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The Office Technology Department offers 23 courses in its well-equipped classroom. Microsoft Office 2013 is used for software application courses. Many courses have flexible start dates; online courses may only be started at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters; and all courses have deadlines for assignments and tests. If you register for a course that starts at the beginning of the semester, it is important to come to the Office Technology classroom, Duncan Hall, Room 301, to pick up your materials and get started. If you register for one of our courses that start later in the semester, you must come to the classroom as soon as you have registered to begin the course. When you are working in the classroom, just raise your hand and an instructor will assist you one-on-one.  The courses are listed below; click on a link to read the course outline and find out more about the course that interests you.

Word Processing and Publishing (Microsoft Word)

CMSY-102 Beginning Word Processing

CMSY-104 Advanced Word Processing

Spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel)

CMSY-101 Beginning Spreadsheets

CMSY-117 Advanced Spreadsheets

Databases (Microsoft Access)

CMSY-103 Beginning Databases 

CMSY-118 Advanced Databases

PowerPoint for Presentations

CMSY-116 PowerPoint

Microsoft Office 

CMSY-110 Software Applications for Micros 

CMSY-136 Integrated Software Applications

OFFI-275 Office Simulation


CMSY-126 Introduction to Internet


CMSY-127 Microsoft Outlook

Web Design and Development

CMSY-128 Introduction to HTML

Operating Systems

CMSY-132 Introduction to Windows


CMSY-123 Microsoft Office Publisher


OFFI-102 Editing Skills


OFFI-279 Keyboarding


OFFI-281 Legal Document Preparation

OFFI-283 Legal Transcription and Terminology


OFFI-260 Medical Terminology

OFFI-270 Medical Transcription Techniques

OFFI-293 Beginning Medical Transcription

OFFI-297 Advanced Medical Transcription