1630 | Office Administration – AS

The  Associate in Science (AS) degree in Office Administration prepares you for employment as a office clerk, administrative-assistant, electronic publisher, data entry specialist, information processing assistant, software applications specialist, word processing specialist, office systems specialist, and/or office systems manager. Course content includes, but is not limited to, development of basic skills in preparing business letters, special communication forms, tabulated reports, general business terminology, basics of integrated accounting systems, and an introduction to microcomputers (see Office Management Program, College Credit Certificate).

Length: Two (2) years (63 credit hours)


Fall Term
* ENC 1101 Freshman English 1 (G.E.) 3
  OST 1100C Introduction to College Keyboarding   3
  ACG 2001 Financial Accounting I OR   3
  ACG 2021 Financial Accounting    
  MTB 1103 Business Math using Spreadsheets   3
  OST 1581 Professional Development in the Workplace   3
  SLS 1106 First Year Experience Seminar   1
Spring Term
  OST 1713C Word Processing using MS Word   3
  OST 2335 Business Communications   3
  GEB 1011 Introduction to Business   3
  CTS 2210 Introduction to Digital Graphics   3
**   Humanities Elective (G.E.) 3
Summer Term
  OST 2321C Office Equipment and Procedures   3

Fall Term
  MNA 2345 Management and Supervision   3
  OST 1110C Intermediate to College Keyboarding   3
  CGS 1100C Introduction to Microcomputers using Windows (G.E.) 3
* MAC 1105 College Algebra (G.E.) 3
  SYG 2000 General Sociology OR (G.E.) 3
  PSY 2012 General Psychology (G.E.)  
Spring Term
  ACG 2450C Accounting for the Microcomputer   3
  SPC 2608 Fundamentals of Speech Communication (G.E.) 3
  CGS 2510C Spreadsheet Applications   3
  CGS 2540C Introduction to Database Management   3
  OST 2949 Work Experience   2

* It may be necessary to first enroll in a lower level English, math, or reading course depending on college placement test scores.
** It is your responsibility to meet with the department chair or counselor to select the proper course to fulfill this requirement.