A career in a professional business environment can seem like a dream come true after working long hours on your feet, behind a counter.* But for employees who want to trade their name tags for desks, the transition may seem all but impossible.
The 18-month Business Office Management associate degree program is designed to train students in the fundamental courses needed to learn how to make businesses run efficiently.*
The business office management curriculum includes training in accounting, spreadsheets and data processing, payroll administration, and personnel management.
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The Business Office Management Degree Program provides training in business related accounting software and various business office computer applications such as Word, Excel, and Access. Students will also be trained in the fundamentals of payroll administration, employee benefits, bookkeeping, accounting, event planning, and coordination. The objective of this Program is to prepare graduates for entry - level positions, such as general office specialist, bookkeeper, accounting assistant, payroll office clerk, and administrative assistant. This Program requires completion of a minimum of 92 credit hours, including any transfer credits that have been accepted. Program completion normally requires 18 months for full - time students.
A career in office administration means using your organizational, communication, and leadership skills in an environment that provides the opportunity to utilize these abilities.
Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, and Office or Administrative Support Personnel may be called upon to use their training and knowledge to streamline the office environment and help make operations run smoothly. Career possibilities include:
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