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Lake Region State College

Administrative Assistant

and Office Management

The Administrative Assistant and Office

Management program prepares graduates to

fulfill the duties of a professional assistant.

Employment opportunities for such skilled

administrative professionals are many and

diverse.

The Certificate can be earned in two

semesters and will open doors to entry-level

positions in word processing centers and

general offices. The Associate in Applied

Science Degree includes strong skill-building

courses and the 20-credit general education

requirement for an AAS degree. Many

employers believe the broad knowledge

provided by the general education courses

is important and they may give preference

to job applicants who have completed this

higher degree program.

Note: Students must be able to keyboard at

the rate of 35 words per minute as indicated

by a proficiency test. Those not attaining

this level must successfully complete BOTE

102. Completers of BOTE 102 may substitute

BOTE 127 for BOTE 201 for certificate only.

Certificate

BOTE 112

1

BOTE 115

1

BOTE 116

1

BOTE 127

3

BOTE 147

3

BOTE 152

3

BOTE 201

3

BOTE 214

3

BOTE 217

3

BOTE 275

3

BUSN 192

3

BUSN 282

1

Program Electives

3

Academic Information

Associate in Applied Science

First Year

BOTE 112

1

BOTE 115

1

BOTE 116

1

BOTE 127

3

BOTE 147

3

BOTE 152

3

BOTE 201

3

BOTE 214

3

BOTE 217

3

BOTE 275

3

BUSN 282

1

ENGL 110

3

Program Electives

6

Second Year

BOTE 209

3

BUSN 192

3

Program Electives

6

Electives

5

Humanities/Social Science Electives 6

MATH/SCNC/CSCI Electives

3

Physical Education Electives

2

Adult Farm Management

The Adult Farm Management program

provides area farmers with the opportunity

to gather information and develop the

skills necessary for the rapidly advancing

technology in agricultural production.

Areas of instruction include farm records,

farm analysis, and current topics. Contact

the Agriculture Department for further

information.

AGRI 241

3

AGRI 242

3

AGRI 299

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