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Title: Planning for Success


1
Planning for Success
2007
Division of Business and Technologies
2
Business and Technologies Mission Statement
  • In a rapidly evolving career and technical
    education landscape, the mission of the Business
    and Technologies division is to provide students
    with relevant and current learning in viable
    career pathways. To meet this mission, Business
    and Technologies actively networks with the local
    community and businesses and works to articulate
    programs with other colleges and universities.
    Faculty are committed to providing a rich
    learning environment to empower students as 21st
    century workforce citizens.

3
Existing Departments and Programs
  • 3 Departments
  • Business and Occupational Studies
  • Design and Media Arts
  • Computer and Information Technologies
  • 26 programs
  • 17 full-time faculty
  • 85 adjunct faculty

4
Design and Media Arts
  • Media Arts
  • 2 full-time faculty
  • 42 courses fall 07 Internships and Independent
    Studies
  • MART FY 05-06 SCH 4,094 FY 06-07 5,593
    37 increase
  • 2nd largest SFCC program

5
Design and Media Arts
  • Fashion and Interior Design
  • 1 full-time faculty
  • 13 courses fall 07 Internships and Independent
    Studies
  • DESN FY 05-06 SCH 1,125 FY 06-07 1,240
    10 increase

6
Design and Media Arts
  • Architectural Drafting and Construction
    Management
  • 1 full-time faculty
  • 11 courses fall 07 Internships and Independent
    Studies
  • ADCM FY 05-06 SCH 691 FY 06-07 1,062
    53 increase
  • Increase due primarily to dual credit

7
Business and Occupational Studies
  • Accounting ACCT
  • Aviation AVIA
  • Banking Mortgage BANK
  • Business Administration BSAD
  • Commercial Drivers Training CDLT
  • Criminal Justice CRJS
  • Culinary Arts CULA
  • Economics ECON
  • Electrical Trades Apprenticeship ETAP
  • Environmental Technologies ENVR
  • Facility Technologies FACT
  • Hotel and Restaurant Management HRMG
  • Paralegal Studies PLST
  • Real Estate RLES
  • Water/Wastewater Treatment Technology WWTT
  • FY 05-06 SCH 5733 FY 06-07 6,155
  • 7.36 increase

8
Computer and Information Technologies (CITC)
  • Computer Science and Computer Information
    Technologies
  • Drafting
  • Engineering
  • Electronics
  • Office Technologies
  • AutoCAD Training Center
  • 5 full-time faculty
  • 37 courses fall 07 Internships and Independent
    Studies
  • FY 05-06 SCH 4002 FY 06-07 3,754 (4.5 )
    decrease

9
Division Trends
  • The division realized an increase of 1,947
    Student Credit Hours in FY 06-07, an 11
    increase, helping offset enrollment declines in
    other areas.
  • BT is offering approx. 17 more classes in Fall
    07 from final Fall 06. 214 classes in 07,
    compared to 183 in F06.

10
Division Trends
  • Currently, enrollment is up by 4
  • Primary areas of additional classes is dual
    credit, growth in Business (entrepreneurship) and
    new programsEnvironmental Technologies, Facility
    Technologies
  • Business enrollments up 38 from same time last
    year
  • Areas of decline include Criminal Justice,
    Computer Science

11
Division Trends, Cont.
  • Cohort of 100 students enrolling in
    college-level Introduction to Engineering Design
    at Capital and Santa Fe High Schools,
    underscoring emphasis in Science, Technology,
    Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
  • Division emphasis in career pathway advisement
    and learning

12
Division Challenges
  • Integrating non-traditional programs and delivery
    into traditional models
  • Managing faculty workloads
  • Costs of hands-on learning
  • Registration and enrollment

13
Division Opportunities
  • Capitalizing on growth areas, such as business
    and media arts
  • Expanding sustainability into curriculum
  • Making greater use of TV station for education
    and promotion
  • Strengthening partnerships with business and
    industry
  • Increasing dual credit, high school pipeline
  • Integrating career pathways into SFCC culture
  • Having BT be an AQIP leader at SFCC

14
Partnership for Innovation
  • Bond passage brings unlimited potential for
    program opportunities. To realize this potential
    BT will
  • Continue to capitalize on strong working
    relationship with Continuing Education and
    Customized Training to bring an Advanced
    Technology Center to fruition
  • Be the campus leader in planning, researching,
    and advancing the new trades and ATC facility and
    the programs that will be centered there.
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