These are the course included in the Office and Data Administration Program offered at UnnBQ.

This course is designed to give students hands-on experience using computer applications and relevant technology as it pertains to today’s world. Focus of the course will be on the integration of technology for the purpose of document production, problem solving, and communication utilizing common word processing software, spreadsheet software, and database software.
Prerequisite: COMP 100, 125, or 150

3 credits

Using case studies and office simulations students will get a chance to apply the knowledge they have gained to “real world” scenarios. To be completed at the end of the program.

6 credits

Websites are an important tool in business as well as logos and other “branding” materials. Students will explore various popular software/online tools that they can use to develop exciting. productive websites, logos, etc. Prerequisite: ITCP 125

3 credits

Students will use various popular software/online tools to explore the use of presentations and publications in todays busy business environment. This hands on course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to use technology in “real world” scenarios. Prerequisite: ITCP 125

3 credits

Office procedures in today's world encompass many areas such as:

  • communicating effectively,
  • managing time and resources,
  • using technology,
  • preparing communications,
  • records management,
  • handling financial procedures,
  • planning meetings and conferences,
  • using telecommunications, and much more.

This course is designed to give the future office professional all the tools needed to succeed in today's busy world.

6 credits

Having covered basic accounting principles in an introductory course, students will examine procedures and applications relevant to accounting for monies received from government sources under Treaty and fiduciary arrangements. They will analyze the accounting systems in place in local organizations, including a field experience component. Other topics include the budget cycle, federal funding agent reporting requirements, etc.

3 credits

Using Sage 50 Accounting students will build a company and perform day-to-day accounting operations. This hands on course is designed to show students how to apply their accounting skills in a computerized environment. Prerequisite: ACCT 100

3 credits

In this course students will be introduced to the basic concepts and activities of accounting including:

  • generally accepted accounting principles,
  • the meaning and purpose of accounting,
  • reading financial statements,
  • double entry accounting,
  • journalizing the accounting cycle,
  • business forms,
  • reversing entries,
  • merchandizing,
  • taxes,
  • depreciation, and
  • payroll

 

Course Description: Students learn to create a wide variety of publications, movies, and create a website, blog and e-portfolio.

This hands-on course gives students a solid beginning in computer applications. It is designed to provide a working knowledge of today’s common productivity software. The focus of the course will be on: basic terminology, using a windows operating system, keyboarding, Internet Explorer as a research tool, e-mail, using word processing software, spreadsheet software, and presentation software.