Division of Business and Information Technology (BIT)
Division of Business and Information Technology
To prepare our students to better their lives and community through excellence in business and information technology education.
To set the standard of excellence in business and information technology education among two year colleges.
Welcome to the Division of Business and Information Technology (BIT). We offer a number of degree paths that can lead to exciting and long-term careers in such industries as Automotive, Business, Energy, Finance, Government, Information Technology, Logistics and Manufacturing, just to name a few.
OCCC is the ONLY community college in the Oklahoma City area with nationally accredited programs for Business (ACBSP), Automotive Technology (NATEF) and Cyber/Information Security (CAE2Y). Our Cyber/Information Security degree is also recognized by the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency (NSA).
Whatever career path you choose, OCCC’s BIT Division offers a degree and certificate program that is right for you. If you want to work immediately in your chosen field after you graduate, you can choose either an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) or a Certificate of Mastery.
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If you want to transfer to a university or college to earn a bachelor’s degree, choose an Associate in Science (A.S.). To decide which university is best for your chosen career path or if you need assistance on how to maximize your educational opportunities through scholarships, you can visit with one of the BIT Division’s faculty advisors or our qualified staff in Academic Advising or Graduation and Transfer Services.
While earning your degree at OCCC, there are internship opportunities available in the fields of business, accounting and information technology. We partner with some of the leading companies in the Oklahoma City area.
We proudly participate in student organizations such as Phi Theta Kappa, Kappa Beta Delta, Enactus and the National Cyber League.
Most all of our business and IT classes are available both online and on campus to best fit your schedule. Many courses are available in 8-week sessions.
For more information on any of our degree programs, please select Degree Programs in the column on the left.
Thank you for choosing Oklahoma City Community College.
Dean of the Division of Business and Information Technology
Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act
Oklahoma City Community College is a recipient of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 federal grant, and monies obtained from this grant are used to fund equipment purchases and professional development opportunities for the following programs: