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Mary.Sessom@gcccd.edu

Phone: (619) 660-4362

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Business & Professional Studies

CAREER OPTIONS

The Business and Professional Studies Department of Cuyamaca College offers programs designed to prepare you for the career options in the various arenas of business. Classes offered here are a good stepping stone to careers in:

CAREERS IN ACCOUNTING

▪ Bookkeeper
▪ Credit Card Clerk
▪ Securities Clerk
Earn a Bachelor's degree and your horizons expand:
▪ Auditor
▪ Budgeter
▪ Bank Examiner
▪ Cost Accountant
▪ Certified Accountant
▪ Controller
▪ Systems Analyst
▪ Tax Specialist/Accountant
▪ Treasurer

CAREERS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

▪ Consultant
▪ Credit Investigator
▪ Import/Export Agent
▪ Real Estate Agent/Broker
▪ Retail Manager
Bachelor's degree required:
▪ Auditor
▪ Budgeter
▪ Bank Examiner
▪ Advertising / Marketing Manager
▪ Banker
▪ Broker
▪ Computer Operations Specialist
▪ Economic Forecaster
▪ Financial Analyst
▪ Hospital Administrator
▪ Market Research Analyst
▪ Personnel Manager
▪ Securities Analyst/Trader

CAREERS IN BUSINESS- GENERAL

▪ Administrative Assistant
▪ Bookkeeper
▪ Buyer
▪ Conciliator
▪ Employment Interviewer
▪ Sales Agent
Bachelor's degree required:
▪ Budget Consultant
▪ Credit Analyst
▪ Hospital Administrator
▪ Trust Officer

ENTREPRENEUREAL CAREERS

▪ Administrative Assistant
▪ Assistant Manager
▪ Bookkeeper
▪ Small Business Owner / Manager

MANAGEMENT CAREERS

▪ Claims Adjuster
▪ Employment Interviewer
▪ Financial Planner
▪ Import / Export Agent
▪ Management Trainee
▪ Office Manager
▪ Stock Broker
Bachelor's degree normally recommended:
▪ Computer Operations Supervisor
▪ Management Consultant
Bachelor's degree Required:
▪ Bank Officer
▪ Director, Research and Development
▪ Hospital Administrator
▪ Teacher, College
For additional details, please contact the Cuyamaca College Career Center or go to O*Net.

 

Career Technical Education

This web site is supported by Carl D. Perkins VTEA IC funds through the System. Office, California Community Colleges,
Grant #08-C01-020

Revised  October 27, 2010
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