ARE YOU READY FOR A JOB INOFFICE INFORMATION COORDINATOR? Certificate of Specialization (CS)
Associate in Applied Science Degree in Information Systems: Office information Coordinator is a 65-credit-hour program that prepares students to use office technology, including current computer hardware, operating and application software, and traditional and state-of-the-art office equipment such as personal digital assistants, voice recognition technology and scanners. Students will become proficient at using microcomputer office applications and desktop computer systems. They also will learn to supervise and train others in their use.
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- Program Curriculum
Office Information Coordinator (AAS) 65 Credits
Program Total 65 credits I. Career General Education 19 credits ENG:101 College Composition I 3 COM:101 Oral Communication I 3 XXX:xxx Natural Science/Mathematics Elective 3 MTH:160x College Algebra
MTH:160A or MTH:160B or MTH:160C
4 XXX:xxx Missouri State Requirement 3 Choose one of the following courses 3 ECO:151 Principles of Macroeconomics PSY:200 General Psychology PSY:206 Introduction to Social Psychology SOC:101 Introduction to Sociology SOC:103 Human Behavior at Work and Business II. Physical Education Activity 2 credits III. Area of Concentration 44 credits ACC:100 Applied Accounting 3 BUS:104 Introduction to Business Administration 3 IS:103 Information Systems for Business 3 IS:123 Introduction to Windows 1 IS:124 Windows—Advanced Topics 1 IS:132 Windows—Intermediate Topics 1 IS:129 HTML 1 IS:130 Hardware and Software Support 3 IS:136 Internet Fundamentals 1 IS:102 Keyboarding and Formatting 3 IS:210 Office Procedures 3 IS:200 Electronic Records Management 2 IS:157 Microcomputer Applications-Intermediate Word Processing 1 IS:126 E-Mail and Information Management 1 IS:109 Proofreading and Editing Skills 1 IS:155 Office Technology 2 IS:161 Microcomputer Applications—Advanced Word Processing 1 IS:156 Microcomputer Applications—Intermediate Database 1 IS:164 Voice Recognition Technology 1 MGT:101 Introduction to Supervision 3 Choose one of the following three credit hour courses IS:139 Web Publishing 3 IS:135 Communication and Design for the WWW I 3 IS:141 Graphics for the Web 3 IS:291 Workplace Learning: Information Systems 3 Choose one of the following 5 credit hour options: IS:151 Microcomputer Applications in Business 4 IS:158 Microcomputer Application-Intermediate Spreadsheets 1 (or) IS:118 Microcomputer Applications—Databases 1 IS:119 Microcomputer Applications—Word Processing 1 IS:125 Excel for Windows 2 IS:137 Microcomputer Applications—Presentation Software 1 (or) IS:118 Microcomputer Applications—Databases 1 IS:119 Microcomputer Applications—Word Processing 1 IS:120 Microcomputer Applications—Spreadsheets 1 IS:137 Microcomputer Applications—Presentation Software 1 IS:158 Microcomputer Application—Intermediate Spreadsheets 1
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