Organizational Leadership

Office Administration & Technology

Courses in the OAT program will cover areas that are fundamental to leadership in an office setting such as using office technology and equipment, office procedures and management, document processing and design, web technology for the office, communication skills, and decision making. Students who earn a degree in Office Administration & Technology will be prepared for various professional positions including administrative, support, supervisory, and managerial.

Available at these partner institutions
Area A-E (42 hours)
Area F (18 hours approved by advisor)
Major Core (30 hours) Required for all concentrations
Course Course Title Hours
ORGL 2050 (ACED 2050) Communications for the Workplace 3
ORGL 3400 (ACED 3400) Technology for Organizations 3
POLS 4218 (ACED 4820/POLS 4860) Project Management in the Public Sector 3
ENGL 3405 (ENGL 3010/3030) Professional and Technical Writing 3
POLS 4200 (POLS 3600) Principles of Public Administration 3
POLS 4219 (POLS 4610) Public Human Resource Management 3
POLS 4204 (POLS 4620) Public Finance 3
ORGL 3200 (PSYC 3800) Introduction to Organizational Development 3
ORGL 3000 Reflective Seminar I: Self as Learner 1
ORGL 3050 Reflective Seminar II: Self in Context 1
ORGL 4000 Reflective Seminar III: Transforming Self, Self-Transformation 1
ORGL 4690 Organizational Leadership Capstone 3
Upper Level Guided Electives
(12 hrs) (pick 12 hours (4 courses) from the following)
Course Course Title Hours
OATC 3700 Desktop Publishing 3
OATC 4020 Virtual Office Tech 3
OATC 3610 Web design & Multimedia 3
OATC 3150 Computer Operating Systems 3
OATC 4810 Contemporary Skills 3
OATC 4160 Administrative Office Procedures 3
General Electives (18 hours) as approved by advisor

Transfer credit and lower-level coursework can be used to satisfy this requirement.