Dr. Kimberly D. Harvell
Chef Elizabeth Dickson
|Associate Professors:||Achla Agarwal
|Assistant Professors:||Steve Fess
Dr. Jack Raley
|Instructors:|| Elizabeth Dickson, Program Director, Culinary Arts
An associate degree is a two-year degree granted by a college upon successful completion of the degree-specific curriculum requirements.
The Division of Business and Computer Science offers Associate of Applied Science degrees in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems.
The associate degree programs prepare graduates for jobs in these professional areas, prepares students to make informed career path decisions while developing workplace skills necessary to succeed, provides students the opportunity to earn academic college credits for transfer to four-year institutions of higher education, and provide the technical and general education necessary for qualified entrance into management, sales, office-related and computer-related occupations.
Associate of Applied Science degrees (AAS):
The Division offers two Certificates of Technical Studies that enable students to develop their academic and vocational skills to compete in a technological society.Certificates of Technical Studies are one-year programs that prepare students for job-specific skills.The Certificates of Technical Studies offered through the Division of Business and Computer Science are Culinary Arts and Legal Secretary.
Students entering either of the certificate programs will need:
Certificates of Technical Studies (CTS)
The mission of the Division of Business and Computer Science at Bossier Parish Community College is to provide an outstanding faculty and educational facility to foster a creative environment for collaborative learning and innovative thinking for the citizens of Northwest Louisiana. We will impart excellent instruction in the areas of accounting, business administration, computer information systems, culinary arts, economics, legal secretary, management, marketing, and web design. Our division will be at the forefront of technology, business and culinary arts to prepare our students to succeed in a dynamic world, and we will serve our community through cooperative partnerships with local businesses and organizations.
Up to 18 hours may be awarded to a student who successfully passes the Certified Professional Secretary examination and certified Administrative Professional examinations, which are administered by the International Association of Administrative Professionals. For more information on this policy, students may contact the Division Office (318-678-6011).