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Computer Business Office Technology: Word/Information Processing

Award Type: Associate in Science

Word/Information Processing, is designed to provide specialized training for the development of the skills needed for those in management positions that want to enhance their technical office skills. Training includes administrative office procedures with emphasis on word processing, desktop publishing and presentation graphics.

The graduate of the Associate in Science in Computer Business Office Technology: Word/Information Processing will:

  • Demonstrate the use of software applications to accomplish tasks.
  • Apply proper administrative operations and procedures for business.
  • Analyze and solve problems related to administrative operations.
  • Communicate clearly and professionally.

Program Requirements

A major of 24 units is required tor the associate of science degree.

Required core courses (15 units):

Course Number Course Title Units
CBOT 131 Introduction to Word Processing 3.0
CBOT 132 Advanced Word Processing 3.0
CBOT 333 Business Desktop Publishing 3.0
CBOT 334 Administrative Office Procedures 3.0
CBOT 337 Presentation Design - PowerPoint 3.0
or
CBIS 337 Presentation Design - PowerPoint 3.0

Plus a minimum of 9 units selected from the following:

Course Number Course Title Units
ACCT 100 Accounting for Entrepreneurs 3.0
or
ACCT 130 Financial Accounting 3.0
ACCT 150 Introduction to Accounting Information Systems 3.0
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3.0
BUS 160 Business Communications 3.0
CBIS 141 Microsoft Excel-Comprehensive 3.0
CBIS 142 Microsoft Access-Comprehensive 3.0
BUS 372 Workplace Diversity 0.5
BUS 377 Managing Service Quality 0.5
CWE 149 Cooperative Work Experience OCCUPATIONAL 1.0 - 8.0 units

General Education Requirements

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