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Business and Computer Applications Technology

 

 

This is a comprehensive two-year Associate in Applied Science degree program which prepares the graduate to develop a high degree of administrative support competence with personal qualities to satisfy the most exacting business standards. The program covers both the basic administrative management skills as well as advanced training for the achievement of professional status.

Challenge exams for keyboarding are given to those students who qualify. See program coordinator.

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  • Develop proficiency in the use of current computer applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and professional presentation software;
  • Discuss the ethical and societal ramifications of technology in the workplace;
  • Apply critical thinking skills to solve problems involving computer applications;
  • Develop proofreading and technical editing skills including the ability to use correct grammar and punctuation for communicating effectively in written, verbal, and electronic formats.

 

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Graduates will have developed a high degree of administrative support competence with personal qualities to satisfy the most exacting business standards. The program covers both the basic administrative management skills as well as advanced training for the achievement of professional status.

Program Information

Type of Program: Associate in Arts Degree

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