Health Care Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) – (Ground) HEGIS Code 1202

The Bachelor’s Program in Health Care Administration is designed to prepare individuals to develop, plan and manage healthcare operations and services within various healthcare facilities. This program includes instruction in business management, public policy, health law and ethics, and healthcare delivery systems operation. This program also includes instruction in the current healthcare system including managed care and the administration of long term care for the aging population.

First and second year course requirements are fulfilled by completing an accredited associate degree program or its equivalent. The BBA program is a degree completion program that admits students and allows complete transferability for those who have previously earned an Associate degree in Medical Assistant Management or Health Information Management from The College of Westchester.* Applicants to this program as transfer students from institutions other than CW should see the BBA Admissions Center for evaluation of transferability. It is expected that students enter this program at the junior-level. Students will complete 120 credits to earn the BBA in Health Care Administration.

*Graduates of other degree programs at The College of Westchester might not meet complete transferability requirements into this baccalaureate program.

 

 

"Our Allied Health programs at CW prepare students to meet the challenges of the growing healthcare industry. We engage our students with the education and skills training necessary to become a medical professional that often times fulfills for them a lifelong dream of helping people."

Estelle Coffino Estelle Coffino, MPA, BS, RRT, CPFT, CCMA
Program Director/Chairperson Allied Health



    Graduates of the Bachelor’s Health Care Administration program should be able to:
  • Appropriately understand and utilize the technical language common in healthcare organizations including those that pertain to the areas of basic science, clinical science, and regulatory affairs.
  • Effectively apply methodologies and techniques related to the management processes including program planning, implementation, and evaluation.
  • Effectively apply methodologies and techniques related to management processes in the development, management and evaluation of human resources.
  • Effectively apply methodologies and techniques related to financial management processes.
  • Understand and effectively work within the governing structure of healthcare organizations including the role of the governing board, administrators, risk management and committees.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of primary ethical values underlying healthcare delivery.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of selected federal and state health policy issues.


Course No.   Semester
Credits
HCA310 US Healthcare » 3

This course looks at the US healthcare system and the services needed to care for the United States population. This course explores the history, development, structure and current forces that have transformed the healthcare delivery system. Topics may include health insurance, physician practice and payment, ambulatory care and alternative delivery systems, mental health and long term care, hospital services and DRGs, doctor-patient relationship, medical technology, and the future of the US healthcare system.

Prerequisite: MED208

This course is the prerequisite for all of the HCA courses.

Number: HCA310
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
Medical Assistant Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

In this course, students will evaluate national and international health care delivery systems. Course themes include the regulatory environment, daily operations, recruitment and selection, and training. Students will explore the dynamics of health care system delivery, which include supply and demand, sociocultural influences, and politics. Students will develop a cross-cultural understanding of health care delivery through assignments, readings, interactions with health care practitioners, and a field trip.

Prerequisite: HCA310

Number: HCA320
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

This course serves as an introduction to economic, financial and accounting concepts for healthcare providers. Emphasis will be on the market mechanism of supply and demand of health services, budgeting practices, financial statement analysis, and the influence of third party payers on the revenues and costs of healthcare delivery systems.

Prerequisite: HCA310

Number: HCA330
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

This course presents an overview of major issues related to the design function management regulation and evaluation of health insurance and managed care plans. Provides a firm foundation in basic concepts pertaining to private and public sector health insurance/benefit plans both as provided by Medicaid and Medicare. Key topics include:

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  • Accountability
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  • Cost containment
  • Public policy

Students will also analyze and compare insurance plans for profit and not for profit organizations.

Prerequisites: HCA310 and HCA320

Number: HCA340
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

The Human Resource Management function is an important healthcare administrative skill set. The recruitment of trained and credentialed healthcare professionals and staff is a primary job responsibility of healthcare administrators. While human resources is a complex discipline, healthcare administrators need to have strong working knowledge of organizational development, training, and performance management, employee and labor relations, selection and recruitment and compensation and benefits. As such, this course will emphasize the strategic role of human resources and the influence of legal compliance on this business activity.

