Administrative Assistant

 

The Administrative Assistant program prepares students for immediate employment as key support personnel in an office environment. This program prepares students for positions that require technical office skills and that may involve supervising office operations, interacting with customers or clients, and managing a billing system or budget. Students receive training in using current computer technologies and are given the opportunity of earning certification as Microsoft Office Specialists.

According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, administrative assistants and secretaries rank among the largest occupations in the U.S. economy. Graduates will enter the job market with strong high tech, management, and communication skills.

 

 

Associate of Applied Science Degree
General Education Requirements
Course #
Name
Credits
ENGL 1010English Composition I (or Writing Level I)3
POLS 1000American & Wyoming Gov’t (or US & WY Const.)3
Students must choose either a WR2 or ORAL. Additional credits must come from the remaining general education categories not already used.
ARTS/DIV/HUM/IT/ORAL/SOC/WR/2In program
MATH/APPM/LSCIIn program

UNST/PEAC/WELL
1
Program Requirements
BADM 1020Business Communications (WR2)3
BOTK 1540Business English3
BOTK 1655Speed and Accuracy Development1
CMAP/MOUS 1615Operating Systems:3
CMAP/MOUS 1725*Word Processing Apps.: (IT)**3
CO/M/MGT 2130Human Relations (ORAL)3
PFVD 1500Managing Career Development3
ACCT 1050Practical Accounting3
ACCT 1065Computerized Accounting2
BADM 1005Business Math I (APPM)3
BOTK 2750Records & Info. Management3
CMAP/MOUS 1695E-Mail: Outlook2
CMAP/MOUS 1775Spreadsheet Applications: Excel3
 Program Electives
Courses selected from following program electives must be approved by major academic advisor:
        ACCT, BADM, BOTK, CMAP, CPED, IMGT, MGT, MKT, MOUS
15
General Electives  7
TOTAL
64

 

*Students who have limited or no computer experience must take CMAP 1680 or COSC 1200
** CMAP/MOUS 1725 can be used as IT gen ed courses ONLY in this program as they are higher level knowledge courses than COSC 1200 and CMAP 1680.

 

 

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800-865-0193
Email: Admissions
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