Interactive College of Technology (ICT) is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE), which is the successor to COEI of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
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AccountingBusiness, Marketing, and Communication
The Accounting and Professional Business Applications programs are designed to develop essential accounting, office automation and application skills. The focus is on learning the basic Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). Fundamental procedures, understanding and applying spreadsheets, credits and debits, setting up accounts, general ledgers, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and quarterly and annual reports are at the core of this program.
Business Information SystemsBusiness, Marketing, and Communication
The BIS diploma program is constructed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and training for the most popular computer applications and software. Students acquire skills that are critical to the successful day-to-day creation, usage, sharing, and management of data for many types of enterprises.
By focusing on professionalism and software proficiency, the BIS program enables a student to pursue a variety of career pathways including project management, desktop publishing, business graphics, web design, database management, sales/customer service support, business schematics and more.
Medical Office AdministrationMedical Administration
The MOA diploma program is constructed to provide the graduates with the general knowledge and specific skills needed to obtain entry-level employment in one of the fastest growing occupations in the healthcare environment. Aside from patient care and patient services, the processing of medical documents is a critical task that requires a well trained professional. Medical coding and billing are just the beginning. Abundant career possibilities are available for the graduate with excellent keyboarding and word processing skills as well as experience in medical transcription, terminology, and medical office procedures. In addition, with new healthcare and insurance requirements, medical office personnel need to be versed in government and insurance regulations as well as compliance issues such as HIPAA.