Learn business and computer skills in the United States of America at Eastern Wyoming College to become an
Executive Office Assistant
(Business Office Technology Certificate)
- College Studies
- Technical Writing
- Keyboarding Office Documents
- Bookkeeping and Accounting
- Computer Information Systems
- Improving Spoken English
- Improving Written English
- Business Mathematics
- Records and Information Management
- Office Skills and Services
- Occupational Internship I
- Business Office Capstone
- English Composition for International Students
Courses may vary depending upon student’s academic background.
After you complete this program and receive your degree, you will have these skills and qualifications:
- Administrative English Writing Skills
- Reporting Skills
- Supply Management
- Microsoft Office Skills
- Time Management
- Presentation Skills
- Equipment Maintenance
- Travel Logistics
- English Verbal Communication
Specific requirements include:
- Description of educational goals
- English translation of academic records
- EWC Application for Admission
- Housing deposit
- Financial verification
- TOEFL score of 500 (paper), 173 (computer), or 61 (internet based)
- Tuberculosis exam & medical insurance
- SEVIS I-901 fee ($100 US dollars)
- SEVIS I-20 form
Approximate cost for international students based on 2014-2015 rates:
- $ 6,744 - Tuition / fees
- 1,300 - Books / supplies
- 6,706 - Room / board
- 1,500 - Personal / miscellaneous
- 1,600 - Transportation
- $ 17,850 - Total
The personal and transportation costs can vary widely person to person and someone living off campus would have higher estimates for room/board, personal and travel expenses.
The Executive Office Assistant Program provides training in computer skills, written and spoken English communication skills to improve bilingual capabilities, and office procedures. Contact Eastern Wyoming College to find out how you can learn the latest computer applications using up-to-date technology and gaining top-notch office assistant skills.
- Produce information by transcribing, formatting, inputting, editing, retrieving, copying, and transmitting text, data, and graphics.
- Welcome guests and customers by greeting them, in person or on the telephone, and by answering or directing inquiries.
- Arrange meetings, conferences, travel, and appointments.
- Operate office equipment, computers, and digital devices.
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