Administrative Assistant I (CTADA)
Program is also available online.
This program prepares students for immediate employment in entry-level information processing, receptionist, and general office positions. Students will obtain skills in document formatting, electronic organization and collaboration, record management, and Internet communication and scheduling. It also gives students credits that can be used toward an associate degree in Business Office Administration.
- Business/Computer Technologies
- Business Department
- Joyce Jenkins
(Items marked with an icon are available online.)
|BMG 155||Business on the Internet||3|
|BMG 207||Business Communication||3|
|BOS 101C||Advanced Keyboarding||1|
|BOS 157||Word Processing and Document Formatting I||3|
|BOS 184||Spreadsheet Software Applications I||3|
|BOS 206||Personal Management Application and Internet Resources||2|
|BOS 257||Word Processing and Document Formatting II||3|
- Total Credits Required