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Office information system (OIS)

Keyboarding/Typing:

OIS 101 - Lab - 40 clock hours

This course is designed to instruct the beginning student in the use of proper techniques to master the microcomputer keyboard. Students learn the proper techniques of alphanumeric keyboarding and the ten-key numeric keypad. Minimum speed requirement is 20 net words per minute on three timed writings with a three errors limit.

OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEM

680

OBJECTIVES:

The office information system is designed for the mature student whose aspirations extend beyond secretarial proficiency to the opportunities available in office administrative management. This program provides the opportunity for students to improve their MS Windows and Microsoft Office software applications literacy and job skills. Software application courses help students through hands-on experience to advance their professional careers. Manage their personal affairs, and improve performance in other business courses.

Career Opportunities:

Graduates who have completed office information system program already hold excellent positions in industry and in the professions but acknowledge the need for further education and professional growth. Students who complete the program will be prepared to obtain employment as an entry level administrative assistant, administrative or executive secretaries; software specialists, word processing supervisors and trainers; and data entry clerks in various business, industrial, governmental, and professional offices.