Administrative professionals perform a variety of administrative and clerical duties necessary to run an organization efficiently. They serve as information and communication managers for an office; plan and schedule meetings and appointments; organize and maintain paper and electronic files; manage projects; conduct research; and disseminate information by using the telephone, mail services, web sites, and e-mail. They may also handle travel and guest arrangements.
Administrative professionals held about 3.9 million jobs throughout the United States in 2014. Administrative professionals work in organizations of every type. Approximately 60 percent work in service-providing industries, including health care and social services, education, government services, and science and technical services. The employment of administrative professionals is expected to increase by 3 percent nationally through 2024
Formal Articulation Agreements
We do not currently have any formal articulation agreements for this program. However, some students do contine their education at other college and universities. If you have questions about transfer eligibility, please reach out to the program chair.