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Workplace Technology

Overview

Administrative Technology

If you like to use the computer for a variety of tasks and work well with others, a workplace technology profession may be for you. This program is designed for students wanting to enter employment in a variety of office and administrative support professions, or for students who are already employed in an office profession and want to advance their career. The Workplace Technology Program provides students the core knowledge and skills needed to successfully perform the following job duties in today’s rapidly changing business world.

  • Communicating with customers
  • Coordinating tasks, meetings, and scheduling appointments
  • Maintaining company records and organizing files
  • Preparing documents and processing reports
  • Troubleshooting minor technical problems

Digital Technology

If you have a passion for the latest technology and see yourself working in the digital space, then you might be interested in a career as a digital technologist. This is one of the fastest growing and emerging fields in Information Technology.   

The role of a digital technologist involves the design and implementation of digital skills, strategies and solutions in the workplace. Your responsibilities in this role, vary depending on the industry in which you are employed; but focus on leveraging information and communication technology in business.  

Job & Salary Outlook

The career path can lead to specializing in fields such as education, creative industries, construction, business, marketing and cybersecurity.  

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers in computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 11 percent from 2019 to 2029, much faster than the average for all occupations. 

Degrees & Certificates Offered

Faculty

Dr. Mary Ball
Phone: 531-622-2857

Pam McCloskey​
Phone:531-622-4665

SCHEDULE

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Additional Info

Skills Learned: 

  • Problem-solving 
  • Critical thinking 
  • Managing projects 
  • Webpage creation and management 
  • Web analytics 
  • Social Media 
  • Online applications for collaboration and business environments 

Administrative Technology Career Certificate (29 credits) classes:

  • INFO1001 Information Systems & Literacy (4.5)
  • INFO1008 Business Office Communications (4.5); includes Outlook
  • INFO1010 Customer Service Skills (4.5)
  • INFO 1013 Keyboard Skillbuilding (2.0) 
  • INFO 1227 Technology Applications (4.5) 
  • INFO1228 MS Office I (4.5)
  • INFO1229 MS Office II (4.5)

Digital Technology Career Certificate (27 credits) classes:

  • INFO 1011 Project Management (4.5)
  • INFO 1311 Web Page Creation (4.5)
  • INFO 1322 Word Press (4.5)
  • INFO 1327 Web Analytics, SEO and SM (4.5)
  • INFO 2242 Digital Collaboration Tools (4.5)
  • INFO 2341 Fundamentals of Software Testing (4.5)