The Clerical Studies certificate program is designed for students interested in attaining an entry-level skill for office employment with short-term training.
This curriculum is designed to provide specialized administrative support technology education in the legal field. It is recommended for students interested in a professional career as a legal assistant to an attorney or judge; assistant in a legal office of a corporation, of a university, or of an insurance company; or for employment with municipal, state and federal government agencies.
This curriculum is designed to provide specialized administrative support technology education in the medical field. The curriculum is designed for students interested in a professional career as an administrative medical assistant or medical biller/coder in a private medical practice, in a hospital setting, and in other health care organizations. In addition, the Administrative Support Technology curriculum offers basic skills training and advanced training complementary to the information systems demands of the electronic office.
By 2022, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment for administrative assistants will grow by 13.2 percent. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for full-time employment immediately upon completion of the community college program.
The Medical Office Assisting Career Studies Certificate program provides the skills needed to work as a receptionist or clerical office assistant in a medical facility.