OFAD 102. Intro to Keyboarding. Introduction to basic keyboarding skills for personal communication, using touch system with emphasis on knowledge of keyboard, and basic formatting (3) Fall only.
OFAD 104. Basic Shorthand. Introduction to the study of Gregg Series 90 shorthand with emphasis on theory mastery. (3) Fall only.
OFAD 108. Basic Business Machines. Introduction to the basic skills needed to operate office and business machines; emphasizes actual laboratory practice with machines. Prerequisite: OFAD 110 or equivalent skills. (2) Spring only.
OFAD 110. Intermediate Keyboarding/Document Formatting. Review and improvement of keyboarding skills, emphasis on formatting, and the development of improved speed and accuracy. Prerequisite: OFAD 102 or equivalent skills. (3) Spring only.
OFAD 112. Intermediate Shorthand. In-depth development and integration of skills in the study of Gregg Series 90 Shorthand; development of dictation and transcription skills. Prerequisite: OFAD 104 or equivalent skills. (3) Spring only.
OFAD 114. Records Management. Introduction to the different methods of filing business records and information, including computer applications; emphasizes the life cycle of information within the office structure. (3) Fall only.
OFAD 120. Intro to Word Processing. Introduces functions of word processing systems to handle information in the office; includes document processing cycle from origination through distribution and storage. Prerequisite: OFAD 110. (3)
OFAD 123. Business Communications I. Focus on fundamentals of English and standards of usage as applied to business applications. (3) Fall only.
OFAD 124. Windows and the Web. Introduction to current Windows functions and available programs plus use of electronic searches. Emphasis on learning Windows functions, accessories programs, and performing electronic searches and electronic office skills. Prerequisite: OFAD 102. (3)
OFAD 125. Business Communications II. Introduction to business writing skills to include writing mechanics and composition. Emphasis is business correspondence to include cross-cultural and international communications. Listening, nonverbal, and speaking skills are reviewed as well as communications for employment. Prerequisites: OFAD 102,120,123. (3)
OFAD 141. Business Computations. Instruction in the essentials of business arithmetic in fundamental computation and problem-solving. (3) Spring only.
OFAD 190. Field Study. Field work to provide the student with a variety of experiences to complement the program of study; designed for students pursuing Associate of Science in Office Administration. Permission of instructor only. (3-6)
OFAD 194. Co-op Work Experience I. Practical work experience for vocational office students, job analysis, application interview, employer and employee relations, and general skill development. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (1-6)
OFAD 196. On-the-job Training I. Practical work experience for vocational office students; job analysis, application/interview, employer and employee relations, and general skill development. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (1-6)
OFAD 202. Advanced Production/Keyboarding. The importance of increasing production through efficient methods and proper organization; major emphasis on development of skills and accuracy in typewriting. Prerequisite: OFAD 110 or equivalent skills. (3) Fall only.
OFAD 206. Secretarial Office Procedures. Examines the nature of general office procedures with emphasis on the duties of the secretarial employee. Prerequisite: OFAD 110, 120. (3) Spring only.
OFAD 208. Office Professional Development. A course dealing with the office environment to include human relations, teamwork skills, ethical behaviors, and diversity. Prerequisites: OFAD 102, 124. (3)
OFAD 210. Advanced Shorthand. Emphasis on building shorthand speed and accuracy through practice and intensive training with vocabulary development. Prerequisite: OFAD 112 or equivalent skills. (3) Fall only.
OFAD 228. Professional Keyboarding/Computer Applications: Business. Emphasis on the forms and terminology used in a business setting covers Medical, Legal and General Bus. Prerequisite: OFAD 202 or equivalent skills. (3) Spring only.
OFAD 230. Professional Shorthand: Business. Development of business shorthand vocabulary, training in spelling, pronunciation, and definitions of business vocabulary; concentration on extensive writing and transcription practice covers Medical, Legal and General Bus. Prerequisite: OFAD 210 or equivalent skills. (3)
OFAD 234. Administrative Office Management. Introduces students to management philosophies and principles of modern administrative practices including human resources; to enable the student to make intelligent and timely decisions as part of a management team.
OFAD 238. Word Processing Applications. Development of skills in performing advanced and specialized functions on automated text-editing software and computers; emphasizes specialized procedures in producing all types of business information through a practicum. Prerequisite: OFAD 120. (3) Spring.
OFAD 248. Secretarial Accounting I. Emphasis is given to problems in context of legal and medical professional offices using cash methods of accounting. (3)
OFAD 250. Secretarial Accounting II. Computerized accounting, procedures using integrated software with hands on approach. Permission of instructor. (3) Spring only.
OFAD 285/295. Independent Study. Extension of knowledge and skills in office studies through independent self-paced studies. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. (1-6)
OFAD 294. Co-Op Work Experience II. Practical work experience for vocational office students; job analysis, application/interview, employer and employee relations, and general skill development. Prerequisite: OFAD 194 and permission of instructor. (1-6)
OFAD 296. On-the-job Training II. Practical work experience for vocational office students; job analysis, application/interview, employer and employee relations, and general skill development. Prerequisite: permission of instructor and OFAD 196. (3)
PHIL 100. Introduction to Philosophy. Designed to acquaint the student with philosophical problems and methods through systematic discussion of selected questions concerning the nature and grounds of knowledge, morality, and religion. (3)
PHIL 101. Thinking and Problem Solving. Development of such problem-solving techniques as common sense, verification of facts, validity of logic, existentialist analysis, and computer modeling; explores the humanistic value of thinking in itself as distinguished from problem-solving. (3)
PHIL 200. Contemporary Philosophy and Religious Thought. An analysis of perennial problems of religion and solutions of them by recent thinkers: religion and science, revelation and reason, grounds for belief in God, and relation of God to the world. (3)
PHIL 201. Logical Methods. Designed to aid the student in critical thinking; analysis of ethical, emotional, and logical appeals, and fallacies in argument. (3)
PHIL 211. Survey of the New Testament. Introduction to literary content of New Testament writings; examination of the historical, religious, cultural and political contexts of New Testament writings and their authors; special attention given to apocalyptic and apocryphal themes. Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102. (3)
PHIL 300. Recent Philosophy .A critical examination of important trends in American and European philosophy of the recent past, particularly various schools of linguistic analysis, phenomenology, logical positivism, and existentialism. (3)
PHIL 400-404. Problems of Philosophy. A critical examination of philosophical problems and issues, including selected problems of language, theory of knowledge, ethics, and science. (3)
PHIL 485. Directed Study in Philosophy.(1-3)
PHIL 495. Tutorial Readings. (1-3)