ADM 101 Document Processing I (3)
This course is designed to develop the student's basic keyboarding skills, with emphasis on the production of various kinds of business correspondence, tabulations, reports, and forms from unarranged and rough-draft sources.
ADM 115 Administrative Procedures I (3)
This course is designed to give students knowledge about the concepts, terminology, skills, and procedures used in a business office. The course will focus on topics such as basic filing, office design, computer and office technology, business writing, and presentations.
ADM 121 Proofreading and Editing (3)
This course is designed to assist students in identifying and correcting errors in abbreviations, formats, grammar, punctuation, word division, capitalization, and number expression. The course also covers reviewing and applying the rules of written language to business documents, such as letters, memos, reports, resumes, agendas, and itineraries.
ADM 131 Microcomputer Applications I (3)
This course is designed to examine and apply the skills, tools, and information necessary to perform basic software applications used with microcomputers. The course will cover Microsoft Word, Outlook, Power Point, and Desktop Publisher.
ADM 135 Business Math with 10 Key (3)
This course will cover fundamental business mathematical operations and will emphasize development of speed and accuracy. The course will also include topics necessary for understanding business and consumer application and accounting techniques. Students will become familiar with using both mechanical and computerized 10-key calculators to complete basic math operations.
ADM 140A Professional Profile I (1)
This course will focus on the knowledge, professionalism, and skills necessary to succeed in business environments and grow personally and professionally. A variety of topics will be presented through campus seminars, faculty and guest speakers, student presentations, and group projects.
ADM 140B Professional Profile II (1)
Prerequisite: ADM 140A
This course continues ADM 140A and will focus on the knowledge, professionalism, and skills necessary to succeed in business environments and grow personally and professionally. A variety of topics will be presented through campus seminars, faculty and guest speakers, student presentations, and group projects.
ADM 141 Applied Media Technology (3)
This course offers an overview of the role that media play in modern society, with emphasis on the ethics, technology, social obligations, and technical skills needed by modern communicators. Course work will include digital photography, electronic publishing, and current office technology. As new technology emerges, it will be incorporated into this course.
ADM 151 Document Processing II (3)
Prerequisite: ADM 101
This course is a continuation of ADM 101. Students are placed in a variety of office settings with each situation emphasizing office skills such as editing, decision making, abstracting information, setting priorities, maintaining a smooth work flow, following directions, and working under pressure with interruptions.
ADM 161 Administrative Procedures II (3)
Prerequisite: ADM 115
This course builds on material covered in Administrative Procedures I and provides additional information on mail and shipping services, career development, effective leadership skills, stress and time management, telephone and teleconference techniques, and travel arrangements.
ADM 171 Microcomputer Applications II (3)
Prerequisite: ADM 131
This course provides advanced instruction on how to use database and spreadsheet software programs. The course is designed to give students in-depth knowledge for using Microsoft Excel and Access. Students will create and manage databases and spreadsheets along with exploring the Internet as a valuable tool in today’s business.
ADM 180 Accounting I (3)
This course is designed to give students a broad overview of business operations and the basic skills needed to keep financial records. Simulations provide students the opportunity to combine individual tasks in hands-on activities.
ADM 280 Occupational Work Experience and/or Special Topics