The Business Information Management program offers training in the areas of general office, secretarial, word processing, office management, and administrative assistant. The student will have proficient skills in grammar and composition, keyboarding, the use of office equipment, knowledge of modern office procedures, and the use of a microcomputer which are important skills in this field.

Job Titles and Career Information

Studying Business Information Management can lead to a variety of different jobs or careers. Click on a job title to find out career information such as average salaries, employment rates and more!

Certificate and Degree Options


  • Administrative Office Assistant I Certificate of Achievement
  • Administrative Office Assistant II Certificate of Achievement
  • Administrative Office Executive Certificate of Achievement
  • General Office Certificate of Achievement
  • Medical Office Assistant Certificate of Achievement


  • Administrative Office Executive Professional/Office Manager, AS

For certificate and degree requirements, please visit the College Catalog.


Save on Your Textbooks with Cengage Unlimited!

*Pay just $119.99 for most BIM textbooks with Cengage Unlimited. Financial aid students can purchase access to Cengage Unlimited from the SJDC Bookstore or online.

Students pursuing Business Information Management (BIM) Certificates, who register in the BIM038 Office Technologies & Procedures, BIM039 Office Management, BUS015 Excel Spreadsheets (STEWART), BUS007 Business Communications, and BUS017 Business English (ANDERSON) pay tuition and just a one-time fee of $119.99 for all course materials! BIM students will gain access to all eBooks and Cengage Learning Management platforms for each of the courses, such as MindTap and SAM, for only $119.99. This is a first time ever offer that has a savings of over $500 in textbooks and eLearning platforms! Students can also use Cengage Unlimited to access all other courses using Cengage textbooks at no additional costs! Enroll in the courses below or contact: Professor Alicia Stewart at or (209) 954-5521.