Prerequisite: HCA310

Number: HCA350
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

This course will provide a framework for developing and analyzing a range of health policy issues as well as a comprehensive introduction to public health concepts and practices. This course will also address important health issues and problems facing the public health system. Case studies and a variety of practice-related exercises serve as a basis for learner participation in real world public health problem-solving simulations. The various components of these courses aim to stimulate interactions among learners and instructors around important problems and issues facing public health. This course will also provide an orientation to the ethical foundations of public health research and identify resources for encouraging the ethical practice of public health.

Prerequisites: HCA310 and HCA320

Number: HCA400
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

This course describes long-term delivery programs designed to meet the special needs of seniors. It will review care and service systems from the perspective of an aging population including the physiological and psychological changes common among seniors. The purpose of this course is to acquaint students with the dynamic field of long term care. This course helps students examine the issues, challenges, and dilemmas confronting long term care management and others in the field of long term health services.

Prerequisite: HCA310

Number: HCA420
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

THIS COURSE IS FOR DAY DIVISION STUDENTS – GROUND PROGRAM ONLY
The Internship is a capstone course involving the culmination project in the Health Care Administration BBA program. It will provide students an opportunity to demonstrate they have achieved the goals for learning established within the program. The Internship course integrates coursework, knowledge, skills, and practical learning to enable the student to demonstrate a broad mastery of learning across the curriculum for future employability and further career advancement.

Prerequisites: Students must complete all HCA courses required of the program leading to HCA470. The internship course must be taken in the final semester of the BBA HCA program.

Number: HCA470
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
School: School of Allied Health

  Total Healthcare Credits 24
     
  Note: Adult Division students taking their BBA internship will take this over two terms. This course is broken into two courses as listed below:  

THIS COURSE IS FOR ADULT DIVISION STUDENTS – GROUND PROGRAM ONLY
This course is a non-credit workshop which occurs in the term prior to the BBA Health Care Administration Internship assignment. The purpose of this workshop is to complete the internship site selection process, which may entail a formal interview with the prospective site supervisor. Students must complete this workshop in order to enroll in the HCA470B

– BBA Health Care Administration Internship.

Prerequisites: completion of all course requirements preceding this course.

Number: HCA470A
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
School: School of Allied Health

THIS COURSE IS FOR ADULT DIVISION STUDENTS – GROUND PROGRAM ONLY

This course is a continuation of HCA470A. The Internship is the capstone course for the BBA in Health Care Administration. Students will be placed in a workplace setting where they will have the opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge to typical tasks they may encounter in actual employment. They will be expected to report to and/or communicate with their worksites as if they were employees and will be subject to supervision, coaching, performance feedback, and responsibility for assignments appropriate to their preparation and employee level. Work schedules will be combined with class meetings. The first meeting will be jointly conducted by professors from Career Development Services and Allied Health Department. The purpose of these classes is to reflect upon Internship experiences and assignments, review and discuss journal entries, organize thoughts, ideas and materials for the internship paper, receive and offer support to fellow internship students, gain greater self-awareness of one’s preparation and readiness for work using their skill set.

Prerequisites: HCA470A and completion of 42 of the 54 credits required in the BBA program and a GPA of at least 2.0.

Number: HCA470B
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
School: School of Allied Health

Course No.   Semester
Credits
ACC320 Accounting for Managers » 3

This course provides exposure to topics which include standard cost systems, budgeting, cost volume profit relationships and breakeven analysis. Spreadsheet and quantitative methods are utilized in class to analyze simulated real life business situations applied to modern manufacturing plants and other types of business enterprises.

