Business Management & Administration

Accounting

Students are prepared for entry-level work in investment planning, auditing, accounts payable and accounts receivable. Accounting graduates have a wide variety of job opportunities available to them in industry, in governmental agencies, or in the public accounting sector. Beginning accountants usually start as ledger accountants, internal auditors, or as trainees for technical accounting positions.

Programs Offered

★= Total certificate or degree offered
☆= Partial certificate or degree offered

Campuses: CF= LSC-CyFair, K= LSC-Kingwood, M= LSC-Montgomery, NH= LSC-North Harris, T= LSC-Tomball, OL= LSC-Online

Credit CF K M NH T UP OL
Accounting AAS Degree
Accounting Certificate
Accounting Advanced Technical Certificate - CPA Exam Prep
Taxation Certificate Marketable Skills Award
Non-Credit Fast Track CF K M NH T UP OL
Accounting Assistant    
Payroll Professional          

Administrative Services

Administrative support certificates provide students with technical skills in just two or three semesters. Skills include time management, human/customer relations, telephone techniques, administrative management, information management, oral and written communications, word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation, document layout, and Internet research.

A wide variety of job opportunities are available to program graduates in many types of offices. Jobs include office assistant, bilingual office receptionist, administrative assistant, bookkeeper, medical office receptionist, medical secretary, medical administrative assistant, legal office receptionist, legal office assistant, and legal office administrative assistant.

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Programs Offered

Credit CF K M NH T UP OL
Administrative Services AAS:
Administrative Specialty
 
Administrative Services AAS:
Bookkeeping Specialty
 
Administrative Services AAS:
Medical Specialty
 
Administrative Services AAS:
Global Office Support Specialty
 
Administrative Services AAS:
Office Communications Specialty
 
Administrative Support Certificate:
Administrative Specialty
 
Administrative Support Certificate:
Bookkeeping Specialty
 
Administrative Support Certificate:
Medical Specialty
 
Administrative Support Certificate:
Global Office Support Specialty
 
Administrative Support Certificate:
Office Communications Specialty
 
Business Operations Support Certificate I  

Business Administration

The business administration program offers specializations in general business, human resources, international business, marketing, small business management, and entrepreneurship.

A wide variety of job opportunities are available to graduates of the program, including middle management positions, first line supervisors, company owners, and other positions requiring leadership, decision-making, and critical thinking skills.

Programs Offered

Credit CF K M NH T UP OL
Business Administration AAS:
Business Management Specialization
Business Administration AAS:
Human Resource Specialization
Business Administration AAS:
Marketing Specialization
Business Administration Certificate II - Business Management Specialization
Business Administration Certificate II - Human Resources Specialization
Business Administration Certificate II- Marketing Specialization
Business Operations Certificate
Non-Credit Fast Track CF K M NH T UP OL
Project Management            
Supervisor I            
Supervisor II            

Human Resources

A human resources department is a critical component of employee well-being in any business, no matter how small. HR responsibilities include payroll, benefits, hiring, firing, and keeping up to date with state and federal tax laws.

Programs Offered

Credit CF K M NH T UP OL
Business Administration AAS:
Human Resource Specialization
Business Administration Certificate II - Human Resources Specialization
Business Operations Certificate

Logistics Management

Logistics management is a business management program that prepares graduates for employment in the areas of supply chain management, inventory control, materials management, and distribution.

The field of logistics management includes occupations such as supervisors and/or managers of transportation, storage, and/or distribution; helpers, laborers, and/or hand material movers; transportation/machine and vehicle material movers; and freight forwarding. By focusing on efficiency, logistics managers reduce costs in many areas and add value to the bottom line.

Programs Offered

Credit CF K M NH T UP OL
Logistics Management AAS Degree          
Basic Logistics Certificate          
First Line Logistics Leader Certificate          
Non-Credit Fast Track CF K M NH T UP OL
Certified Logistics Associate            
Certified Logistics Technician            
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