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Business Management & Administration

Accounting Operations

Accounting Operations

Program Length:
900 hours (approximately 10 months – full time)

Course Content:

Students will receive a broad foundation of knowledge and skills expanding the traditional role of the bookkeeper including double-entry accounting, preparation of financial statements and payroll processing.  Students will also learn accounting-specific software including Excel, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Office.

After successfully completing this program, the student will be able to perform basic office activities, data processing activities, and manual and computerized accounting activities using QuickBooks, Excel, and various other software packages.

Administrative Office Specialist

Administrative Office Specialist

Program Length:
1050 hours (approximately 10 months – full time)

Course Content:
Students will be prepared for employment as an Administrative Assistant, Administrative Specialist, Front Desk Specialist, and Information Technology Assistant. This program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills expanding the traditional role of the administrative assistant. The content includes the use of technology to develop communication skills, higher-level thinking skills, and decision making skills; the performance of office procedures tasks; the production of quality work in an efficient manner using advanced features of business software applications; administrative/financial functions; production of desktop publishing quality documents; exploration of new technologies; research of job opportunities; and the production of high quality employment portfolios and job-seeking documents.

After successfully completing this program, the student will be able to perform office procedures and tasks, computer applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access, and manual and computerized accounting activities using QuickBooks, Excel, and various other software packages.

Court Reporting Technology, Court Reporting

Business Management & Analysis

Program Length:
900 hours (approximately 10 months – full time)

Course Content:
The content of the program focuses on technical skill proficiency especially in the areas of spreadsheets, database management, and project management. Students will gain proficiency in all phases of communication skills – reading, writing, and oral communication, as well as customer service skills.

The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment in careers in business, management, and administration. The content includes communication skills, accounting concepts and practices, business law concepts, leadership skills, business computer applications, business ethics, governmental regulations, human resources and management issues, financial and data analysis, and career development.

Court Reporting Technology, Court Reporting

Court Reporting Technology,
Court Reporting 2 & 3

Program Length:
2850 hours (approximately 28 month full-time)

Court Reporting Technology               Court Reporting 2                        Court Reporting 3
750 hours (7 months)                         650 hours (6 months)                  1500 hours (15 months)

Course Content:
Court reporters record verbatim (word-for-word) testimony and produce transcripts of the testimony. Instruction includes an introduction to verbatim writing skills to work with persons with hearing loss (CART – Communication Access Realtime Translation) and provide captioning for television. The program at ATC utilizes the latest technology in computer-aided transcription and real-time writing; i.e., the ability to have an instantaneous translation of the spoken word by projecting the words onto a television screen for the benefit of persons with hearing loss or onto computer monitors for the benefit of trial participants.

This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of three levels. Students completing Court Reporting Technology and Court Reporting 2 possess the entry-level skill-set of a scopist or transcriptionist. To become a Court Reporter, students must complete all three levels of the program. This program places strong emphasis on conflict-free theory, real-time writing, speed development, legal terminology, medical terminology, courtroom procedures, and English skills. When a student reaches the speed of 200 words a minute, he/she participates in an internship that enables the student to sit in on trials and depositions with a working reporter, thus gaining confidence and skill.

A court reporting career, including broadcast captioners, offers an independent lifestyle, prestige, and flexibility, along with a substantial salary.

Students shall pass three (3), five-minute tests with 95% accuracy at each of the following speeds:  225 wpm testimony (two-voices), 200 wpm jury charge, and 180 wpm literary.  Students shall complete at least 40 verified hours of actual writing time during the internship experience.

Legal admin

Legal Administrative Specialist

Program Length:
1050 hours (approximately 10 months – full time)

Course Content:
Students will be prepared for employment as a Legal Administrative Specialist, Information Technology Assistant, Front Desk Specialist and Administrative Support.  Coursework prepares students to perform legal office duties utilizing knowledge of legal terminology and legal office procedures; to transcribe legal documents; to perform legal office functions; to produce quality work using advanced features of business software applications.

After successfully completing the program, the student will be able to perform legal office activities and will have developed skills in keyboarding, records management, communications, human relations, transcription, computer applications, and decision making.

Medical Administrative Specialist

Medical Administrative Specialist

Program Length:
1050 hours (approximately 10 months – full time)

Course Content:

Students will be prepared for employment as medical secretaries, medical office clerks, medical insurance secretaries, medical records clerks, and medical administrative specialists or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed in these occupations. The program prepares students to perform medical office duties utilizing knowledge of medical terminology and medical office procedures; to transcribe medical documents; to perform medical office functions using specialized medical scheduling/billing software; to produce quality work using advanced features of business software applications; to research job opportunities; and to produce high quality employment portfolios and job-seeking documents.

After successfully completing the program, the student will be able to perform medical office activities and will have developed skills in keyboarding, records management, communications, human relations, transcription, computer applications, and decision making.

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