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Learn and Inspire
Business and Computer Information

Learn and Inspire
Business and Computer Information

Business and Computer Information

Whether it is designing the latest technology, becoming an accountant or an entrepreneur, or pursuing retail or logistics management, the diverse disciplines of NWACC's Business and Computer Information Division prepares you with the technical skills and knowledge needed to enter the workforce.

Earn a degree or certificate, prepare to transfer, or do both. Many courses are transferable to Walton College of Business and other universities. Courses may be taken individually or as part of a planned program leading to a certificate an associate degree. Further education is encouraged to increase your job skills and obtain gainful employment in the business and computer information industry. 

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Business Programs

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Accounting Technology

Learn to record financial transactions and store, sort, retrieve, summarize and present accounting information through reports and analysis. 

Accounting

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Banking & Finance

Gain understanding of economic concepts, financial markets, consumer and commercial lending laws and practices, as well as consumer banking. 

Banking & Finance

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Business

Obtain an overview of fundamental business practices, how businesses function and operate, and the influencing factors in decision making.

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Entrepreneurship

As a current or future business owner, obtain the hands-on skills and practical resources vital to launching and running a small business. 

Entrepreneurship

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Logistics Management

Learn how to effectively manage inventory and accounts receivable and become an integral part of a supply chain organization. 

Logistics Management

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Retail Management

Gain insight into areas of the retail industry such as marketing, inventory, merchandising, e-commerce and supply chain management.

Retail Management


Computer Programs

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Computer-Aided Design

Learn how to create detailed drawings of parts, systems and buildings, as well as site plans that are used by machinists and construction workers. 

CAD

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Computer Programming

Learn about GUI, C++ and JAVA programming and build a strong foundation in writing code for programs and applications.

Programming

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Information Management

Become proficient in various office technologies and be prepared to oversee computer storage equipment, networks and software.

Information Management

Computers

Networking & Cyber Security

Develop skills in analyzing and designing computer network requirements, installing, configuring and troubleshooting hardware and software.

Networking & Cyber Security

Computers

Continued Training in Cyber Security

After you've earned an associate degree in networking, continue your education with NWACC's Level Up Cyber Security Courses and advance in your career. 

Level Up Cyber Security Courses