This certificate is offered only at the Quad-Cities Campus.
Good customer relations are vital to the financial service industry, therefore students interested in the program should be highly service-oriented and interested in working with people.
This program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in financial institutions and provides a foundation toward the completion of the Business AAS degree.
Graduates of the program are qualified for positions as a personal banking/account assistants, tellers and management trainees. These positions can be found in departments such as installment loans, data processing, personnel, credit services, commercial loans, branch offices, and auditing departments in banks, thrifts or credit unions.
Course (Credit Hours):
ACCT 170 Accounting Basics – Career I (3)
ACCT 171 Accounting Basics I – Lab (1)
BUSN 110 Introduction to Business (3)
BUSN 116 Business Relations (3)
BUSN 160 Business Math I (3)
CS 100 Introduction to Computers or
BE 146 Microsoft Excel (3)
ACCT 180 Accounting Basics – Career II (3)
ACCT 181 Accounting Basics II – Lab (1)
BUSN 238 Sales Principles (3)
BE 180 Business Communications (3)
BUSN 195 Personal Finance (3)
BUSN 210 Financial Institutions and Markets or
BUSN 215 Personal Investing (3)
Minimum total hours required for degree: 32