Office Systems Technology
Thank you for your interest in Office Systems Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree. This program is offered 100% online with some courses offered in the hybrid and in-person modalities. If attending full-time, you can complete your Associate of Applied Science Degree in two years with several industry-based certifications available along your educational journey.
The Office Systems Technology program prepares students for a career in a business office environment utilizing oral, written, and desktop communications skills.The program includes instruction in business communications, public relations, scheduling and travel management, conference and meeting recording, report preparation, office equipment and procedures, office supervisory skills, professional standards, and legal requirements. Students will learn the necessary skills to work for business executives and top management. CIP 520401
Office Systems Technology Certificate and degree options
- Certificate of Technical Studies - Office Assistant (21 credit hours required)
- Certificate of Technical Studies - Word Processor Operator (39 credit hours required)
- Associate of Applied Science in Office Systems Technology (60 credit hours required)
INDUSTRY-BASED CERTIFICATIONS AVAILABLE
- Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Word and PowerPoint (This certification is available in Introduction to CPTR 1100-Computer Applications which is a required course.)
- Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Excel (This certification is available in CINS 1350-Spreadsheets which can be taken as a business elective course.)
- QuickBooks Certified User (This certification is available in ACCT 2500-Computerized Accounting which can be taken as the Accounting elective course.)
SALARY & CAREER OUTLOOK
Fletcher’s Office Systems Technology program prepares students for employment as:
- Office clerks
- Customer service representatives
- Data entry clerks
- Administrative assistants
- Office administrators
Occupational Outlook Handbook
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For students interested in transferring to Nicholls State University to earn a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems, a two plus two guide has been built to meet your needs. Please click on the FTCC Associate of General Studies Transfer Degree Program Handbook 2019-20 in the “links” section on this webpage for more information about this degree. Students can also reach out to a transfer adviser in the Student Success Center (room 127) located at the main campus in Schriever for more details.
Office System Technology Curriculum
FTCC Associate of General Studies Transfer Degree Program Handbook 2019-20