As of 2015, Accounting Principles I and II, Sales and Service Principles, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Technology in the Hospitality Management Industry, and Routing and Switching in Networked Environments are online courses available from Bryant & Stratton College. Students earn online diplomas or bachelor and associates degrees from the college.
Accounting Principles I and II offer students a basic theoretical and practical training in accounting. Among the courses' topics are financial records, controlling cash and payroll, receivables and payables, debt and methods of inventory. Students take these courses for both the associates and bachelor degrees in accounting.
Sales and Service Principles teaches basic sales techniques, creating sales proposals, making sales presentations to customers and ensuring customer satisfaction. The course is part of Bryant & Stratton's business program. Introduction to Criminal Justice examines the U.S. criminal justice system, its history and how it relates to the branches of government. The course also takes a brief look at international crime.
Technology in the Hospital Management Industry considers both the historic influence and present role of technology in the hospitality industry. The course is part of the school's Hospitality Management program. The Routing and Switching in Networked Environments course considers switching configurations, Quality of Service principles and other related topics.