Business Administrative Technology
|Program Guide||Gainful Employment|
In a day and age where the workplace is technology-driven, the demand for professionals who can effectively use computers and software programs to improve communication and optimize business operations is becoming increasingly prominent. Students in our Business Administrative Technology program will foster the knowledge and skills to stay on the cutting edge of today’s demanding workplace.
From spreadsheets and accounting to word processing and database management, the program at SATC will teach you to harness the power of technology to accomplish a wide range of business-related tasks. Whether your goal is to be an entrepreneur developing a successful endeavor or supervising an entire department, this program will give you the tools you need for immediate success in the current job market and the ability to easily adapt as the industry continues to change.
A concentration is required for this program and SATC offers a variety of strands to choose from, including Medical Front Office, Marketing and Management, and Desktop Management. Each represents 14 credit hours of the 26 hour concentration. Additional strands may be taken later to fulfill the A.A.S. degree components.
|1.||Demonstrate the ability to think critically.|
|2.||Demonstrate proficiency in technical program learning outcomes.|
|3.||Demonstrate effective written and verbal communication.|
|4.||Develop positive work habits and interpersonal skills needed for employment.|
|1.||During the coursework, students will develop the technical, communication, critical thinking, and interpersonal/workplace skills necessary for employment.|
|2.||Develop effective oral and written business communications, including listening skills, and customer service skills for employment.|
|3.||Develop knowledge and proficiency for computer software programs, Internet, e-mail, office procedures, accounting, keyboarding, and basic skills for employment.|
|4.||Develop human relation skills and professional behavoir for the workplace including appropriate business attire and business casual attire, attendance, punctuality, telephone eiquette, business protocol, and professionalism.|
|5.||Develop an understanding of the importance of work related skills such as: working independently, teamwork, following direction, time management, problem solving, and critical thinking.|
|6.||Create and organize work to be included in a professional portfolio.|