Degree programs in the areas of accounting, business, information systems, and information technology are administered by the Division of Business, Engineering, and Technology. For additional information on these programs, please contact the Division of Business, Engineering, and Technology: 804.706.5121 (Chester Campus, Godwin Hall, G108) or 804.594.1480 (Midlothian Campus, Hamel Hall, H206).
The Accounting Program is an applied degree program that prepares students for immediate work in the field of accounting. Graduates may enter the field in such positions as bookkeepers, cost accounting clerks, and junior accountants.
**Students wishing to become a Certified Public Accountant should major in Business Administration at John Tyler and work toward satisfying the requirements of the four-year institution. With a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, students may become business managers, budget analysts, accountants, auditors, controllers or tax examiners for government agencies.
The Business Administration degree is intended for transfer to a four-year institution. Students should consult with their faculty advisor and the intended four-year institution to determine appropriate transfer elective courses. Students with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration may be prepared to work in a wide variety of business functions, including management, marketing, finance and banking.
The Business Management degree is an applied degree program that prepares students for immediate work in a variety of entry-level supervisory positions in primarily retail and office environments.
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