Area of Emphasis: Office Administration

To receive an emphasis in Office Administration, the student must complete 12 credit hours from the College of Business and Leadership. A sample of courses might include but are not limited to:

BCOM 250 Word Processing Applications
This course emphasizes the development of text editing/word processing skills; special emphasis will be placed on the development of basic and advanced word processing functions for the efficient use of display-type word processing equipment. Sophisticated computer text editing equipment will be used.

BCOM 300 Spreadsheet Applications
A comprehensive study of the major features of spreadsheet applications. Students will learn how to operate spreadsheet application software as used in business. Major features will cover the creation, usage, maintenance, and management of spreadsheets. Decision-making and problem-solving skills are integrated throughout the course. PR., CIS 101 or equivalent.

BCOM 310 Database Applications
A comprehensive study of the major features of database applications. Students will learn how data is organized, retrieved, and used by business. Students will develop and execute strategies for solving information management problems using database applications. Decision- making and problem-solving skills are integrated throughout the course. PR., MIS 101 or equivalent.

BCOM 301 Business Communication
A study of the various aspects of business communication. The course includes the application of the principles of written communication to business letters and reports, the development of listening skills, nonverbal communication skills, job search techniques, and presentational techniques. JUNR - JUNIOR STANDING