OFC 266 : Administrative Office Management
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to office management principles, critical thinking, and concepts including organizational trends, technology, cultural diversity, and global business ethics. Basic principles of management, problem solving, system thinking, and productivity evaluation are explored. The Microsoft Excel Certification Exam is offered. Prerequisite: OFC 117 with a grade of C or better or permission of the department chair. Three lecture hours per week. Instructional Support Fee applies. 3 credits Fall, Spring
- Prepare financial reports, handle expenses and purchases using electronic methods.
- Use time management skills to maximize productivity and success.
- Develop the skills to work well with others as a team member.
- Analyze a business situation and make decisions confidently and in an appropriate time frame.
- Understand the concepts of business, marketing, and management.
- Develop the skills to work well with others in a supervisory position.
- Identify priorities and organize office work flow.
- Conduct an effective interview to obtain information or to evaluate skills.
- Develop a training program to train workers to do specified tasks.
- Design an effective office design.
- Develop the management skills in motivating, training, problem solving, and other issues related to employees.