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Business & Industry Pathway

  1. Accounting

    Build a strong foundation in accounting and business. Learn how to analyze accounting information, prepare financial reports, and record financial activities of an organization.

  2. Architectural Technology

    Combine art and science to design buildings and structures where people live, work and play. Enter the workforce as a paraprofessional or transfer to a university to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
  3. Associate of Arts (A.A.) for Business & Industry

    Explore different subjects while completing 1st- and 2nd-year courses that will generally transfer to a 4-year college or university.
  4. Automotive

    Automotive Service Technology

    Prepare to enter the workforce as an entry-level service technician in a dealership or maintenance center. Learn about engines & tools and how they work.

  5. Automotive

    Collision Repair

    Prepare to be an entry-level automobile collision repair technician in a dealership or body shop. Learn how to inspect, repair, and refinish damaged cars and light trucks.

  6. Automotive

    Toyota Technician Education Network (T-TEN)

    Prepare for an entry-level job as an automotive technician in Toyota/Lexus dealership service organizations.
  7. Aviation

    Aviation Maintenance Technology

    Study with outstanding faculty in state-of-the-art facilities to learn how to maintain and repair aircraft.

  8. Aviation

    Professional Pilot

    Study with outstanding faculty in state-of-the-art facilities to learn how to fly airplanes, helicopters, and other aircraft.

  9. Business

    Build a strong foundation in business practices and principles that you can use in a wide range of settings. Learn how American business works and how the economy operates.
  10. Construction Management Technology

    Build a career in construction. Learn to identify materials and their uses, calculate estimates, schedule and manage projects, solve problems, maintain safety, and practice sustainability.
  11. Culinary Arts

    Prepare to work in commercial food preparation for hotels, restaurants, and clubs. Gain hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art food service and dining facilities. Learn technical cooking and business management skills.
  12. Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

    Prepare to start your own entrepreneurial venture or to become a small business manager. Learn the management, leadership, and communication skills you need to run and grow a business.
  13. Fashion Merchandising

    Prepare for a competitive fashion career an exciting global industry that offers many business levels and employment opportunities. Learn about design principles, manufacturing, wholesale buying, and retail operations.
  14. Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVAC/R)

    Prepare to meet the ongoing need for residential and commercial HVAC/R technicians who can install, service and repair HVAC/R units.
  15. Horticulture

    Study topics in landscape horticulture: greenhouse operations; landscape design, installation, and maintenance; garden center operations; soil fertility and fertilizers; and pest control.
  16. Hospitality Management

    Prepare to work as an entry-level supervisor in food service, hotel operations, convention and event management, travel and tourism, or entertainment venues.
  17. Human Resources Management

    Prepare for a career in human resources (HR) management in our online program. Study topics such as mediation, HR information systems, strategic management, and employment practices.
  18. Industrial Technician

    Interested in working with machines? Prepare to maintain and repair factory equipment and other industrial machinery.
  19. Logistics & Supply Chain Management

    Arrange to get products from suppliers to consumers. Gain the hands-on training and knowledge you need to meet the high demand for professionals trained in logistics and supply chain management.
  20. Management

    Become a successful manager who sets organizational goals and motivates employees to accomplish these goals efficiently and economically. Learn leadership, communication, and human resource skills.
  21. Marketing

    Become a marketing professional who knows how to increase brand awareness, develop effective advertising, and sell products or services that meet consumer needs.
  22. Nondestructive Inspection, Testing & Evaluation

    Prepare to work as a nondestructive inspector who verifies the serviceability of a component or system to make sure it will function as designed.
  23. Occupational Safety & Environmental Technology

    Focus on building and maintaining safe and healthy working environments that comply with local, state, and federal regulations. Learn about organizations that set health and safety standards.
  24. Office Technology

    Get ready to meet the needs of a dynamic business environment. Learn to use the most popular business software applications, operating systems, and computer peripherals as well as the fundamental concepts of business.
  25. Pipefitter

    Learn the skills you need to become a pipefitter who installs, maintains, and repairs mechanical and plumbing pipe systems.
  26. Real Estate

    Complete your 5 required pre-license education courses for a sales agent license. The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) has approved our program to satisfy educational requirements.
  27. Welding Technology

    Learn the skills you need for the technical tasks of welding. Prepare for entry-level production welding jobs.

Updated July 29, 2021