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Administrative Support

If you are detail-oriented, organized and work well with people, a career in administrative support could be a great choice for you.

Our programs in this area prepare you with the professional office skills and practical training needed to work for small family-owned businesses, large corporations, law firms and other organizations that rely on administrative and clerical support. You’ll learn to perform administrative responsibilities and the latest computer applications.

Whether you want a career as an administrative assistant, office manager, front-desk receptionist or legal administrative assistant, an education in administrative support could help you get there.

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Administrative Assistant

Learn about office and project management, business writing and presentations, accounting and other office procedures.

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Administrative Office Management

Develop the administrative and communication skills necessary for a position as an office manager, supervisor or as assistant to a top executive.

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Clerical Assistant

Looking for an entry-level office position? Learn about customer service, keyboarding, document formatting, office procedures, scheduling and calendaring to help you get the job you want.

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Front Office Professional

Learn the professional skills and techniques to greet callers, make and receive telephone calls, format correspondence and reports, and perform a variety of general office duties.

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Legal Administrative Assistant

Develop both the professional office skills and legal knowledge for a career as an administrative assistant in the legal world. 

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Legal Receptionist

Gain the skills to perform general legal office work, including scheduling, greeting clients and answering phones.

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Legal Administration

Gain the management, bookkeeping and computer skills to run the business portion of a law office or other legal setting in a supervisory capacity.