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ACADEMIC:

BACHELOR IN OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

Students will acquire knowledge of accurate administrative procedures, master the use of technology in a modern office and experience a hands-on approach in an office environment. This degree prepares students to perform required tasks in private and business offices, as well as, in government agencies.


CURRICULUM IN OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

Curriculum Requirements
Credits
General Education Courses
44
Core Courses in Business
19
Concentration Courses
31
Professional Electives
12
Recommended Electives
6
General Electives
12
124

FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ADOF 3016 KEYBOARDING AND APPLICATIONS I
3
ELECTIVE Elective in Natural Sciences
3
+Course in Social Science
3
ESPA 3101 Basic course in Spanish
3
INGL_____ First year course in English
3
15

Second Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ADOF 3017 KEYBOARDING AND APPLICATIONS II
3
ADMI 3007 Introduction to Computer Data Processing
3
ELECTIVE Elective in Natural Sciences
3
+Course in Social Science
3
ESPA 3102 Basic course in Spanish
3
INGL____ First year course in English
3
18


SECOND YEAR
First Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ESPA 3215 Expression and Communication
3
ADOF 4020 TRAINING IN ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
3
ADOF 4005 ELECTRONIC PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS
3
INGL ____ Second year course in English
3
ELECTIVE PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE
3
15


Second Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ADOF 3009 RECORDS MANAGEMENT
3
INGL_____ Second year course in English
3
ELECTIVE PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE
3
MATE 3086 Mathematical Reasoning
3
ESOR 4006 Principles of Management
3
15


THIRD YEAR
First Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ADOF 3105 INTRO. TO THE OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
3
CONT 3005 Elementary Accounting I
4
EDFI_____ Elective in Physical Education
2
ELECTIVE PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE
3
ELECTIVE ELECTIVE
3
15


Second Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ADOF 4019 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE PROCEDURES
3
ELECTIVE Elective
3
ELECTIVE PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVE
3
ELECTIVE RECOMMENDED ELECTIVE
3
ELECTIVE ELECTIVE IN ENGLISH
3
15


FOURTH YEAR
First Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ADOF 4065 INTRO. OF WORD PROCESSING
3
ADOF 4080 TRAINING AND SEMINAR PLANNING
3
ADMI 4001 Business Law I
3
ELECTIVE Elective in Humanities
3
ELECTIVE Elective
3
15


Second Semester
Number
Course
Credits
ADOF 4025 OFFICE ADMINISTRATION INTERNSHIP
4
ECON 3021 Principles of Economic: Microeconomics
3
ELECTIVE Elective in Humanities
3
ELECTIVE Recommended Elective
3
ELECTIVE Elective
3
16

COURSES IN CAPITAL LETTERS WILL BE CONSIDERED IN COMPUTING MAJOR GPA
Total credits required for program: 124
*Refer to the Academic Regulations section for information on Advanced Placement.
+Choose from the following courses: ANTR 3005, HIST 3201, HIST 3202, HIST 3241, HIST 3242, HIST 4117, CIPO 3011, CIPO 3035, CIPO 3175, PSIC 3001, PSIC 3002, CISO 3121, CISO 3122, SOCI 3261, SOCI 3262.


COURSES IN ENGLISH
INGL 3191 Conversational English
INGL 3195 Professional Conversation
INGL 3196 Group Communication
INGL 3197 Professional Presentations
INGL 3198 Professional Interviews
INGL 3225 Introduction to Linguistics
INGL 3227 Phonetics of English
INGL 3231 English Expository Writing
INGL 3236 Technical Report Writing
INGL 3250 Public Speaking
INGL 3268 Writing for the Communications Media
-
COURSES IN HUMANITIES
ALEM 3041 German I
ALEM 3042 German II
ARTE 3226 History of Art in Puerto Rico
ARTE 4271 Art History to the Renaissance
ARTE 4272 Art History to the Renaissance
ARTE 4311 Art Criticism
ARTE 4331 Comparative Arts
ARTE 4332 Comparative Art Culture II
FILO 3155 Introduction to Ethics
FILO 3156 Modern and Contemporary Ethics
FILO 3157 Introduction to Logic
FRAN 3141 French I
FRAN 3142 French II
HUMA 3111 Introduction to Western Culture I
HUMA 3112 Introduction to Western
HUMA 3115 European Study Tour
HUMA 3271 The Bible as a Literary and Historical Document: The Old Testament
HUMA 3272 The Bible as a Literary and Historical Document; The New Testament
HUMA 3401 Latin American Civilization and Culture
HUMA 3402 Latin American Civilization and Culture
HUMA 3411 Introduction to the Culture of South Asia
HUMA 3412 Introduction to the Culture of East Asia
HUMA 3425 Puerto Rican Thought
ITAL 3071 Italian I
ITAL 3072 Italian II
JAPO 3111 Japanese I
JAPO 3112 Japanese II
LITE 3005 Literature Appreciation
LITE 3025 Literary Theory
LITE 3035 Mythology in Western Literature
LITE 3041 Introduction to Comparative Literature
LITE 3042 Introduction to Comparative Literature
LITE 4011 Evolution of the Novel
LITE 4012 Evolution of the Novel II
LITE 4035 Medieval European Literature
LITE 4045 Renaissance Literature
MUSI 3135 Music Appreciation
MUSI 3161 History of Music
MUSI 3162 History of Music
MUSI 3167 Introduction to Opera
PSIC 3006 Social Psychology
TEAT 3051 Introduction to Theater Art
TEAT 3052 Introduction to Theater Art
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PROFESSIONAL ELECTIVES
ADOF 3005 Abbreviated Writing System in Spanish
ADOF 3007 Abbreviated Writing System in English
ADOF 3107 Office Concepts, Systems and Technology
ADOF 3115 Telecommunications in Modern Office
ADOF 3125 Legal Office Administration
ADOF 4015 Spanish Transcription
ADOF 4017 English Transcription
ADOF 4055 Interpersonal Relations
ADOF 4067 Transcription of Magnetic Methods
ADOF 4070 Integration of Office Systems
ADOF 4075 Integration of Information Processing Programs
ADOF 4077 Design and Processing of Documents
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RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES
ADMI 3015 Introduction to International Business
ADMI 3100 New Business Development
ADMI 3155 Creativity and Entrepreneurial Innovation
ADMI 4002 Business Law II
ADMI 4016 The Environment of Organizations
CONT 3006 Elementary Accounting II
CONT 4006 Managerial Accounting
EDFU 3001 Human Growth and Development I
EDFU 3002 Human Growth and Development II
EDFU 3007 Social Foundations of Education
EDFU 4019 Philosophical Foundations of Education
ESPA 3295 Spanish Grammar
ESPA 3208 Composition
FILO 3178 Business Ethics
FINA 3005 Principles of Insurance
ESOR 4007 Organizational Theory
ESOR 4008 Introduction to Personnel Administration and Industrial Relations
ESOR 4009 Human Resources Administration
ESOR 4010 Women and Work
ESOR 4025 Organizational Behavior
ESOR 4028 Interpersonal Communication Applied to Engineering, Science, and Business Careers
MERC 3115 Principles of Marketing
MERC 3117 Personal Selling
PSIC 3001 Principles of Psychology I
PSIC 3002 Principles of Psychology II
SOCI 3261 Introduction to Sociology I
SOCI 3262 Introduction to Sociology II
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