Prerequisite: ACC107 or permission to waive

Number: ACC320
Credits: 3.00
Type: Accounting
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This seminar course covers the strategic analysis of major newsworthy events affecting the national and global business environment. The goal of this course is to enable students to develop an awareness of how valuable being “in the know” about current events is integral to business performance and employee productivity. Student participation includes the selection, strategic analysis, and discussion of a current major topic. Relevant and reputable business periodicals and journals will be examined. Students will conduct research and engage in discussion about important current issues that affect business.

Note: Recommended to take during 4th Semester, but not before 3rd Semester

Prerequisite: Junior Level Status

Number: BUS410
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

  Total Accounting and Business Credits 6

This course offers an introduction to basic statistical theory and application. Topics to be discussed in detail include: sampling procedures; finding mean, median and mode; finding the variance and standard deviation; graphing histograms and bell curves. This course also illustrates how statistics are used in the business world as well as in the media and the benefits and drawbacks of statistical information.

Prerequisite: Proficiency exam and/or ACE106 or permission to waive.

Number: GEN157
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course focuses on the adult years as a complex and extraordinarily variable process, rather than as an orderly sequence of predictable stages. Through experiential, interactive processes, this course will explore various theories and philosophies of adult physical, cognitive, and personality development. Attention will also be given to the larger social contexts and the adult’s experience as worker and learner.

Prerequisite: Sophmore Level Status or Permission of the Department Chairperson.

Number: GEN330
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This writing seminar is designed for BBA majors. Its focus will be on the importance of analysis and interpretation in business and professional writing process. Business students will learn how to write thoughtful, expressive and welldeveloped documents for colleagues or management.

Prerequisite: Junior Level Status or Permission of the Department Chairperson.

Number: GEN342
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course will examine how communication can be used to effectively resolve conflicts between people, organizations and cultures. Conflicts resulting from differences in gender and ethnicity in the contexts of work and personal relationships will also be emphasized. The course will have an interdisciplinary emphasis through the use of cases from history, psychology, sociology, and current events.

Prerequisite: Junior Level Status or Permission of the Department Chairperson.

Number: GEN363
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

Students will learn how to translate ideas into clear and concise business communications. Coursework will highlight the importance of analyzing writing purpose and selecting the appropriate stance, vocabulary, style, and format. Tone and audience will receive particular attention. Writing assignments will be project-based and require students to apply writing and communication theories to the development and delivery of effective business texts.

Prerequisites: GEN342 and Junior Level Status or Permission of the Department Chairperson.

Number: GEN421
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

  Total General Education Credits 15
     
  Electives  
  Electives (3) 9
  Total Elective Credits 9
Course No.   Semester
Credits
ACC107 Financial Accounting I » 3

Students taking Financial Accounting I will be involved in accounting theory and its applications. In addition, there will be an in-depth study of the nature of assets and liabilities such as: cash, receivables, short-term investments, inventories, plant & equipment, intangibles and the preparation of financial statements. During the semester, emphasis will be placed on journal entries, posting, preparation of month-end financial statements as well as closing and adjusting entries.

Number: ACC107
Credits:
3.00
Type: Accounting
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course allows students to explore a variety of industries of interest to them. The structure of the organizations, competitive activity, consumer attitudes as well as the job functions needed to make each successful will be examined. Students will engage in group discussions regarding the importance of the industry to the consumer and the economy. Students will complete this introductory course with a broad knowledge that can be streamlined to a specific industry in courses that follow.

Number: BUS103
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

Provides the foundation for the contemporary theory and practices relating to the management of people through a behavioral approach. Major attention is devoted to the process of personnel procurement, development and maintenance of human resources. This includes sound practices in selection, training, motivation and compensation of employees.

Prerequisite: BUS103 or MED111 or permission to waive

Number: BUS123
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration

This course explores the rich field of management theory and practice, as both a science and an art. The course also addresses the role of managers in the current world of rapid business change, increased competitive forces, and increased expectations for the successful performance of employees and organizations. The focus is on some of the ways and means of achieving desired business goals. The student will leave this course with a solid background in the nature and work of management and managers. Applications of concepts to current workplace issues will also be stressed.

