Admininistrative Office Professional (AOP)
A thorough exposure to decision making, organization of information, scheduling of appointments, proper telephone technique, coordination of business meetings, making travel arrangements, creation and formatting of special documents, and preparation of a career portfolio. Facilitation of incoming and outgoing mail and e-mail, time management and office ergonomics. Includes real life simulation of on-the-job situations. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to OAA-1142, OAA-142.
A course that incorporates the skills, knowledge and techniques obtained through the completion of previous courses into a final project. Includes the application of job search skills, involves the preparation of resumes and interview techniques, project planning focused on industry and real-world problems, employment of communication skills and technologies. Not available for supplemental.
Requisite courses: Take AOP-1142 (Required, Previous).
A focused opportunity to apply hands-on administrative and organizational skills to planning, organizing, and implementing successful meetings and conferences. Emphasis is on identifying priorities, assigning time lines, developing a master plan and preparing all necessary documents. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to OAA-2240, OAA-240.