Code 206 - 63 Credits
The Administrative Assistant program at Kellogg Community College prepares students to enter the career of information-based work activities using computers and the systems that support them. The program includes a rigorous curriculum of classroom and lab experiences that prepare the student for success in small or large businesses. Successful completion of program requirements provide the student an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Office Information Technology - Administrative Assistant.
We are living in a time when the key to success in virtually every profession depends on the skillful use of information. Whether one is a teacher, secretary, supervisor, or company president, the main ingredient in the work involved is information - knowing how to get it, how to use it, how to manage it, and how to disseminate it to others.
At the root of information-based work, activities are computers and the systems that support them. Few professions remain untouched by computers today or will remain so in tomorrow’s world. No matter who you are or what you do for a living, it is likely that computers will somehow impact both the way you work and your success at your work. The Administrative Assistant program will provide you with information about computers, types of computer systems and their components, principles by which computer systems work, practical applications of computers and related technologies, and ways in which the world is being changed by computers. The goal of this program is to provide the student with knowledge of computers and software and a framework for using this knowledge effectively in the workplace.
This curriculum leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree. While this curriculum has been designed for career entry and/or advancement, Kellogg Community College does have articulation agreements with several local universities. Interested students should contact the admissions office of the appropriate institution.
See the following link for program admission information: http://www.kellogg.edu/admissions/.
Certain competencies are essential for success in this curriculum. Prior to enrollment students should have completed the following high school courses, or equivalent, with a grade of C or better:
- Basic Typing
- One-half unit of mathematics
- Two units of English with one unit in composition