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Tech-Prep Administrative Information Services

Associate of Applied Science Degree

20116

Advisors:
Dana Barnett
Terry Jones

(See also Administrative Information Services for a related AAS degree)

This degree is available to those students who satisfactorily complete the competencies in their high school's Tech-Prep program and have completed departmental entrance requirements.

If you have not completed your high school’s Tech Prep program, you must take the following EAC courses as curriculum prerequisites:

AIS 118

Electronic Keyboarding II

3 credits

AIS 237

Word Processing Applications

3 credits

BUS 101

Fundamentals of Accounting

3 credits

CMP 101

Introduction to Computers

3 credits

 

Total curriculum prerequisites for those without high school Tech Prep

12 credits

 

Curriculum Requirements

AIS 213A

Office Procedures/Records Management

1 credit

AIS 213B

Office Procedures/Office Transcription

1 credit

AIS 213C

Office Procedures/Electronic Office Equipment

1 credit

AIS 214

The Office Professional

3 credits

AIS 238

Advanced Office Applications

3 credits

AIS 239A

Multimedia/Electronic Task Management

1 credit

AIS 239B

Multimedia/Digital Imaging

1 credit

AIS 239C

Multimedia/Internet for Business

1 credit

AIS 240

Desktop Publishing

2 credits

AIS 241

Integrated Business Projects

3 credits

BUS 251

Human Relations

3 credits

CMP 113

Operating Systems I

3 credits

COE 101

Job Seeking Strategies

2 credits

 

Select additional courses from one of the five specialized areas listed below. If you took the four curriculum prerequisite courses above at EAC, you need to choose nine additional credits from the list below to obtain the 46 credits of curriculum requirements. If the four curriculum prerequisites were waived because you completed the Tech Prep requirements in your high school, you need to choose 21 additional credits to obtain the 46 credits.

 

Accounting Office Technology

BUA 101

Introduction to Business

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

BUA 230 and
BUA 250

Uses of Accounting Information I and
Introductory Accounting Lab

4 credits

BUA 240

Uses of Accounting Information II

3 credits

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

BUS 205

Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks

1 credit

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

 

Administrative Office Technology

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

BUA 221 or
BUS 121

Principles of Macroeconomics or
Fundamentals of Economics

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

SBM 121

Supervision

3 credits

 

Computers Office Technology

ART 186

Introduction to Computer Graphics

3 credits

ART 188

Electronic Publishing

3 credits

BUA 221

Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits

CMP 161

Electronic Spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel

3 credits

CMP 170 or
CMP 205

Database Management with Microsoft Access or Data Communications  

3 credits

CMP 230

Operating Systems II

3 credits

CMP 115A

Beginning Microsoft Windows

1/2 credit

CMP 115B

Intermediate Microsoft Windows

1/2 credit

CMP 115C

Advanced Microsoft Windows

1/2 credit

CMP 110X

Beginning Microsoft Excel

1/2 credit

CMP 110Y

Intermediate Microsoft Excel

1/2 credit

CMP 110Z

Advanced Microsoft Excel

1/2 credit

CMP 110AA

Beginning Microsoft Access

1/2 credit

CMP 110AB

Intermediate Microsoft Access

1/2 credit

CMP 110AC

Advanced Microsoft Access

1/2 credit

CMP 110AD

Beginning Microsoft PowerPoint

1/2 credit

CMP 110AE

Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint

1/2 credit

CMP 110AF

Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint

1/2 credit

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

 

Legal Office Technology

AIS 226

Legal Transcription

3 credits

AJS 101

Introduction to Administration of Justice

3 credits

BUA 245

Legal Environment of Business

3 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

ENG 102

Written Communications II

3 credits

 

Medical Office Technology

AIS 225 or
HCE 225

Medical Transcription or
Medical Transcription

3 credits

BIO 100 or
BIO 181

Biology Concepts or
General Biology I

4 credits

BIO 201

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

4 credits

COE 111

Cooperative Education I (Occupational)

2 to 4 credits

 

Total Curriculum Requirements

46 credits with a GPA of 2.00 or higher

 

General Education Requirements

English

ENG 101 Written Communications I

3 credits

 

BUS 160 Communication for the Occupations

3 credits

Mathematics

BUS 111 Business Mathematical Calculations

3 credits

Computers

CMP 103 Introduction to Computer Based Systems

3 credits

 

Select 6 additional credits from the list of General Education courses. Include at least one course from a category other than English or Computers. You may not exceed nine credits in any GE category, with the exception of Health and Physical Education, where the maximum is two credits.

 

Total General Education Requirements

18 credits

 

Courses listed in Curriculum Requirements that qualify for General Education credit (see the General Education section of the catalog) may fulfill both General Education and Curriculum Requirements unless General Education Requirements are specified in the major. Each course taken to satisfy the General Education Requirements of this degree must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.  

 

Total Minimum Degree Requirements

64 credits

 

In addition to completing the required courses listed above, you must meet the following general graduation requirements to obtain this degree:

  • Complete at least 16 degree credits at Eastern Arizona College.
  • Attain a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher.
  • Demonstrate a reading competency at the tenth grade level or above by one of the following methods:
    1. EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score of 60 or higher*
    2. EAC ASSET reading assessment test score of 35 or higher*
    3. ACT Assessment Reading score of 14 or higher*
    4. SAT verbal score of 530 or higher*
    5. Completion of ENG 091, Reading Improvement II, with a grade of "C" or better
    6. Grade equivalency score of 10 or higher as demonstrated by the Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE tests*

*Your EAC COMPASS reading assessment test score is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor. If you took the ASSET test or submitted an ACT, SAT, Nelson Denny, TABE, or ABLE score, a derived EAC Compass score has been placed in your record and is available on Student Information System terminals or from your advisor.

  • File a Graduation Petition at least 60 calendar days prior to the end of the semester in which graduation is anticipated and pay the Graduation Fee of $25.
  • Remove any indebtedness to the College.
  • Complete the Sophomore Qualifying Examination that is administered each semester to students who have petitioned to graduate. The Sophomore Qualifying Examination is used as a measure of EAC's institutional effectiveness, and your score has no effect on your graduation status.