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Executive Office Professional (EOP)
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The Executive Office Professional degree and associated certificate programs prepare students for employment as Administrative Assistants, Office Support Professionals, and Receptionists. The programs also prepare students to produce business communications, use technologically advanced equipment, manage records, manage projects, plan meetings, and develop skills in software applications including word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and presentations.

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Semester 1
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SP2015
BOC 1208
Automated Office Procedures
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This course is for the first-year student. Typewriting, telephone techniques, and other skills which directly relate to office work are practiced. The role of the secretary is studied with emphasis on human relations. PREREQUISITE: Previous keyboarding experience required.

BOC 1211
Professional Office Procedures
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This course emphasizes the office skills necessary to succeed in a global business in the 21st century. It includes studying workplace ethics, functioning as a team member, managing stress and time, calendaring, developing communication skills, preparing computer-aided presentations, processing mail, arranging conferences and meetings, making travel arrangements, and developing employment seeking skills.

CIS 1286
Database
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This course introduces the use of microcomputers with Access or another packaged database program. The course will include an introduction to database usage. Course content will vary from course to course depending on the company need and will be offered for variable credit to meet the training needs of individual organizations.

DAP 2202
Word Processing I
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This is an introductory course in which students will learn techniques of input, editing, and output specific to electronic word processors. PREREQUISITE: Previous keyboarding experience required.

ENG 1202
Business Correspondence
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This course deals with principles required to compose business and professional letters such as standard acknowledgment, credit, adjustment, sales, collection, application, and personal data sheets.

Term Total
16
Semester 2
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FA2014
SP2015
ACC 1101
Applied Accounting
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This is a preliminary course in theory and practice of business accounting (for service and merchandise businesses). Major topics covered are accounting procedures, special journals, payroll accounting, accrued basis, and periodic summary.

BOC 1212
Editing and Proofreading
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This course deals with basic errors in capitalization, plurals, possessives, punctuation, statistical and technical information, and grammar. Proofread and edit realistic business documents such as e-mail messages, newsletters, itineraries, expense reports, letters, memorandums, databases, and spreadsheets.

BUS 2202
Records Management
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The study of the creation, use, maintenance, retention, protection and preservation of all types of records for the purpose of reducing costs, increasing efficiency, and serving management through records handling functions.

CIS 1284
Intermediate Word Processing
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This course focuses on the use of word processing at the intermediate level. The content includes finding and replacing specific text, copying text, the TABS command, creating and formatting a table, inserting charts and pictures into a document and merging a main document and data source. Course content may vary from company to company to meet specific organizational needs. This course will be offered for variable credit to meet the training needs of individual organizations.

ENG 1111
Composition I
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Composition I is an introductory course in composition and rhetoric emphasizing expository prose. Major focus is on organization, paragraph structure, and elimination of mechanical errors. The writing course sequence will (1) develop awareness of the writing process; (2) provide inventional, organizational, and editorial strategies; (3) stress the variety of uses for writing; and (4) emphasize critical skills in reading, thinking, and writing. Grade of C or better is required for IAI transfer credit. (Not to be used for humanities credit)

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ENG 1201
Communications
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This course is designed to develop the student's appreciation of the value of communication between individuals and between business and industries. It is to provide a practical application for today's trades, business, and industrial workers, particularly in the comprehension and expression of written English as it applies to business letters, reports, and memoranda.

ENG 1212
Technical Writing
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This course contains the basic principles of writing technical reports for business and industry. The students will receive training and practice in the preparation, writing, and the revising of technical reports, as well as develop skills in the comprehension of industry documents (reports, procedural plans, etc. ). Topics covered include:basic grammatical rules, the organization and presentation of technical information, and the role of technical report writing. PREREQUISITE: College level reading and writing placement scores or consent of instructor.

Term Total
17
Semester 3
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SP2015
BOC 1213
Speedwriting
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This course is based on longhand and phonetics and is designed to provide students with a quick, easy-to-learn method of writing that is easy to read.

BOC 2201
Document Production
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This course emphasizes formatting and keying complex business documents using integration of Microsoft Word, Access, and PowerPoint. Speed and accuracy in the production of documents are emphasized.

BOC 2208
Machine Transcription
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Students learn to use dictating-transcribing equipment to produce letters, reports, and manuscripts. Operating routine for dictating material, transcribing materials, special transcribing techniques, and problems arising from machine transcription will be studied. PREREQUISITE: BOC 1201 Beginning Keyboarding, ENG 1111 Composition I, ENG 1201 Communications.

BOC 2250
Business Communications
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This course is designed to give students a comprehensive view of communications, its scope and importance in business, and the role of communications in establishing a favorable business environment. The various types of business communications media are covered. This course also develops an awareness of the importance of succinct written expression to modern business communication.

CIS 1278
Spreadsheet
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This course is designed to broaden a user's knowledge of Excel or other spreadsheet program. The course will focus on various calculation functions, customizing tables, plotting charts, filtering database records and using Access to enter the World Wide Web.

GEN 2297
Employment Skills
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This course prepares the student for job interviews, job placement, and employment. Verbal and written communication skills are implemented through assigned reports. Topics of discussion and debate range from securing and keeping a job to individual attitudes, work habits, work ethics, and interviewing skills. The student will be required to prepare a written resume and to apply communication skills in practical situations.

SPE 1101
Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
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Short informative and persuasive speeches are prepared and presented. This course places emphasis on selection and organization of materials, methods of securing interest and attention, and elements of delivery as well as characteristics of effective criticism and listening.

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SPE 1111
Interpersonal Communications
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This is an introductory course in interpersonal and intrapersonal communication. Verbal and nonverbal communication are emphasized as they relate to conversation between individuals, small group discussions, short speeches, and oral reports.

Term Total
19
Semester 4
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FA2014
SP2015
BMG 2204
Human Resource Management
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This course is for first-line managers and students interested in becoming human resource management. The course is a survey of human resource planning, selection, interviewing, testing, placement, training and follow up as part of the overall management process. Case studies allow the students to apply theory to practical situations.

BOC 2211
Office Internship I
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Students work a minimum of 10 hours a week. The coordinator and the training supervisor work together in establishing goals and work experiences for the student. Variable internship hours are based on 75 hours equated to 1 semester hour of credit. PREREQUISITES:Completion of first-year's program requirements or consent of instructor.

BOC 2251
Statistical Keyboard Entry
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This course provides students with a functional knowledge of electronic calculator and entry level skills in data entry on the computer. It also emphasizes speed development and accuracy in entering data with realistic production jobs and keyboarding exercises. Major emphasis is on numeric entry.

MTH 1201
YES
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This course is designed for students enrolled in technical programs. Topics include: measurement and approximation, algebraic principles and operation, identification and use of formulas. In addition, geometric and trigonometric principles may also be covered if applicable to the program area. Emphasis is placed on the application of mathematical concepts to the solution of problems in vocational and technical fields. PREREQUISITE: REM 0420 Basic Math with a C or better or scoring at beginning algebra level on placement exam.

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Term Total
15
Program Total
67


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