Administrative Support Careers prepares a graduate for a variety of clerical and administrative duties needed to manage an office. Administrative secretaries perform and coordinate the clerical tasks within an office. They successfully complete courses in ethics, priority setting, communication skills and high-level technical skills.
Health Information Technology professionals are critical to the support of clinical staff in the health care industry. Physicians, nurses and other direct patient-contact personnel rely on well-trained medical office professionals to assist them in the creation and retention of quality medical documentation based on patient care. They successfully complete courses in transcription, insurance coding, computerized medical records, and supervisory management.
Legal Office professionals are critical to the support of attorneys and other legal staff in law firms, government agencies, and corporate legal departments. Well-trained legal office professionals assist attorneys and other legal professionals in the creation and retention of quality legal documentation. The AAS legal students train on the latest computer technology. They successfully complete courses and have comprehensive knowledge in litigation, family, real estate, estate planning, probate, civil, corporate, criminal, and bankruptcy law appropriate to a legal administrative assistant. Their studies also include subjects such as accounting, supervisory management, the humanities, social sciences and more.