Office Skills Training*

Degree offered

Certificate of Achievement in Office Skills Training

Credits required 29

Dean

William Berardi

Program contact

Carol Martin, Department Chair and Professor of Office Administration, ext. 2408

Program Goals Statement

The Office Skills Training program provides students with useful and relevant job training for entry-level office positions. Such positions include office assistant, word processing typist, receptionist, and any position requiring Microsoft Office skills. The program focuses on computer applications and job readiness. Upon successful completion, students are prepared to take the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist exams (MCAS) offered by Microsoft.

Program Information

This program focuses on computer applications and job readiness.

Degree Requirements

Program Courses

ACC 114Introduction to QuickBooks Pro

1 credit

ENG 101Composition I: College Writing

3 credits

OFC 102Computer Keyboarding

1 credit

OFC 113Introduction to Microsoft Word

3 credits

OFC 120Text Editing

3 credits

OFC 131Microsoft Office Excel Specialist

3 credits

OFC 132Microsoft Office PowerPoint Specialist

3 credits

OFC 134Microsoft Office Outlook Specialist

3 credits

OFC 214Advanced Microsoft Word

3 credits

OFC 255Executive Office Procedures

3 credits

OFC 294Office Administration Colloquium

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:29

Recommended Course Sequence - Fall Semester 1

ACC 114Introduction to QuickBooks Pro

1 credit

OFC 102Computer Keyboarding

1 credit

OFC 113Introduction to Microsoft Word

3 credits

OFC 120Text Editing

3 credits

OFC 131Microsoft Office Excel Specialist

3 credits

OFC 132Microsoft Office PowerPoint Specialist

3 credits

Recommended Course Sequence - Spring Semester 2

ENG 101Composition I: College Writing

3 credits

OFC 214Advanced Microsoft Word

3 credits

OFC 134Microsoft Office Outlook Specialist

3 credits

OFC 255Executive Office Procedures

3 credits

OFC 294Office Administration Colloquium

3 credits

 


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