What is the program?
The objective of the Office Administration Program is to prepare a student to enter the work force as a medical secretary, a legal secretary, an information processing specialist, a medical coder, a clerical assistant, an administrative assistant, or an accounting clerk.
When is the program offered?
Courses are taught year round during the day, evening, and online to accommodate a wide range of schedules for full-time and part-time students.
Where does the program lead and how long does it take to complete?
Students may earn an Office Administration Certificate, or an Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS). Students enrolled full-time may complete a Certificate in as little as three to four semesters (12 to 18 months) or an AAS in two years.
Can I complete any concentration online?
Yes, the Information Processing degree can be completed completely online. Tuition, fees, and books cost the same as a traditional Office Administration program.
What requirements do I need in order to enroll?
Any student possessing a high school diploma or GED certificate is eligible to enter the Office Administration program.
What jobs will this program prepare me for?
Job placement for successful students is excellent. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, administrative assistant specialist positions are projected to have some of the highest percentage gains in the job market for the next decade.
Name: Scheree Datcher
Office: 2619 Martin Campus