The Division of Business & Technology
Several Administrative Office Careers programs are available, each designed to prepare students to manage functions in various office environments.
The programs in Business Administration prepare students for positions in the areas of Accounting, Import / Export / Logistics, Banking, Management, or Marketing. [learn more]
This Transfer Plan is for those students interested in later pursuing a Bachelors degree in the area of Business Administration. [learn more]
The Culinary Arts programs prepare students to serve as baking & kitchen support staff, commercial bakery & food preparation workers. [learn more]
This program will prepare students to be Human Resources Assistants, Benefits Coordinators, Employment Specialists and Human Resources Technicians. [learn more]
Prepare for positions as a paralegal working under the supervision of a lawyer in a law office, government, corporate or other private sector legal setting. [learn more]
The Automotive Technology program is designed to prepare students for an entry-level employment in the high technology automotive service industry. [learn more]
The purpose of this program is to prepare the students for employment in architectural drafting, construction and manufacturing related industries. [learn more]
The construction programs will prepare students for supervision, management & project assistant careers related to various aspects of residential, commercial, and institutional construction projects. [learn more]
The Diesel Technology student will acquire knowledge & skills necessary for the repair of diesel engines, electrical and electronic control systems, hydraulic systems, air brakes, suspension, steering & transmissions. [learn more]
This program prepares students to install & maintain electrical systems for climate control, security, communications, etc. Also to install & maintain electrical systems for business & industry machines. [learn more]
Several certificate and associate degree specializations are available for learning skills needed in the computer, electronics and data industries.
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration technicians are trained in the maintenance and installation of heating, cooling and refrigeration equipment including domestic, residential, commercial and industrial systems. [learn more]
Several associate degrees and certificates are available to gain valuable computer-related skills, including computer appplications, networking, information security and multimedia.
The Precision Manufacturing Technology program provides an environment to develop technical skills that are highly marketable to the area's industries. Most of the courses are set up to stimulate actual working environments.
The Welding Technology Program will prepare students for entry level positions and be eligible for a qualification test in accordance with American Welding Society (AWS) standards, as used in industry. [learn more]
This program prepares students for the firefighting occupation, including the functions of all fire equipment, fire apparatus, as well as both the theory and practical application of firefighting technology. [learn more]
The Law Enforcement degree and the Peace Officer certificate program both help students jump start their careers with federal, state, and local governmental entities. [learn more]
Dean, Division of Business & Technology
Office: TC East-102
Phone: (956) 872-2760
Fax: (956) 872-8329
3700 W. Military Hwy.
McAllen, TX 78501