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2016-2017 Catalog 
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Business Technology, Administrative Computer Specialist Option, A.A.S.

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Business Technology Program AAS


  • Provide students with the general education and technical skills necessary to become efficient and effective employees within the office technology workforce.
  • Provide students with soft skills training that will enhance their general knowledge about interpersonal relationships and the workforce in general.


Graduates of the Office Technology Programs will be able to:

  • Demonstrate problem-solving, critical-thinking, oral, and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrate soft skills including professional skills and the ability to work effectively within groups.
  • Demonstrate a competent use of a variety of software applications in the area of business technology.


  • Model Office Sites/Supervisor Feedback and Grading
  • Montana Tech Placement Survey
  • Montana Tech Graduate Survey
  • Advisory Boards
  • Student Evaluations
  • Surveys of Local Businesses
  • Graduate Survey

Administrative Computer Specialist

The office professional is expected to be versatile and accomplished beyond the routine skills of keyboarding and filing.  The ability to operate computers using varied software is crucial and will be provided in this program.  In addition to office skills, it is essential that an office professional be adept at interpersonal relations and communications.

Minimum credits for an AAS degree in Business Technology - Administrative Computer Specialist: 62

Completion of the first two semesters may result in the award of a CERTIFICATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE - OFFICE ASSISTANT. Students must complete a course in each of the following areas: English, Math, and Psychology.

This program is designed for fall entry. If a spring entry is desired, it will take longer than two years to complete.

* Offered Only in Fall
** Offered Only in Spring

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