Administrative Professional Technology

Administrative Professional Technology

This degree provides students with the skills required to become successful in an office environment. Students must complete all core courses and 12 credit hours in one emphasis.

Contact Information

This program is in the Division of Career, Technical and Distance Education.

Check Your Progress

As a current student, you can track your progress towards completion using DSCC's Degree Planning System (DegreeWorks).


The Administrative Professional Technology concentration provides a strong background in the fundamentals of accounting theory and practice.

Degree Plan Requirements for Administrative Office Management by catalog year:
2021-2022, 2020-2021, 2019-2020, 2018-2019, 2017-2018

Typical Jobs: Executive or administrative assistant; administrative or office manager; legal or medical assistant; medical insurance clerk; electronic information processor; administrative support manager, supervisor or coordinator; medical, legal or information specialist; records manager; computer applications specialist.

Students who plan to pursue a baccalaureate degree should follow the Business Administration emphasis in the University Parallel Major leading to the Associate of Science degree.