Faculty Advisor: Margo Chaney Adkins · Phone: 410-386-8253 · Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
These curricula prepare students for administrative careers in industry, government, medicine and law. Each program seeks to provide students not only with technical skills, but also with the necessary analytical and conceptual skills to perform successfully in the modern office environment. Many of the courses offered in the Office Technology program may be taken in a self-directed mode of instruction. Students may wish to take individual courses to meet personal or vocational goals, complete one or more Letters of Recognition, or earn a Certificate in Office Technology.
The Certificate in Office Technology is designed to provide opportunities for students to obtain and validate information technology skills that will be valued in the workplace. Students may complete the program within one year of full-time study, or over multiple terms as a part-time student. Upon successful completion, students will be qualified for employment as administrative assistants, executive assistants and office managers.
Program Length: 18 months
Certificate Requirements/Recommended Sequence
|BUAD-101||Introduction to Business||3 credits|
|CIS-101||Introduction to Computer Information Systems||3 credits|
|OFFC-102||Keyboarding 2 for Computer Usage||3 credits|
|OFFC-115||Introduction to Word||3 credits|
|OFFC-135||Introduction to Excel||3 credits|
|BUAD-150||Human Relations||3 credits|
|OFFC-205||Advanced Word||3 credits|
|OFFC-235||Advanced Excel||3 credits|