|Course Title||Course Number||Semester Taken||Credits||Prerequisites|
|OIM Career Exploration||OIM505||1|
|Introduction to Accounting Software||ACC509||1|
|Keyboarding: Document Generation I or MS Word I||OIM101 or OIM 103 see note*||3|
|Business Correspondence and Editing or Admin Business Communication I||OIM130 or OIM132 see note**||3||Prerequisite: Writing Skills II (ENG095)|
|Intro to MS Office||OIM133||3|
|Records and Information Management||OIM106||3||pre/co-req: CIT110 or CIT133|
|Advanced MS Office||CIT233||3||CIT133|
|Collaboration||CIT250||3||CIT133 or approval of the CIT chairperson|
|OIM Practicum||OIM--- See Note***||1||Completion of all coursework see note****|
*Note: OIM101 will change to OIM103 in Spring 2015
**Note: OIM130 will change to OIM132 in Spring 2015
***Note: Students will complete a minimum of 45 hours for the practicum. Students with prior work experience that has been approved by the department chairperson will create a Prior Learning Assessment Portfolio.
****Note: A grade point average of 2.75 and approval by the practicum coordinator is required before students are placed in the practicum.
Using the most current computer applications, this program prepares students to acquire the competencies needed to work in an office environment.
Graduates of this program may qualify for entry-level positions such as receptionists, data-entry clerks, word processing specialists, office assistants, or customer service representatives in a wide range of small and large organizations. More experienced graduates may obtain positions as executive assistants or office managers. Students qualify to take the MS Office certification exam at the end of the program.
Exemption exams are available for OIM101/103 and OIM130/132.
Students who pass these exams could possibly finish in one semester.
MS office certification is available after CIT233.