In addition, student will complete one of the following specializations:
Accounting / Budgeting Operations Specialization:
Retail Management Specialization:
All are included in the related AS Degree in Business Administration and Management program so they can be used as building blocks toward completing that degree.
Admission requirements are the same as for degree seeking college credit programs. Students interested in more than one specialization should consider the AS degree program.
Business - Related Certificate Programs
NFCC is committed to meeting the employment needs of the business community in its six-county service district and surrounding areas. Business-related certificate programs are developed and implemented on an ‘on-demand’ basis. An applicant pool must reach a specific level prior to program offering. Please contact the Coordinator of Workforce Education or the Dean of Academic Affairs, (850) 973-1603 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for program offering information.
Business - Administrative Assistant
1050 Clock Hours | 35 Vocational Credit Hours
The Administrative Assistant Program is designed to prepare students for work as file clerks, office clerks, secretaries, or administrative assistants. The program also provides supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in any of these occupations. This program can be used to train for immediate employment or as the starting point for continued education.
Students in this program should be advised by the instructor or the program manager before enrolling courses. For additional information call (850) 973-9493.
Program Courses..............................................................................................1050 Clock Hours
This program does not articulate into any degree program.
Throughout the program, students learn broad, transferable skills that are the foundation for success in all business environments. The program stresses understanding and demonstration of the elements of the office support services industry. The coursework is designed to begin training in basic office skills and progress to more complex skill levels.
The course content will include, but not limited to:
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