Business/Accounting/Real Estate

CTC offers a variety of degree and certificate options to get you ready for the next step in your academic and career journey. Choosing the right path is an important first step to reach your short and long-term goals. 

The Business Administration and Paralegal Department at Central Texas College administers 20 degree and certificate programs such as Business Administration, Business Management, Real Estate and our newest one: Accounting Technician.

We are located in the Technology Center/Mayborn Science Theater (Bldg. 267), Room 202 and also house these three programs in our offices. 


For more than 30 years, Central Texas College has educated students in hospitality management. Our program offers an Associate in Applied Science degree in hospitality management with four areas of specialization: Culinary Arts, Restaurant and Culinary Management, Food and Beverage Management and Hotel Management. We have also established several certificate programs which act as a "stepping stone" toward achieving their degree.

Find more information on this program of study here.

Paralegal/Legal Assistant

We prepare students for careers as paralegals working under the supervision of lawyers in the public and private sector. We do this in two ways:

1. Provide students the substantive knowledge and practical skills necessary to enter the legal workforce as a paralegal
2. Educate students to become career paralegals who perform effectively in a variety of legal settings and adapt to changes in the legal environment and law practice

Find more information on this program of study here.

Homeland Security.

This program is designed for individuals interested in entering the field of emergency management planning and homeland security. Additionally it is for those currently in an emergency response profession seeking to update or broaden their skills. Our Homeland Security program offers a Homeland Security and Emergency Mgmt (AAS) and three certificates - Homeland Security and Emergency Mgmt (CC), Emergency Management (CC) and Homeland Security (CC). 

Find more information on this program of study here.