Office Systems Technology
Associate in Applied Science
- Bilingual Office Specialist
- Educational Office Specialist
- Legal Office Specialist
- Medical Office Specialist
- Microsoft Office Specialist
- Office Professional Specialist
- Records & Information Management
To apply for a Professional Series certificate of achievement, complete the degree audit application online through WebAdvisor. Log in to your WebAdvisor account, click on “Students” then “Application for graduation.” Complete the online form, submit and make the $30 payment to complete the process.
After receiving your audit application with payment, the Enrollment Services staff will complete the audit.
If you have met all of the requirements for the Professional Series, you will be certified and you will be mailed a certificate of achievement along with a cover. If you have any questions, please contact Enrollment Services, 609-343-5645, 609-463-4774, ext. 5645, or
The Office Systems Technology program is designed to meet the demand for qualified administrative office professionals to enter, advance or re-enter the workforce in corporations, educational institutions, hospitals and medical offices, governmental agencies, businesses, as well as virtual environments.
This program is offered on a full- or part-time basis, with classes available online and in person. An Associate in Applied Science in Office Systems Technology, as well as specialist programs providing certificates are available.
The coursework includes keyboarding, word processing, computer technology and applications, multimedia and publishing applications, administrative management, records and information management, effective communications and human relations.
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Transfer your credits to a four-year college or university.
Administrative Office Procedures’ Students invite you to an
Administrative Professionals Week® observance:“Honoring the office professionals who make offices work”
Thursday, April 25, 2013
Atlantic Cape Community College, Cafeteria B
Earn college credit and advance your career through a short-term certificate program that allows you to specialize in your area of expertise.
Receive training to work in an office environment, including word processing, computer technology, multimedia applications, and effective communication.
Earn an AAS to assist in career development or to transfer to a four-year institution.
Cooperative education provides the opportunity to work as an office professional to gain experience and receive credit.