May 21, 2019
- Apply strong interpersonal skills in a service-oriented workplace.
- Provide internal and external customers with customer service that meets or exceeds industry standards.
- Problem solve customer service issues to ensure both customers and business needs are met such as solving a customer’s invoicing problem using an Access database and a proprietary accounts receivable application.
- Utilize office technology and critical thinking skills to address and support business needs such as using current spreadsheet technology to design a budget report.
- Write effective correspondence using proper business industry format such as letters, reports, invoices, memos, purchase orders and e-mail.
- Represent the organization with professional written and oral communication skills.
- Function effectively in a work environment, while understanding and respecting the diverse needs of others.
- Prerequisite classes or knowledge of the Internet.
- Some classes may have entry requirements not listed here.
- BSTEC 105 Introduction to Computers/Windows: 3 credits
- BSTEC 118 10-Key: 2 credits
- This information does not substitute for meeting with a faculty adviser.
- Students must achieve a cumulative 2.0 GPA and a minimum 2.0 GPA in each core course to attain a certificate.
- Certificate programs emphasize preparation in specific job skills required for entry-level employment.
- Not all classes are offered every quarter or at night.
- Students attending only in the evening must remember it is likely to take longer than one year to complete program.
- Coursework is highly interactive and includes field-based internships.
- This program offers flexible registration and open-entry enrollment.
Professional-Technical Core Courses
Total Supporting Course Credits: 5
Related Instruction Courses
Total Related Instruction Credits: 15
Total Program Credits: 46