that students will:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of basic computer concepts and ability to utilize a computer, equipment and software.
2. Acquire and apply personal strengths and skills necessary to succeed in the work place.
3. Acquire technical skills to setup, maintain, and trouble shoot a network.
4. Acquire skills to access internet/on-line resources for research and problem solving.
5. Acquire skills to select, install, upgrade, and maintain computer hardware and peripherals.
6. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of software applications to solve business problems.