Become an Office Administration Professional
Considering taking some business administration and management classes? There are a lot of business administration courses out there, but the InterCoast College Business Office Administration Program is comprehensive and practical.
If you’re based in California, you can enroll in this course 100% online. The Business Office Administration Program helps to launch professional careers in office admin. It could help you compete in today’s fast-paced business environment.
The Microsoft Office suite is the most up-to-date and popular admin software around. Students in the Business and Office Admin course learn how to use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Additionally, students discover a range of skills for business and office management, including:
- Business communication
- General office procedures
- Customer service skills
- Human resources practices
- Business law
Did you know?
*Office and administrative support jobs make up over 16 percent of U.S. employment. That number has been growing year on year. That means there are more office-based opportunities available than ever before. Now is a great time to launch a new career as an office administrator or business assistant.
(*Data from a 2013 study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Department of Labor)
The InterCoast College Business Office Administration Program is a leading business course. Graduates become qualified for entry-level positions in a wide variety of businesses. By choosing to study Business Admin at InterCoast, students are not tied to one industry or job title.
Popular industries for students after the course, include positions in the following sectors:
A few popular job descriptions that students pursue after the course include:
- Administrative Assistant
- Office Manager
- Administrative Manager
- Administrative Specialist
- Director of Operations
- Administrative Coordinator
- Administrative Director
- Administrative Officer
The Office Admin Training program teaches students important office practices and computer skills.
Students also learn:
- Typing and note-taking
- Business communications
- General office skills
- Human resources best practices
- Spreadsheet management
- Presentation development