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1100 Ninth Avenue NW

Bessemer, AL  35022


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Birmingham, AL  35221



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Business and Information Technologies

Accredited By:  Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)

Updated Program Information - Click Here


Dr. Alice Tyler Milton - 205.929.6306

Division Associate Dean / Web, BlackBoard / Tegrity Administrator


Mrs. Yolande Gardner - 205.929.3446

Department Chairperson



Associate in Arts


Associate in Applied Science Degrees


Business Administration Accounting Technology Accounting
Business Education Business Administration & Mgnt. Computer Science

Industry Certifications

Computer Science - Business Office Administration - G
Microsoft Computer Science - Math Office Administration - L
 - MCSA Office Administration - General Office Administration - M
 - MCSD Office Administration - Legal

Short Certificates

 - MCSE Office Administration - Medical Accounting
 - Specialist Small Business Center Banking and Finance
CISCO Microsoft Office Applications Computer Science
 - CCNA How to Start A Business Management & Supervision
 - CCNP Introduction to Web Page Design Office Administration - G
CompTIA Real Estate - Pre License Office Administration - L
 - A+ Real Estate - Post License Office Administration - M
 - I-NET+ BlackBoard Administration Real Estate
 - Network + Students - Login Partnerships/Memberships
IC3 Faculty - Login ACBSP
Novell E-mail Trouble Shooting AITP
 - CNA Ed-Mastery Surveys Alabama Real Estate Com.
 - CNE Ed-Mastery Surveys' Instructions Certiport
Oracle Faculty Self-Help CISCO

 - Database Administrator

Partnered Testing Centers CompTIA
 - Database Developer Certiport Drake - Kryterion
Divisional Highlights Drake - Kryterion IAAP
Accreditation ISO Quality Testing ISO Quality Testing
AITP - Computer Science LaserGrade LaserGrade Testing
Conferences PAN Testing Microsoft
IAAP - Administrative Prof. -- Airport Security NCATC
Internal Revenue Service / VITA -- BNSF Railways Novell
Kappa Beta Delta - Honorary -- GPO/J.C. Penney Proctored Oracle
Partnerships -- Indiana Sec./St. Securities PAN Testing
Phi Beta Lambda - All Students -- Jones/NCTI Qualif. Assess. Pearson VUE
-- Qwest Communications Phi Beta Lambda
-- United Airlines Prometric
-- U.S. Customs/Border Prot. Realty South - Dr. R. Green
Prometric VITA - E-Filing
LSCC Testing Contact  




The mission of the Division of Business and Information Technologies primarily is to organize and provide instruction in the areas of business and information technology for individuals in the metropolitan county.  To accomplish this mission, the Division offers:

  • Programs to provide students with specialized training and skills that will enable them to become employable and competent in their discipline.

  • Programs to provide students with skills that will allow them to matriculate successfully in a four-year college or university setting.

  • Programs to provide knowledge and skills that will prepare students to function as intelligent citizens and consumers in a business-oriented society.

  • Programs that meet the special needs of the community.

  • A Small Business Center that offers services to entrepreneurs so they can build a growing and stable platform that will enable them to expand.

  • Assistance with campus online courses using BlackBoard and registering them as a Southern Regional Electronic Course (SREC).

  • Various areas of training to business and industry.

The Division offers a balance between technical and managerial issues through a strong emphasis on business applications.  According to the Occupational Handbook, the Division of Business and Information Technologies can train individuals in more than 200 occupations.  The curriculum provides students with a broad understanding of business, a competence in business computer programming, and knowledge of information technology infrastructure.  Information Technology is undergoing great changes as technology advances and the need for computer software increases.  Because of this, our students are given a solid theoretical foundation with knowledge of information technology infrastructure.  We offer:


The Associate of Arts Degrees - entails a liberal arts based curriculum combined with basic business courses that prepares the student to transfer to a four-year institution with the courses that are in most cases the base of a four-year business degree.


The Associate of Applied Science Degrees - entails hands-on experiences and affords each student the opportunity have an understanding of real-life experiences.  An internship is required.


The Long Certificates - entails programs that consist of up to 59 hours of study in a chosen Business and Information Technologies' area. 


The Short Certificates - entails programs that consist of up to 29 hours of study in a chosen Business and Information Technologies' area. 


Industry Certifications - Industry certifications are important components of the Business and Information Technologies Division.  Individuals gain importance in the business and IT world as evidence of skill attainment. We offer several certifications through Microsoft, CompTIA, Oracle, Cisco, etc.  Earning a certification has many benefits. It gives students a sense of accomplishment, a highly valued professional credential, and helps make them more employable with higher starting salaries.


The faculty represents diverse backgrounds and expertise. They are highly qualified and are committed to the success of all students. The faculty, staff, and deans serve as academic advisors to students in all majors.