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MGTC offers something for everyone in the Business and Technology fields -- from computer repair and networking to accounting, software applications, or office administration.

Whether you plan to own a business, support an information technology infrastructure, or work as part of a larger organization, an education in one of our business and technology programs can help you get started.

MGTC is ready to assist you in selecting a program that will fit your needs and provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in tomorrow's job market.

General Education

Each degree and diploma program at MGTC contains a body of Essential General Core (general education) courses. The purpose of general education coursework is to ensure that students have attained general essential skills necessary for educational and career success. General education coursework is not specific to any major or discipline. The Essential General Core within each degree and diploma program is designed to produce graduates who, at the competency level appropriate to the credential earned, can communicate appropriately using oral and written English; utilize information technology in accessing, organizing, and communicating information; apply appropriate mathematical principles and methods; and use critical thinking skills to solve problems.

To ensure these competencies, each degree program of study contains a minimum of 15 semester credit hours in general education courses, with at least one course from each of the following areas: English; humanities; social/behavioral sciences; and natural sciences or mathematics. All diploma programs contain a minimum of 8 semester credit hours in general education coursework, with at least one course coming from each of the following areas: English; mathematics; and interpersonal relations/professional development or psychology. Each degree and diploma program additionally requires COMP 1000, Introduction to Microcomputers.

Programs:

Accounting
Have you ever dreamed of being a part of crucial business decisions? Whether dealing with one owner, a partnership, or a major corporation, MGTC’s Accounting graduates are an important member of these and many other business types. Our graduates handle company payroll, billing, payments, and the important job of recording the business transactions and creating the financial statements that help business owners make their decisions.
Information Technology
Ever wondered how a computer works exactly? Or how the Internet works? Or maybe you know you like computers, but you’re not sure what you really want to do in the Information Technology industry? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then one of the Computer Information Systems programs at Middle Georgia Technical College just might be for you!
Office Occupations
The Business Administrative Technology (BAT) program at MGTC is designed to train students to become professional administrative assistants and medical office clerical assistants. Graduates of the Business Administrative Technology program will be able to read, understand, and prepare standard types of business communications and demonstrate appropriate interpersonal, human relations skills.

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At MGTC's CARE Center we can help you make the right decision for you and your career. Give us a call for more information at 478-988-6800 extension 5020.

Gainful Employment

MGTC has provided Gainful Employment disclosure data for its credit programs. This information can be used to estimate the cost of various programs, program length, average student debt upon program completion, and potential employers upon completion.