CURRICULAR GUIDE

Office Specialist: Comp Apps
Certificate of Achievement

Curriculum Code: 0924  (Effective Fall 2000 - Summer 2005)

An office specialist is skilled in the use of word processing, database,
spreadsheet, and graphics software. Responsibilities include office procedures,
business document preparation, proofreading, records management, and internet
usage. Additional training will enhance an individual's employment and
advancement opportunities. 

Students should see the "Course Descriptions" section of this catalog or the
Course Schedule for course prerequisite information.  Basic skills assessment and
advising information may be found on page 8 of this catalog.

Contact the Business Careers Department, Old Central Building, Room 210,
telephone number (517) 483-1522.

REQUIREMENTS                                                 Total: 32 Credits
CODE        TITLE                                                 CREDIT HOURS
ACCG 100    Practical Accounting Non-Major                                   3
CABS 113    Microsoft Word Office/Int Key                                    4
CABS 126    Excel                                                            2
CABS 133    Microsoft Access Database                                        2
CABS 182    Microsoft PowerPoint/Windows                                     2
CISB 102    Internet Literacy                                                3
OADM 102    Editing Business Documents                                       2
OADM 195    Human Behavior in Work Place                                     3
OADM 203    Professional Office Procedures                                   2
OADM 215    Records and Info Management I                                    3
OADM 240    Office Internship                                                3
WRIT 114    Business English                                                 3

            MINIMUM TOTAL                                                   32

1.    It is recommended that students entering this curriculum have keyboarding
      and Windows experience. This experience may come from life or work
      experience, CABS 100 seminars, CABS 101, CABS 104, or CABS 195.

Students should see course descriptions to find out when departments plan to
offer courses.  Students who for any reason are unable to follow the course
sequence suggested below (for example, those who are part-time, have transferred
in courses from another school, or have prerequisites to fulfill) should contact
an academic advisor or counselor for help with adjustments.

I                 II
ACCG 100          CABS 126
CABS 113          CABS 133
CABS 182          CISB 102
OADM 195          OADM 102
OADM 203          OADM 215
WRIT 114          OADM 240