Business Technology & Service

Administrative Management

Graduates who complete the Administrative Management program possess skills to enable them to function and thrive in the rapidly developing and ever-changing office environment.

Graduates have professional skills to hold positions of responsibility in many areas of the business world.  In addition, these skills are a must for those owning and managing their own business.  These skills include the following:

Communications:  strong oral skills; ability to compose, type, format, proofread, and edit internal and external coorespondence and reports

Office Procedures:  schedule, monitor and track arrangements for travel, meeting, and events; file management, mailing, and telephoning skills; management and ordering of office supplies; record management; and bookkeeping

Computer Skills:  word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, 10-key, web design, presentation software and image editing

Personal Characteristics:  detail-oriented, independent, organized, takes initiative, punctual, dependable, responsible, trustworthy, efficient, respectful and creative

The required work experience prior to graduation enhances the transition from the classroom to the real world of work.

Upon completion of the Administrative Management program, students will:

  • Perform routine clerical skills
  • Demonstrate proficiency in using word processing, spreadsheets, and database applications
  • Demonstrate interpersonal, teamwork, leadership, organizational, and decision-making skills
  • Communicate effectively as a writer, listener, and speaker in social and business settings
  • Apply principles of accounting and math in office situations 

Potential Career Titles:

  • Administrative Executive/Manager/Assistant/Specialist/Associate/Officer/Secretary/Support
  • Office Manager/Coordinator/Administrator/Supervisor
  • Executive Assistant/Secretary