Program Outcomes - Executive Assistant AAS
Upon successful completion of the Executive Assistant AAS degree program, the learner will be able to:
|1.||Read, identify, and prepare standard types of business documents
CSA 120, OAP 171, BUS 220, CSA 101, OAP 251
|2.||Demonstrate appropriate technological skills in basic business software: word processing, spreadsheets, database, as well as using the Internet as a research tool.
CSA 120, CSA 110, CSA 170 CSA 101
|3.||Use appropriate office procedures as related to workforce behaviors, communication essentials, records and financial management, professional responsibilities and growth.
OAP 171, STU 200, MKT 100, OAP 251
|4.||Demonstrate an understanding of basic concepts of law, ethics and corporate responsibility in business, the impact of laws on businesses decisions.
|5.||Demonstrate mathematical and accounting skills including computerized applications.
ACC 100, ACC 215, BUS 151, CSA 110
|6.||Communicate effectively using written and oral communication skills.
OAP 151, OAP 251, WRT 101
|7.||Demonstrate an understanding of management and supervision principles as they apply to a business office setting.
MGT 110, MGT 122, STU 200
|8.||Demonstrate an understanding of general business principles as they apply to a business office setting.
|9.||Utilize computer applications for appropriate business analysis, presentations, and reports.
|10.||Identify good customer service skills for both internal and external customers
MKT 100, OAP 171, MGT 110
|11.||Demonstrate an understanding of current models and best practices in operating a small business.
MGT 124, STU 200
|12.||Demonstrate appropriate critical thinking
STU 200, OAP 171, MGT 124, MKT 100, MGT 110, MGT 122
|13.||Obtain professional skills necessary for a successful career through both classroom and practice-oriented experiences by partnering with the local business community.
OAP 199, OAP 199WK