Business and CIS DivisionBuilding 300, Division Office Room 310 - 714.992.7032
Areas of Study
The Accounting curriculum at Fullerton College offers students several options. A student can take courses to pursue an entry-level career in the various fields of accounting like bookkeeping, tax, audit, or account management. Or, a student may choose to take courses that are transferable to a wide variety of four-year institutions in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree. Students who already possess a bachelor’s degree can take courses which will qualify them to sit for the CPA exam.
Computer Information Systems
Computer Information Systems (CIS) studies the use of software, hardware, data, networks, and the Internet to design and develop information technology systems. CIS majors learn how to apply current computer technology to real-world business problems. Our programs provide interactive, hands-on experience with state-of-the-art technology, innovative media, and virtual labs and simulations.CIS offers concentrations in Office Technology, Programming, Database Management, Networking, Security, Game Design or Web Design.
The Business Management curriculum at Fullerton College offers a broad array of courses that expose students to the diverse areas of business. With concentrations available in Management, Entrepreneurship, International Business, Marketing or Real Estate, students have a wide choice of options. Whether the focus is on transfer or updating skills, we have degrees and certificates which will prepare you for successful employment in today’s complex economy.
Fullerton College’s ABA-approved Paralegal Studies Program provides the education and skills necessary for graduates to work under the supervision of an attorney as a critical member of the legal support team in all areas of law. Our program aids students in finding employment in this ever-growing, fast-paced, and challenging field. According to Robert Half Legal Recruiters, “Highly sought-after legal professionals are capable of receiving multiple job offers, counteroffers and even signing bonuses.” While the program does not prepare the student for the practice of law, many graduates have gone on to law school and have commented that completion of the program made the intensive law school curriculum easier to understand. The department awards both an Associate in Science degree and a certificate.