Brown Mackie College - Phoenix

Grow, evolve, become at Brown Mackie College — Phoenix

Convenient Scheduling with One Course a Month
At Brown Mackie College — Phoenix, you don't need to wait for a traditional "Fall Start." Because our students aren't always living "traditional" lives we offer new starts each month with day or evening classes that fit your schedule. Each class lasts one month. There's no need to divide your time and energy between coursework and exams for multiple courses. We keep the focus on one course, one subject at a time to help you succeed.
Small Classes, Personal Attention
The difference at Brown Mackie College — Phoenix is personal attention. We focus on individuals, not numbers. We keep class sizes small to enable you to receive the individual attention you need from instructors. Our community is one that fosters interaction among students and our faculty and staff members are committed to helping you succeed.
Professional Preparation
Our programs are practical and skill based. Our goal is to prepare you to pursue an entry-level position in the field of your study. Our classes and coursework integrate real world experiences to give you the technical skills and the professional approach you'll need to enter the workforce.

Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

Accredited Member, ACICS

Associate of Science - Accounting Technology

The accounting technology program generally prepares graduates for entry-level employment in accounting positions in a variety of business organizations. Students receive a solid foundation in accounting and business principles, and general education. Entry-level employment opportunities include accounting clerk, bookkeeping clerk, payroll clerk, accounts receivable, accounts payable and auditing clerk.

Upon successful completion of the program, students are able to:

Post debits and credits
Produce financial statements
Prepare reports and summaries
Prepare invoices
Compute interest charges
Generate financial spreadsheets
Post journal transactions
Handle payroll
Produce business-related documents
Operate a variety of computer software programs

Associate of Applied Science - Business Management

The Business Management program is designed to prepare graduates for entry-level employment and the business field. Students have an opportunity to receive a solid foundation in management principles and business technology, computer operations, and general education.

Through a successful completion of the program, students will have learned to: Manage a small business; manage a payroll; apply marketing and advertising principles; produce presentation materials in PowerPoint; generate spreadsheets; utilize human resource practices; communicate effectively, orally and in writing; prepare written reports; use the Internet to communicate with clients and co-workers. Entry-level employment opportunities may exist in the areas of Office Management. Sales, Administrative Assistant, Human Resources, Assistant Account Representative, Customer Service Representative, and Entrepreneur/Self-Employment.

Associate of Applied Science - Occupational Therapy Assistant*

The occupational therapy assistant program prepares graduates for entry-level employment, working under the direction of an occupational therapist. Students are trained to administer occupational therapy treatments to individuals who have lost functional abilities due to illness, injury or disease. Course work combines lecture, laboratory and clinical experiences.

General education elements of the program enhance students' communication and problem-solving skills to enhance their effectiveness in the occupational therapy profession. The program prepares the graduate for the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT) Certification Examination for Occupational Therapy Assistants.

Students develop a solid foundation in occupational therapy, including:

Anatomy and physiology
Medical terminology
Structural kinesiology
Neurological dysfunction
Mental health concepts and techniques
Assessment of function
Adaptive living skills
Physical rehabilitation
*The occupational therapy assistant program has applied for accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), located at 4720 Montgomery Lane, P.O. Box 31220, Bethesda, MD 20824-1220. ACOTE's telephone number c/o AOTA is (301) 652-AOTA.

Bachelor of Science - Business Administration

Students in the business administration program gain the knowledge and skills to enter a variety of fields in a business capacity or advance in their current profession. Through general studies and business-related coursework, graduates of this program have a practical foundation of principles and procedures that they can put to work in this ever-changing domain.

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