Upon successful completion of the Level II Business Information Professional Certificate students should be able to: demonstrate intermediate computer literacy with respect to computer hardware and software applications, develop intermediate keyboarding skills, use word processing, spreadsheets , and database software to perform beyond basic business office tasks, as well as apply graphics and written communication skills in various business and office environments.
Courses are being offered starting Fall 2020 with a projected enrollment of at least 25 students per course with enrollment projected to increase to 50 in the Spring of 2021. It is projected that 50 or more students will complete the course work for this certificate by the end of Spring 2021
The Business Information Professional Certificate series is designed to provide students with practical, career-oriented skills for professional office environments using current industry technologies. Students receive hands-on experience in the fundamentals of keyboarding, office procedures, microcomputers, and bookkeeping, in addition to Word, Excel, Adobe, and introductory to workplace communication concepts. This certificate requires 18 units.
|Course||Title||Units|| Year/Semester |
( Y1 or S1)
|BIP 100||Intro to Business Information Professional*||3||S1|
|BIP 115||Practical Math for Business and Consumers*||3||S1|
|BIP 120||Keyboarding II||1||S1|
|BIP 121||MS Word II||1||S1|
|BIP 122||MS Excel II||1||S1|
|BIP 125||Adobe Acrobat||1||S1|
|BIP 113||MS Access I||1||S1|
|BIP 123||MS Access II||1||S1|
|BIP 126||Workplace Communication||3||S1|
|BIP 127||Introduction to Accounting with Quick Books||3||S1|
*Also included in 12 unit certificate.
Note: Continuing students require 12 units in addition to 6.0 units earned in the Quick Start to achieve BIP Level II Certificate of Achievement.
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Votes were certified on 01/12/20
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