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  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
Catalog 2017-2018

Administrative Management (A.S.) +



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About the Degree
Career Information
General Education Requirements 
Program Requirements  


The Administrative Management program prepares you for entry-level professional positions in a variety of settings. The program provides you with the skills necessary to manage administrative processes. You also enjoy the flexibility to explore opportunities in various career fields.

+ This program can be completed fully online.

Program Outcomes

Graduates of the Administrative Management program will be able to:

  • use information technology to create, edit, and format business documents including, but not limited to, reports, correspondence, and presentations;
  • describe and discuss human resource management functions;
  • demonstrate the ability to use financial functions to complete administrative management tasks including, but not limited to, budgets, journals, financial statements, and payroll documents;
  • demonstrate academic skills required of all CCV graduates, including competency in writing, information literacy, oral communication, and quantitative reasoning; and
  • explore pathways for educational and career development in the student’s field of study.

The Administrative Management program is great for you if:

  • you are currently working in or have interest in managing an office, supervising staff, or being an administrative or executive assistant;
  • you have problem solving skills, can communicate effectively, are comfortable with technology, and enjoy administrative tasks;
  • you want to gain skills you can apply immediately in the workplace; and
  • you may be interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management.

Key information and advice for students in the Administrative Management program:

  • CCV’s Administrative Management program prepares students for office management positions in a variety of settings.
  • Electives in the program allow students to explore careers in fields such as business, technology, allied health, hospitality and tourism, human services, and education.
  • This is a great program for transfer to a 4-year school for a variety of business related majors.

The Administrative Management program prepares you for careers such as:

  • Office Manager
  • Executive and Administrative Assistant
  • Administrative Services Manager
  • Human Resource Assistant
  • Supervisor roles in a variety of industries

Job outlook in Administrative Management in the state of Vermont:

Title
Median
Salary
Projected Growth
(10 Yrs)
Secretary  $29,000  1%
Customer Service Representative  $28,400  15%
Medical Secretary  $31,300  14%
Executive and Administrative Assistants  $41,000  10%

 

Source: Vermont Department of Labor, http://www.vtlmi.info/oic.cfm

 

Transfer Options:

For more information about special transfer agreements between CCV and other colleges, visit our transfer page.

Visit www.vtcolleges.org to learn about additional bachelor degree options in Vermont.

General Education Requirements


All associate degrees include completion of general education requirements which, together with program requirements, constitute a minimum of 60 credits. In some cases program requirements also fulfill general education requirements. You may not use a single course to meet two general education requirements.

Core Competencies


Complete at least one course in each of the following:

Areas of Inquiry


Complete at least one course in each of the following:

Integrative Approaches


Complete one course in the following:

Complete the following:

Program Requirements


Courses are listed in the order in which we recommend you take them.

Electives: 2 - 3 credits


Note(s)


* You may use a course to meet both a program requirement and a general education requirement; however, you may not use a single course to meet two general education requirements.

Minimum Total Credits in Degree: 60


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