Office Management Technology
This concentration is designed to prepare students for employment in the office setting.
The growth of electronic word processing, computer-based file management, and the constant need to process office work in an efficient manner help form the basis of this area of study. Jobs and career positions in this field include secretary, word processing technician, office manager or office assistant.
Degree Advancement Program Agreement with MTSU
MTSU and Vol State have developed an AAS-to-BS program to allow students who earn an Associate of Applied Science in General Business Administration with a concentration in Office Management Technology at Vol State to transfer the majority of those credits to MTSU toward the completion of a Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies with a concentration in Organizational Leadership. This degree is offered through MTSU's University College in cooperation with the Tennessee Board of Regents.
MTSU provides a wealth of information about Degree Advancement Program on their website; including an information sheet about Office Management Technology.
Gainful Employment Information
- What job(s) might I get with this degree?
- How long will it take me to complete this program?
Normal Time to Completion Percent of 2010-2011 Graduates Completing in Normal Time 1 Semesters 14%
Normal time is defined as the number of semesters that a student would be enrolled in a program if they attended on a full-time basis and enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester. The percentage of students completing on time does not take into consideration that some students take fewer than 15 hours during a semester.
- What are the chances of getting a job when I graduate?
Number of 2010-2011 Graduates Percent of 2010-2011 Graduates Employed in Field 8 75%
Note: Placement information is gathered in accordance with the standards of the Tennessee Board of Regents requirements. Placement data is gathered six months after graduation. Graduates are exempted from the placement rates in accordance with the standards of the Higher Education Authorization Act due to the following reasons: enrollment in further education, military service, a medical condition that prevents the graduate from working in his/her field of study, family or home responsibilities that prevent the graduate from working in his/her field of study.
- How much will this program cost?
In-State Out-of-State Tuition and Fees $1813.50
Books and Supplies
On-Campus Room and Board
- What are my financing options to pay for the program?
Source of Funds Median Amount for 2010-2011 Graduates
Median Debt for 2009-2010 Graduates
Median Debt from Title IV Loans
Median Debt from Other Sources
Note: Median loan amounts reflect the total borrowed from entry at the institution to completion of this program.