High School Diploma or equivalent with a pass mark in Math 10/13 or a passing grade of 60% in Math 10 Applied; or High School Diploma equivalent with a *pass mark on the College Placement Assessment.
Mature students (21 years of age or older): C- or 60% in English 20/20-1 or English 23/20-2 and C- or 60% in Math 10 Applied or a *pass mark on the College Placement Assessment (Contact the Office of the Registrar at (780) 791-4801 to arrange to write this exam).
Potential Diploma students should satisfy the following criteria:
Successful completion of a one-year certificate in Office Administration or related program from a community college or a technical institute; or produce documentation outlining an equivalent combination of work experience and training and successful skills assessment in the areas of communication, organizational skills, keyboarding and computer applications.
These steps will ensure that students have a realistic opportunity for success in the diploma program.
Advanced credit may be granted to applicants who have completed equivalent education at a post-secondary institution, please refer to the Prior Learning and Assessment section.
• Accounts Receivable & Payable Clerk
• Accounting Office Assistant
• Billings Clerk
• Desktop & Web Publisher
• Executive Secretary
• General Office Clerk
• Human Resource Assistant
• Software Trainer
• Information Processing Specialist
Students interested in Co-op Education must first enter the Office Administration Diploma program as regular full-time students. Students will be eligible to enter Co-op Education in the year in which they will complete all first year courses in Office Administration, provided that the student has maintained a sessional GPA of 2.0 or higher.
|Term I||(September - December)||16|
|OA 108||Accounting I||3|
|OA 110||Windows & File Management||1|
|OA 118||Keyboarding I||2|
|OA 120||Business Communications I||3|
|OA 135||Human Relations in Business||2|
|OA 145||Microsoft Word & Document Preparation I||3|
|OA 180||Microsoft Access||2|
|Term II||(January - May)||16|
|OA 107||Business Math & Microsoft Excel – Specialist||2|
|OA 109||Computerized Accounting I||2|
|OA 119||Keyboarding II||2|
|OA 122||Business Communications II||3|
|OA 133||On the Job Training||2|
|OA 136||Office Procedures||2|
|OA 146||Microsoft Word Specialist & Document Preparation II||3|
|Term I||(September - December)||9-12|
|OA 215||Microsoft Word – Expert||3|
|OA 216||Microsoft Excel – Expert||3|
|OA 220||Presentations & Microsoft PowerPoint||3|
|OA 280||Microsoft Access – Expert||3|
|OPTION||(Fall or Winter)||3|
|Term II||(January - May)||15-18|
|OA 221||Reports & Proposals||3|
|OA 231||Office Automation||3|
|OA 233||On the Job Training||3|
|OA 234||Business Relations||3|
|OPTION||(Fall or Winter)||3|
For approved options see specialization courses. Only one option is necessary to graduate without specialization.
Not all specialization courses are offered every year. Course offerings are based on sufficient enrollment.