Computer Applications & Occupational Technology (CAOT) Department
Associate in Arts (A.A.) Degrees
- Administrative Assistant A.A. Degree (PDF) - Designed to prepare students for employment in business, industry, or government. Graduates often begin as an administrative assistant and later advance to executive secretary and administrative assistant.
- Administrative Assistant with Supervisory Focus A.A. Degree (PDF) - Designed to prepare students for employment in business, industry, or government. Graduates often begin as an Administrative Assistant and later advance to first level managers.
Certificates of Achievement
- Administrative Assistant Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
- Administrative Assistant with Supervisory Focus Certificate of Achievement (PDF)
Certificates of Accomplishment
- Office Computer Applications Certificate of Accomplishment (PDF)
- Office Support Certificate of Accomplishment (PDF)
Review a sample listing of Courses in this area of study. Review academic requirements in the Catalog and in the Curriculum Guides. All students are encouraged to meet with a counselor to review academic program requirements and/or have questions answered.
Apply for a Degree or Certificates
Are you finishing your associate degree or certificate? Please review How to Apply for a Degree or Certificate.
Local Tech Educators Look Forward to Restoring Larger Classes for Seniors, December 17, 2010, NewarkPatch - Ohlone College professors and students juggle budget cuts and shrinking classroom space to help Newark seniors understand and use online technologies and gadgets. Ohlone College professors and students say they are looking forward to offering larger computer classes for senior citizens when city officials re-open the Newark Senior Center in 2011. The senior center closed last January due to city budget woes, but in the meantime, professors and staff members have been offering affordable technology-based classes at the Silliman Activity Center. Ohlone College started its partnership with the Newark Senior Center in February 2009, to help meet a need for technological education for seniors, said Rick Arellano, an Ohlone College professor who teaches Computer Applications and Occupational Technology, or CAOT.
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