Office Administration Technology
The members of the Hill College Office Administration Technology Department seek to provide Hill College students with the ability to use information processing software and administrative techniques effectively so that they may reach their full potentials as individuals and productive members of society. We dedicate ourselves to teaching students to read closely and think critically; to studying the processes, theory and techniques of administrative assistants and information processing; to developing the practice of working in academic, creative and professional environments; and to promoting an interdisciplinary perspective on diverse cultures.
About the Program
Office Admin. Technology
Office Administration is found in all industries and is excepted to grow by 12 percent in the next several years. Business is the largest undergraduate major in the United States, and it's still growing. The Business, Management and Administration career cluster is concerned with providing knowledge and skills related to planning, organizing, directing and evaluating business functions essential to efficient and productive business operations. Administration career opportunities are available in every sector of the economy. This would include careers related to Accounting, Business Info Systems, Management, Office Administration, Human Resources. Hill College’s Business Certificates and Associate Degrees provides up-to-date management skills for the business and industrial community and anyone seeking first-line business positions as well as upgrading the skills of those presently in the industry. The degrees offer management, marketing and academic core courses.
Degree OptionsOFFICE ADMINISTRATION TECHNOLOGY
Office Support I
Certificate of Completion
18 credit hours
Certificate of Completion
36 credit hours
Associate in Applied Science
60 credit hours
For a complete list of program requirements, please view the catalog online or visit the Hill College Advising Center on the Hillsboro or Johnson County Campuses.
Program OutcomesGraduates will be able to:
- Communicate ideas and information effectively both orally and in writing.
- Demonstrate critical thinking as a foundation for decision making.
- Demonstrate an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
- Display knowledge of basic computer skills.
- Show proficiency in typing/keyboarding skills.
- Perform math/accounting skills.
- Apply other advanced computer skills.
- Demonstrate proper English/grammar skills (writing, spelling and correspondence)