South Hills School of Business & Technology will offer a new Associate in Specialized Technology degree program in Software Development and Programming at its Main Campus in State College. Applications for enrollment are being accepted for Fall 2019. This new program is for students who are interested in preparing for careers in software development, computer programming, applications development, and web development.
Dr. Julie Barris, representative of Saint Francis University, visited the State College Main Campus of South Hills School of Business & Technology to give current students information about Bachelor's Degree completion made possible through an Articulation Agreement between the schools.
Software Developers play a key role in the design, installation, analysis, and maintenance of computer programs and applications as well as software systems. The programs are often developed with a goal of helping businesses to be more efficient and deliver improved services to their clients. Some developers design applications for consumers such as games or software for home or personal use.
Computer User Support Specialists play a vital role in a company by working with different hardware, software, networking, etc. Everyone from educational institutions to hospitals to government agencies use Computer User Support Specialists; thus, providing a wide variety of industries and diverse career advancement opportunities.
The field of accounting is very broad and can range from assisting others with personal finances to overseeing the fiscal operations of large corporations. There are many specialty areas available within the field of accounting such as grant management, fraud/forensic accounting, or income tax planning and preparation.
Medical Assistants are trained professionals that handle both administrative tasks and patient care tasks under the direction of a physician. They perform duties such as gathering and recording patient and insurance information, preparing exam rooms, and providing direct patient care such as drawing blood, administering medications, and measuring vital signs.