Administrative Office Technology

Curriculum Requirements


Administrative Office Technology Programs

Associate in Business with a Major in Administrative Office Technology

66 credits

Diploma in Business with a Major in Automated Office

45 credits

Certificate in Business with a Major in Office Support Specialist

33 credits

Certificate in Medical Office Specialist

33 credits

Certificate in Business with a Major in Data Entry Clerk

18 credits




Associate in Business

Major in Administrative Office Technology

(Associate Degree--66 Semester Hours)


The Administrative Office Technology program provides excellent preparation for a variety of employment opportunities and for advancement in this growing field. In addition to basic office skills, you will learn to operate computers and other high-tech equipment used in the modern office. Students develop advanced skills in office technology including keyboarding, word processing, desktop publishing, accounting, database management applications, spreadsheet applications, written and oral communications, and administrative systems and procedures. Graduates of this program are qualified for a variety of office support positions in the electronic office. This program is available during the day and evening.

A. General Education: 15 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

ENG 155 Communications I

3

ENG 156 Communications II

3

Humanities Elective

3

MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics

3

Social Science Elective

3

B. Major Courses: 39 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

AOT 105 Keyboarding

3

AOT 110 Document Formatting

3

AOT 121 Machine Transcription

3

AOT 133 Professional Development

3

AOT 137 Office Accounting

3

AOT 141 Office Procedures I

3

AOT 165 Information Processing Software

3

AOT 167 Information Processing Applications

3

AOT 251 Administrative Systems and Procedures

3

AOT 255 Senior Practicum

3

AOT 263 Office Database Applications

3

AOT 265 Office Desktop Publishing

3

AOT 267 Integrated Information Processing

3

C. Major Course Electives: 6 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

AOT 122 Medical Machine Transcription I

3

AOT 123 Legal Machine Transcription I

3

AOT 210 Document Production

3

AOT 212 Medical Document Production

3

AOT 213 Legal Document Production

3

AOT 221 Advanced Machine Transcription

3

AOT 222 Medical Machine Transcription II

3

D. General Electives: 6 Semester Credit Hours

 




Diploma in Business

Major in Automated Office

(Diploma--45 Semester Hours)

 


The Automated Office diploma program is designed for the individual who desires to develop skills as a proficient office support person in a computer-oriented environment. Students develop skills in keyboarding, word processing, accounting, database management, spreadsheet applications, written and oral communications, and office systems and procedures. Graduates of this program are qualified for employment as a clerk typist, typist, receptionist, or similar office positions. The Automated Office program is ideal for the student who desires a one-year program with skills needed in today's office. This program is available during the day or evening, and you may enter or graduate any semester. Once you have completed the requirements for the diploma, you may take the additional courses required to earn the Associate in Business Degree.

A. General Education: 9 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

ENG 155 Communications I

3

ENG 156 Communications II

3

MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics

3

B. Major Courses: 30 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

AOT 105 Keyboarding

3

AOT 110 Document Formatting

3

AOT 121 Machine Transcription

3

AOT 133 Professional Development

3

AOT 137 Office Accounting

3

AOT 141 Office Procedures I

3

AOT 165 Information Processing Software

3

AOT 167 Information Processing Applications

3

AOT 265 Office Desktop Publishing

3

AOT 267 Integrated Information Processing

3

C. Major Course Electives: 6 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

AOT 122 Medical Machine Transcription I

3

AOT 123 Legal Machine Transcription

3

AOT 210 Document Production

3

AOT 212 Medical Document Production

3

AOT 213 Legal Document Production

3

AOT 221 Advanced Machine Transcription

3

AOT 222 Medical Machine Transcription II

3

AOT 251 Administrative Systems and Procedures

3

AOT 255 Senior Practicum

3

AOT 263 Office Database Applications

3

D. General Electives: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 




Certificate in Business

Major in Office Support Specialist

(Certificate--33 Semester Hours)


This program is designed for the student who desires to develop entry-level skills as an office support person in a computer-oriented environment. This program is available during the day and evening classes, and you may enter or graduate any semester. Once you have completed the requirements for the certificate, you may take the additional courses required to earn the Associate in Business Degree.

A. General Education: 3 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

ENG 155 Communications I

3

B. Major Courses: 30 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

AOT 105 Keyboarding

3

AOT 110 Document Formatting

3

AOT 133 Professional Development

3

AOT 137 Office Accounting

3

AOT 141 Office Procedures I

3

AOT 165 Information Processing Software

3

AOT 167 Information Processing Applications

3

AOT 263 Office Database Applications

3

AOT 265 Office Desktop Publishing

3

AOT 267 Integrated Information Processing

3

C. Major Course Electives: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 

D. General Electives: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 




Certificate in Business

Major in Data Entry Clerk

(Certificate--18 Semester Hours)


The data entry clerk certificate in business program is designed for the student who desire to develop entry-level skills as an office support person in a computer-oriented environment. Students develop basic skills in keyboarding, word processing, database management applications as well as basic office procedures. This program is available during the day and evening classes, and you may enter or graduate any semester. Once you have completed the requirements for the certificate, you may take the additional courses required to earn a diploma or the Associate in Business Degree.

A. General Education: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 

B. Major Courses: 18 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

AOT 105 Keyboarding

3

AOT 110 Document Formatting

3

AOT 133 Professional Development

3

AOT 165 Information Processing Software

3

AOT 167 Information Processing Applications

3

AOT 263 Office Database Applications

3

C. Major Course Electives: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 

D. General Electives: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 




Certificate in Business

Major in Medical Office Specialist

(Certificate--33 Semester Hours)


The Medical Office Specialist certificate is designed for student who desires to develop skills for employment as a general office professional in the medical field. Day and evening classes are available, and you may enter or graduate any semester. Once you have completed the requirements for the certificate, you may take the additional courses required to earn a diploma or the Associate in Business Degree.

A. General Education: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 

B. Major Courses: 24 Semester Credit Hours

Credits

AHS 104 Medical Vocabulary/Anatomy and Physiology

3

 AOT 105 Keyboarding

AOT 122 Medical Machine Transcription I

3

AOT 133 Professional Development

3

AOT 137 Office Accounting

3

AOT 165 Information Processing Software

3

AOT 167 Information Processing Applications

3

AOT 212 Medical Document Production

3

AOT 222 Medical Machine Transcription II

3

 AOT 252 Medical Systems and Procedures

 3

C. Major Course Electives: 3 Semester Credit Hours

 3

D. General Electives: 0 Semester Credit Hours

 

 

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