An associate in Business Applications Technology from UC Online, will prepare you for a broad spectrum of careers that connect with your individual interests and passions. You will have the opportunity to develop skills working with data and information while also learning and working with cutting edge business software.
Graduates earning an Associate degree in Business Applications Technology obtain positions like:
Office Managers are responsible for managing office procedures and directly supervising and coordinating the activities of the administrative support team.
Technology Coordinators assess new technologies and manage software license acquisition and implementation.
An information coordinator collects, analyzes, processes, and distributes information according to an organization’s policies, procedures, and government regulations.
A Digital and Social Media Specialist is a professional in charge of creating a company’s social media strategy and content to attract new customers and help keep existing customers engaged on various platforms.
Customer service representatives interact with customers to handle complaints, process orders, and answer questions.
Administrative Assistants use computer software to create spreadsheets, manage databases, and prepare presentations and documents.
Salary data pulled from Lightcast Q3 2022 Data Set economicmodeling.com, and 2021 Median pay salary data from Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook at bls.gov.
Microsoft Office Specialist
Your coursework will prepare you for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) examinations. MOS certification is the globally recognized standard for validating expertise with the Microsoft Office suite of business productivity applications. This certification gives both job applicants and employees proof of their productivity and, therefore, a head start in a competitive market for jobs and promotions.
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