Prerequisites: Junior level status and BUS203

Number: BUS325
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course examines the fundamentals of treasury management. The student becomes acquainted with cash flow management, and short-term investment.

Prerequisites: Junior Level Status with BUS 214, ACC107, and familiarity with Library databases

Number: BUS338
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course examines the fundamentals of investment analysis and portfolio management. The student becomes acquainted with investment concepts, global capital markets, the functioning of securities markets, security market indicators, information sources for securities, and portfolio management theories, as well as capital market theory, analysis and valuation of securities, and bond fundamentals and valuations. Rigorous financial report reading for both markets and corporations are included. The Capital Asset Pricing Model, international diversification, and basic derivatives such as puts, calls, limited commodity futures and financial futures will be discussed and analyzed.

Prerequisites: Junior level status with ACC107 and BUS214

Number: BUS340
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration

Bailments, checks, drafts, holders in due course, transfers and warranties all interact to provide us with a functioning business/economic system. These terms and devices, their liabilities and protections are discussed and examined in conjunction with debtor/creditor relationships, secured transactions, bankruptcy, agency, and insurance.

Prerequisites: BUS150 and Junior level status

Number: BUS346
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration
Program: Accounting BBA
School: School of Business

The most significant gains in business management in the 21st century have been in the service industry. Banking, business services, consulting, education, franchising, government, healthcare/hospitals, insurance, leisure industry/hotels, news media, personal services, real estate, restaurants, retail, social services, tourism, and waste disposal are just a few examples of “service industries.” This seminar course explores the characteristics of a service economy, its origins, and its impact on economic development nationally and globally. Dominant service sector businesses and their strategies for success are examined along with relevant servicedelivery theories and approaches.

Prerequisite: Junior Level Status

Number: BUS405
Credits: 3.00
Type: Business Administration
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course builds on the concepts and theories of Computer Systems Analysis and includes a blending of traditional methods and current trends in system development with an emphasis on project management. Through numerous case studies, students will learn about output and user interface design, data design, systems architecture and implementation, and systems operation, support and security.

Prerequisites: An earned Associate degree or demonstrated proficiency in writing and third semester standing and OFT115 or DMD101 or NET111.

Number: CIS310
Credits: 3.00
Type: Computer Information Systems
Program: Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

Typography is an essential aspect of all digital media fields including, but not limited to graphic design, animation, and game design. This course combines concepts and practical skills in the field of design. Students will explore typographic structures, terminology and various methods for using type as a tool for visual communication. Grid-based design and the fundamentals of layout will be examined through hands-on projects. Students will plan, execute and layout professional level projects using a full range of both digital technology and traditional media

Prerequisite: Junior level standing and for non DM majors, approval from DM Department Chairperson.

Number: DMD300
Credits: 3.00
Type: Elective

The course will cover user interface design principles, task and user analysis, interface design methods, user interface evaluation and usability testing. The course offers strategies to design which bridge the gap between functionality and usability and introduces students to some of the unique challenges of designing within the realm of a digital, interactive medium. The course examines ways in which the features and functions of a product get translated into something people find usable, useful, and desirable.

Prerequisite: Junior level standing and for non DM majors, approval from DM Department Chairperson.

Number: DMD310
Credits: 3.00
Type: Elective

This course explores the use of digital media to research, strategize, plan, design, critique and present online marketing materials through social media outlets for a variety of industries, businesses, products, services, and target markets. Students will learn the key industry tools and how to integrate their visual communication skills with social media channels to develop their own product promotions and to solve specific problems. The course will emphasize the fields of visual hierarchy, typography, gestalt principles, and color theory. Specific areas of focus will include: researching competitor markets; developing creativity and brainstorming ideas; defining a company’s brand; developing a marketing message; defining target market demographics; color psychology, meaning and symbolism; designing and creating marketing presentations; and critiquing in both individual and group settings.

Prerequisite: Junior level standing and for non DM majors, approval from DM Department Chairperson.

