In the area of Business, the College strives to provide students with knowledge and skills to compete for entry-level jobs in the business world.  The program also prepares business students for job promotions, career advancements, and lifelong learning experiences in the business working environment and for transfer to four-year institutions.

Computer Information Systems provides the students with a range of curriculums that will provide students with opportunities for careers in computer forensics, cyber security, and information assurance, while also preparing the student to take industry-standard certification exams. John A. Logan College has been designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Two-Year Education (CAE2Y) by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).  Therefore, graduates will be qualified for careers in federal, state and local agencies.   

Computer Science provides a solid foundation for students who are looking to transfer to a four-year institution. The classes have been articulated with many colleges and provide students with knowledge and skills in different programming languages. Students have an opportunity to develop their programming skills.  

In the area of Mathematics, the College strives to emphasize the mathematical reasoning skills necessary to function in a technology-oriented society and workplace.  Students can become quantitatively literate and capable of applying quantitative methods to real-life situations.