SCHOOL OF HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Department of Business and Technology
Future business leaders, assemble! Welcome to the NEO Business & Technology department, where you’ll learn to thrive in a variety of business settings with a broad set of skills. Gain introduction to accounting, finance, computer programming, marketing or administration fields.
We offer internships where you can earn both college credit and real-world work experience. Our graduates go on to obtain immediate employment in the public and private sectors. Many program courses will transfer seamlessly to most four-year institutions. Or take advantage of the department’s cooperative partnerships to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree right here in Miami. Our full-time faculty are available to assist you in completing all of your academic goals.
By the numbers
- 200 average student enrollment
- 15 degree options
Find a degree program that will match your career goals. Less-than-one-year, one-year, and two-year options are available.
Expand your career potential. With program options from economics to finance to marketing, you’ll be well positioned to transfer to a four-year program or enter the workforce.
Business Administration Technology
Join the rapidly expanding accounting, entrepreneurship or hospitality industries. In addition to our two-year programs, we also offer a variety of certificate programs that can help you land that next promotion.
Computer Information Systems
Computer programming skills are invaluable as the world goes online. Gain a background in operating systems and database management or pursue specialization. Your skills will prepare you to enter the workforce or pursue a four-year degree.
Whether you’re a lifelong athlete or just love the thrill of competition, a sports management degree will give you the skills to stay in the game. Learn to manage a team or venue and develop broad business knowledge to transfer to a four-year program.
Earn academic credentials in less than a year! Certificates are available in accounting, administrative office, computer science, and management and marketing. All credits earned on a certificate can be applied towards an Associates in Applied Science degree.
Degrees and certificates in Business and Technology
|Degree Options||Associate in Science||Associate in Applied Science||Less than 2-Year Certificate||Less than 1-Year Certificate|
|(Transfer)||(Work Ready)||(Work Ready)||(Work Ready)|
|Business Administration – Pre-Accounting||X|
|Business Administration – Management Information Systems||X|
|Business Administration Technology||X|
|Business Administration Technology – Accounting||X||X||X|
|Business Administration Technology – Entrepreneurship||X|
|Business Administration Technology – Marketing and Management||X||X||X|
|Computer Information Systems||X||X|
|General Office Operations||X|
Our business clubs and competitions give you useful industry experience. Set yourself and your resume apart.
The accounting club is open to any student interested in the accounting profession. Club members are invited to monthly meetings with guest speakers. Tour local businesses to learn from their accounting practices.
Investment club members study stock market investing principles. We look at the theories of Ben Graham, Warren Buffet, Peter Lynch and the CANSLIM.
NEO Investment Challenge
The investment club sponsors an online stock market simulation. During this activity, everyone starts with the same amount of money. But where everyone finishes—well, that’s a story that hasn’t been written yet! The competition runs from the start of the fall semester until April 15 of the spring semester. A cash scholarship is awarded to the top two finishers.
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of Future Business Leaders of America. It is a student organization devoted to developing competent leaders and focusing on service, education, and progress. Members can network with their peers, business instructors, and community business leaders. Each year members of PBL participate in state and national conferences, compete for scholarship money, and are active on campus and in our community.
The Love’s Cup is a business plan competition between teams from colleges across the region. The Small Business Division is open to two-year colleges and four-year, non-research colleges and universities. Since it began in 2013, NEO teams have earned titles in the Small Business Division. In the competition, the team selects a business and develops a plan for that business including marketing and financial. Members present the plan to a team of investors somewhat like the Shark Tank television show. Members of the NEO Governor’s Cup team are selected by faculty based on their academic and leadership abilities.
Department of Business & Technology
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