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Clerical-Level, and Secretarial specialists need to have skills to perform the daily tasks of running a business. As technology advances, new skills are continually needed as technology is used more and more. An administrative assistant degree provides the necessary training in the best practices and procedures encountered in today's typical office setting. Typically you would earn your associates degree in the administrative field. This allows for quick training for a growing job market. Typically students seek positions with government agencies and non profit organizations, including various other businesses.

Common Administrative Assisting and Office Professional Occupations

  • Secretary
  • Office Professional
  • Medical Secretary
  • Executive Secretary
  • Medical Office Manager
  • Legal Executive Assistant

Associate's Degree Program Information for Administrative Careers

An associate's degree program in administrative assistant is a common approach to getting the training necessary and will introduce students to concepts in business communication, organization and human resource management and train them in typical office tasks, such as scheduling meetings and appointments, filing and maintaining paper and electronic records, budgeting, writing letters, taking phone calls and conducting research. Most programs give specialemphasis to the use of personal computers and business software as facilitating tools. Students develop strong listening, writing, interpersonal and supervisory skills

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