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Administrative Technologies

ADTCC - Overview

Administrative Technology - Overview

There are three certificate programs available for administrative technology, split up into two levels.

Level I Career Certificate

The Administrative Technologies Pathway consists of one, Level I career certificate. This pathway also includes two, Level II career certificate choices.

Administrative technology level 1 Administrative Technology (ADTCC)

The Administrative Technology Career Certificate prepares students for careers in a variety of office and administrative support professions. The focus is on technology used in today’s office environment such as Microsoft Office applications, business office knowledge and communication and interpersonal skills. Graduates are prepared to manage office communications, publications, and document management. Responsibilities include managing and distributing information amongst staff/ administrators, answering phones, and other administrative duties.

After selecting the Level I, Administrative Technology career certificate, students should also choose their complimenting Level II career certificate from the options listed below. Choose your Level II Career Certificate

Level II Career Certificate(s)

Digital technology level 2 Digital Technology (DIGCC)

This certificate, prepares students with digital skills needed to operate in the modern workplace.

Instructional Design and Technology Level 2 Instructional Tech. and Design (ITDCC)

Instructional Technology and Design prepares instructors/ trainers to design, develop, implement and evaluate engaging learning opportunities through the use of technology tools for online or face-to-face delivery to meet varied educational and business needs.

IT generalist level 2 IT Generalist (ITGEN)

The MCC IT Generalist certificate allows students the ability to explore various I.T. topics by choosing any course under the INFO prefix. This certificate is both a standalone certificate and is also a Level II certificate option within the Associate in Applied Sciences – Information Technology (AASIT) degree. Students select 31.5 credit hours from INFO prefix courses.

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