|APA1111C||Office Accounting I|
This course provides instruction and practice in the fundamentals of accounting. Selected topics include accounts payable and receivable, cash control systems, worksheets, financial statements, adjusting and closing entries, purchases and cash payments, sales and cash receipts and payroll. This course may be used to provide a foundation for Financial Accounting. Activities are recorded manually and in an accounting software program. Lab fee required.
This course focuses on the concepts and operation of the main components of word processor, electronic spreadsheet, database management and presentation software programs. Students will gain fundamental knowledge of a major software suite and learn skills that have practical applications in real world situations. Lab fee required.
|OST1100C||Keyboarding and Document Processing|
Students in this course will master the keyboard by touch. Business letters, reports, envelopes, labels and memos are taught using Microsoft Word. This course is for students with little or no keyboarding experience.
This course develops effective oral and written business communication skills to create successful human relations. Communication skills are taught in the four language areas: listening, reading, writing and speaking. Studies include grammar, proofreading, editing and business communication composition.
|OST2402C||Administrative Office Procedures|
This course provides the student with the experience of performing tasks assigned to an administrative assistant in a business setting. As an administrative assistant, the student will assist with correspondence, meetings, client presentations, travel arrangements and office organization. The student will demonstrate skills in problem-solving, decision-making and critical thinking.
|OST2501||Administrative Office Management|
This course is a study of the current management principles, concepts, organizational trends, technology and human relations as related to the responsibilities of the administrative office manager. Simulations, case studies and projects are used to develop decision-making and supervisory skills necessary for office organization and administration.
|OST2713C||Microsoft Word I|
Basic keyboarding skills are required in this course. Students will learn to process, edit and format text and paragraphs; to use headers, footers, sections, styles, templates and writing tools and print and manage files. In addition, students will learn to use advanced formatting features, graphics, mail merge and tables.
The purpose of this course is to provide students hands-on training using Excel for business, professional and personal use. The student will gain an in-depth understanding of a spreadsheet program. The student will create, edit and format spreadsheets and graphs, work with formulas and functions, sort, filter and subtotal data lists and create and edit macros.
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|OST1108C||Building Typing Speed|
This course is a continuation of OST 1100C, Microcomputer Keyboarding I. This course is an individualized approach to increasing speed and accuracy using keyboarding skills for personal and professional use. Emphasis is placed upon developing correct keyboarding techniques. Exercises are interfaced with Microsoft Word to prepare the student for work in an office as well as for personal use. Business and personal letters, tables, resumes and reports are covered.
|OST1355C||Records Management and Legal Implications|
This course is a study of the principles of effective management for paper-based, electronic and image records systems. Emphasis is placed on the systematic control of the life cycle of all records. Students will learn the basic legal background requirements for the release, retention and storing of records and laws regulating the management of such records. Principles of cost, efficiency and performance are covered as related to the management of all records. Students will also learn how to manage files on their electronic storage device. Career opportunities in records management are included.
|OST2717C||Microsoft Word II|
This course is a continuation of OST 2713C Microsoft Word I. Students will learn to create, edit and format text and paragraphs; to use footers, headers, sections, styles, templates, and writing tools; and to print and manage files. In addition, students will learn to use advanced formatting to merge documents, create and format tables, work with graphics, format macros and work with shared documents.
|OST2794||Internet Research for Business|
This course is a business-oriented Internet class which covers all of the major access routes for using resources on the Internet including e-mail, Telnet, e-mail groups, discussion and the World Wide Web. Also covered will be the legal, ethical and social issues involving the use of the Internet and Internet files. The class will focus on finding and using the business resources available on the Internet. Web page authoring software will be introduced. Students will gain experience building and modifying websites. All class work will be done through the Internet.
This course is designed to teach the concepts, terminology and principles of digital publishing using Microsoft Publisher. Students will develop the skills necessary to create flyers, newsletters, brochures, information sets, business cards, business forms and tables and a website.
Students will learn to plan, create, modify and deliver a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint. Students will enhance presentations using animation, sound and graphics. They will prepare notes and handouts and save presentations in multiple formats.
Students will learn a relational database management system to create and modify tables, queries, forms and reports. Additional topics will include subforms, crosstab queries, PivotTables, PivotCharts and dynamic Web pages. Students will also learn how to import and export data with other software programs. Emphasis is placed on the management of electronic files. Lab fee required.