This certificate program provides the graduate with entry-level skills as a receptionist or office assistant performing general clerical tasks. Responsibilities may include operating basic office equipment, handling daily telephone calls, mail, and records management tasks. Current computer and technology skills are applied in all areas of Microsoft Office, desktop publishing, and use of the Internet.
Business Administrative Systems program representatives assist students with job placement efforts throughout the program. The courses for this certificate may be applied to the Associate of Applied Science degree in the same area.
|General Education Requirements||12|
|BAS/CPT 103||Microcomputer Applications||3|
|MAT 105||Applied Math||3|
|Required Courses in Business Administrative Systems||22|
|BAS 105||Proofreading & Editing Business Documents||3|
|BAS 150||Managing Information-Outlook||1|
|BAS 160||Word Processing - Word||2|
|BAS 165||Presentations - PowerPoint||2|
|BAS 170||Spreadsheet Applications - Excel||2|
|BAS 175||Database Applications - Access||2|
|BAS 190||Planning and Design Concepts (Microsoft Publisher)||2|
|BAS 245*||Administrative Procedures||3|
|BAS 247*||Administrative Supervision||3|
|BAS 290||Publishing Projects (Adobe InDesign)||2|
|Additional Required Courses for Clerical Assistant Option||2|
|BAS 131||Telephone Communication Skills (Online Course)||1|
|BAS 136||Business Communications (Online Course)||1|
|Total Required Hours||36|
* Students must earn a C or above in these courses in order to graduate.
Contact information, Nancy Graviett 636-922-8390
Call 636-922-8334Business Administrative Systems (BAS)
Technology Building, Room 105