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High School Diploma With Office Management Training

This 18-credit high school program will teach you the skills you need to become an office manager, receptionist, data input specialist, or customer service representative
Temecula, CA P.O. Box 760,, Temecula, CA 92593
(951) 9723600

Course at a Glance

Mode of learning : Online - Instructor Lead(LVC)

Domain / Subject : General/Others

Function : General

Duration : 750 Hours

Difficulty : Medium

High School Diploma With Office Management Training

Earn your high school diploma as you prepare for a career in a high-demand field! This 18-credit high school program will teach you the skills you need to become an office manager, receptionist, data input specialist, or customer service representative. When you complete the program, you will graduate with a high school diploma from Career Online High School as well as a career-credentialed certificate, and you will have expertise in technological, human resource, and customer service skills. 

Objectives
Upon completion of this program, you will:

  • Earn your AdvancED/SACS accredited high school diploma
  • Earn a career certificate in office management
  • Complete a career portfolio with cover letter, resume, and more

Requirements 

This program can be taken on a PC or a Mac. You will need Internet access and email capability. You will need to have Windows 7, Vista, or XP. You will need to use Internet Explorer version 6 or later, or any version of Firefox. You will also need Adobe Reader. In addition, you will need Macromedia Flash Player (version 8 or greater). You will also need to enable JavaScript in your browser options.

Hardware:

  • Pentium 500mhz CPU or greater or equivalent
  • 64 MB available system RAM (128 MB recommended)
  • 1024 x 768, 16-bit color display or better
  • Standard mouse and keyboard speakers and soundcard

All materials for this program are available online.

Prerequisites

All students entering Career Online High School must be at least 16 years of age prior to the first day of class and have successfully completed the 8th Grade at an accredited institution.  Minors will be required to obtain parental consent to enrollment and acknowledgment of responsibility.

All of our programs are self-paced and open enrollment, so you can start them when you want and finish them at your own pace.

Course Content

Office Management Courses - 4 credits

  • Office Management 1
    • Sem. 1:  Time Management Fundamentals and Techniques (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Overview of Organizational and Individual Motivation (0.5 credits)
  • Office Management 2
    • Sem. 1:  Effective Communication and Basic Computer Skills (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Basic Uses and Functionality of Microsoft Office 2007 (0.5 credits)
  • Office Management 3
    • Sem. 1:  Basic Word 2007 (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Basic Excel 2007 (0.5 credits)
  • Office Management 4
    • fowerPoint 2007 (0.5 credits)

English - 4 credits

  • English I - Grammar and Composition
    • Sem. 1:  Introduction to Word Origins and Speech (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Overview of Grammar, Punctuation, and Sentence Structure (0.5 credits)
  • English II - Introduction to Literature
    • Sem. 1:  Introduction to Figurative Language (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Elements of Literature (0.5 credits)
  • English III - World Literature
    • Sem. 1:  Introduction to Various Forms of Literature (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  European Literature (0.5 credits)
  • English IV - American Literature
    • Sem. 1:  American Literature, Colonial Times to Present (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  American Literary Movements and Themes (0.5 credits)

Math - 3 credits

  • Math I - General Math
    • Sem. 1:  Number Types and Basic Math Operations (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Exponents, Roots, Scientific Notation, Use of Formulas (0.5 credits)
  • Math II - Consumer Math
    • Sem. 1:  Money Management (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Asset Allocation, Employment Benefits, Consumer Awareness (0.5 credits)
  • Math III - Algebra
    • Sem. 1:  Introduction to Algebra (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Interpreting and Translating Equations and Graphics (0.5 credits)

Social Studies - 4 credits

  • Social Studies I - World History
    • Sem. 1:  World History A.D. 300 through 1770 (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  World History 1770 through 21st Century (0.5 credits)
  • Social Studies II - American History
    • Sem. 1:  American History through the 1920s (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Great Depression, World War II, Postwar Changes (0.5 credits)
  • Social Studies III - American Government and Economics
    • Sem. 1:  American Government, Origins and Purposes of Government, Law, and Politics in the United States (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Economics (0.5 credits)
  • Social Studies IV - Health and Personal Fitness
    • Sem. 1:  Healthy Concepts and Behaviors (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Personal Fitness Guidelines and Activities (0.5 credits)

Science - 3 credits

  • Science I - Earth and Space Science
    • Sem. 1:  Scientific Knowledge and Inquiry; Origin and Evolution of the Universe (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Earth: Layers, Atmosphere, and Energy Systems (0.5 credits)
  • Science II - Physical Science
    • Sem. 1:  Nature of Matter (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Energy (0.5 credits)
  • Science III - Biology
    • Sem. 1:  Cells and Human Body Systems with Evolution Lab Component (0.5 credits)
    • Sem. 2:  Study of Living Organisms (0.5 credits)

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