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About the Applied Business & Technology (ABT) program

The Applied Business Technology (ABT) program introduces students to current software applications, as well as, the traditional skills knowledge of business English, business calculations, office procedures and customer relations.

Students completing the program receive a Certificate in Applied Business Technology (Administrative Assistant).

Career & College Preparation (CCP) is an interdisciplinary field, therefore, please view the Business Management and Statistics Subject Guides for further information.

 

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