Associate of Applied Science Degree in Office Administration
Wayne Community College
Office administrator's tasks typically include managing office staffs and making sure that their office is running smoothly. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 14 percent increase in office administrator positions from 2010 to 2020, with a median annual income of just over $49,000 in 2012. Wayne Community College's Associate of Applied Science program in Office Administration is designed to provide students with the foundation of skills and knowledge needed to succeed in an administrative support career. The curriculum prepares students for the demands of a dynamic computerized workplace through course emphasis on the use of integrated software, oral and written communication, coordination of office duties and systems, and other relevant support topics.
The curriculum for the Office Administration program consists of a minimum. Online education provides students with the opportunity to earn their degree while still balancing important family and community responsibilities. Relatively small classes of just 20 to 25 students on average allow for one-on-one interaction with professors, something that is often a rarity in larger schools. Wayne Community College's Associate of Applied Science program in Office Administration provides students with the skills they need to become a part of one of the nation's largest occupations.
Degree Level: Associate
Delivery Format: Hybrid
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Established in 1957, Wayne Community College is a public, two-year institution, located in the city of Goldsboro, North Carolina. WCC operates within the framework of the North Carolina Community College System, and awards associate’s degrees, certificates, and diplomas, along with offering career training programs and lifelong learning opportunities. Wayne Community College states a vision “to be the preferred choice for quality education and training in the communities it serves.”
Distance education programs at Wayne Community College include degree, diploma, and certificate options, which can be completed fully online. In addition, the Distance Education Department at WCC also houses hybrid courses, which allow for a combination of eLearning and on-campus degree programs. Web enhanced courses offer Internet supplemental content for traditional on-campus courses.
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