Business Office Technology certificate programs allow students to specialize in areas of interest and obtain entry-level office positions. Course credit may be applied toward an associate degree. Advanced placement in keyboarding is available for students with prior training. Students can modify their programs depending upon experience.
These certificate programs may be taken on a full- or part-time basis. They are designed for high school graduates, persons desiring to reenter the work place and college graduates seeking employment.
A medical transcriptionist translates, from oral to written form, highly technical information summarizing medical histories, diagnoses and treatments for patients, and can find employment in a variety of health care settings: doctors’ offices, HMOs, medical transcription services, clinics, insurance companies and various other medical-related agencies and organizations.