Let’s get down to business.
If you have what it takes to lead a team of qualified personnel, this career is for you.
Under new management.
There is clearly a need for skilled, qualified personnel who can manage a productive office, oversee human resources, and direct processes, materials and projects to meet the goals of an organization. In Texas alone, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that there will be 9,780 job openings annually for the next seven years in just the three career options listed below. That’s more than 68,000 positions that will need to be filled with skilled, qualified personnel through 2024.
In TSTC's Business Management Technology, you can choose your path: Office Management or Operation Management. These programs recognize the importance of having basic business core principles at the heart of their curriculum. Both degrees integrate a foundational set of business courses, including business principles, financial and managerial accounting, business law and business and professional communications. Should you choose to continue your education, graduates can transfer a block of 21 course credits in the field of business to any Texas public college or university.