Welcome to the Business Technology Program

Are you looking for classes in administrative office management, accounting, small business, or entrepreneurship? When the economy is tight, students need to get fast and focused training. The skills you learn in Business Technology will provide a foundation to be successful in many different career fields.

The Business Technology Program combines accounting, administrative, business, and computer instruction to give graduates the diverse, short-term training needed to obtain administrative and mid-management jobs in business and industry. Businesses today are looking for successful employees to run and manage all aspects of their operations. The Business Technology Program can also give you the skills needed to start your own business.

Do you enjoy…

  • Working in a business setting
  • Owning and managing your own business
  • Using a variety of office software and hardware
  • Planning and organizing meetings and special events
  • Managing projects
  • Conducting research and preparing reports
  • Participating and managing team projects
  • Developing and maintaining directories and databases
  • Creating documents and presentations
  • Performing bookkeeping tasks…

…then you can have a career in…

  • Travel, sports, entertainment agencies
  • Schools and other educational settings
  • Hospital and doctors’ offices
  • Banking, insurance, law offices
  • Accounting firms
  • Government agencies
  • Private and self-owned businesses and agencies
  • Many, many more…

3 responses to “Welcome to the Business Technology Program

  1. Business Technology! A fast, focused, and fun major at Idaho State University!

    Other good news: The Administrative Management AAS has added a new class, MGT 2261 Legal Environment of Organizations, to increase the rigor of the current associate degree. This AAS has 60 credits and can be completed in 4 semesters. The Administrative Technology certificate offers courses in business communication, business math, transcription, voice recognition, accounting and QuickBooks, and advanced computer application courses including integration and presentation.

    The Accounting Technology certificate and AAS continue to offer strong training in the basics plus accounting applications, payroll procedures, principles of accounting, QuickBooks, business law, and advanced computer applications.

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  3. I remember using this site to see how the students liked this program before I enrolled.

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