Administrative Assistant A.A.S.
Dakota College at Bottineau
Dakota College at Bottineau offers a completely online degree for individuals who are interested in earning an Administrative Assistant A.A.S. degree. This degree can be put towards careers such as an administrative assistant or receptionist.
Prospective students will need to apply for admission. Since students will be taking this program online, submission of immunization and housing forms is not required. Admission also requires transcriptions from former colleges and SAT or ACT placement scores. Online students may also apply for financial aid. After acceptance, students can then choose and register for classes. Participants should converse with their program advisor to choose the courses that fit their academic needs.
Individuals in this field often perform tasks that include greeting visitors, performing clerical work, answering telephones, providing information to their place of business, screening calls, routing calls, and coordinating mail in and out of the office. Administrative assistants are welcomed in almost every industry, including hospitals, schools, medical offices, and government agencies.
Some of the courses participants may take in this program are Business Math, Records Management, Fundamentals of Public Speaking, Business Communications, Word Processing, and Desktop Publishing, among others. The course College Writing Preparation may be waived if students have achieved a high enough score on the ACT. Besides the required courses, students may take six other elective courses of their choosing.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission
When the state constitution of North Dakota was ratified in 1889 it included a provision for a forestry school to help promote the growth of trees on the prairies. Seven years later the Dakota College at Bottineau opened up as a School of Forestry, using the land around it as a foundation for study in forestry, horticulture, sustainable vegetable production and wildlife.
While the school is best known for its environmental studies, the two-year public college offers a wide variety of courses outside of forestry. There are Associate of Applied Science programs that provide two-year career and technical degrees in other subjects such as information technology and advertising and marketing, as well Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) transfer programs that lay out the base coursework for a bachelor's degree.
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