Number: DMD320
Credits: 3.00
Type: Elective
Program: Accounting AAS
Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
Business Administration-Management BBA (online)
Computer Network Administration AAS
Digital Media AAS
Health Information Management AAS
Medical Assistant Management AAS

Students will be introduced to the foundation of medical terminology through a thorough study of the roots, prefixes, and suffixes which form medical language. Students will also learn the vocabulary used in various medical specialties. Spelling, definitions, and pronunciation are stressed.

Students must receive a minimum grade of a "C" to continue

Number: MED103
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health

This course will provide students with the knowledge necessary to maintain a smooth and efficient operation in a health care facility from records management to basic reimbursement methodology. Emphasis will be placed on accounting and bookkeeping practices, customer service, and other administrative job related activities regularly performed in the medical office. Students will also be introduced to the health insurance policies currently owned by the general public. HIPAA compliance, managed care plans and reimbursement methodologies will be discussed. Students will learn documentation using electronic health records software.

Prerequisite: MED103

Number: MED208
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health

Course No.   Semester
Credits
HCA360 Healthcare Management » 3

This course will provide the framework for understanding concepts and theories related to healthcare management. Students will learn how institutions are organized and governed, the role of clinical and support staff, and the management systems designed for their efficient and effective operation.

Prerequisite: HCA310

Number: HCA360
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

This course provides an overview of the legal and ethical issues facing managers and providers of healthcare. The goal is to provide students with the practical knowledge of health law and ethics and their application to the real world of healthcare.

Prerequisite: HCA310

Number: HCA405
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

This course provides an overview of the aging population, implications for individuals, families, and society, and the background for health policy related to the aging population. This course presents an overview of aging from the perspective of demographics, functional capacity and disability, epidemiology of diseases in the elderly, federal and state health policies affecting the elderly, social aspects of aging, and the ethical considerations in the care of the elder population.

Prerequisite: HCA310

Number: HCA410
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

This course provides an in depth analysis of continuous quality improvement, utilization management, and risk management in healthcare. This course also examines the role of the patient in CQI and how government, regulatory, and professional pressure have affected the delivery of quality healthcare.

Number: HCA430
Credits: 3.00
Type: Allied Health
Program: Health Information Management AAS
School: School of Allied Health

Course No.   Semester
Credits
GEN125 English Composition I » 3

In this course, students develop their reading comprehension and written communication skills. Different styles of writing are examined as students develop writing proficiency through practice in planning, outlining and editing. In addition to regular class meeting times, students are required to participate in a ten week Writing Lab component which counts as ten percent of the grade for English Composition. For the Day College, the Writing Lab is graded as a Pass or Fail.

Prerequisite: Proficiency Examination and/or ACE108.

Number: GEN125
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course builds on skills developed in English Composition I by presenting additional writing styles and helping students further refine their writing skills. Research skills and MLA documentation are also introduced. In addition to regular class meeting times, students are required to participate in a ten week Writing Lab component which counts as ten percent of the grade for English Composition. For the Day College, the Writing Lab is graded as a Pass or Fail.

Note: Writing Lab is not required in the adult division or for fully online programs.

Prerequisite: GEN125 or permission to waive

Number: GEN127
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

Communication skills require good speech habits. Therefore, this course covers organization of thoughts, voice control, diction and presentation of ideas to a variety of audiences. The art of listening is also studied. Emphasis will be placed on a series of oral presentations in order to acquire and reinforce these skills.

Number: GEN129
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

In today’s business environment, students will be called upon to interpret, calculate, compare, and make decisions based upon numerical data using a variety of quantitative tools. This course is a survey of mathematical applications and statistical tools used for business analysis. It is designed to facilitate further study of quantitative business methods. Students are required to use critical thinking skills and quantitative reasoning to make sound business decisions and solve real-world problems.

Prerequisite: GEN157

Number: GEN305
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course will have students study the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities in order to understand the relationship between humans and the natural world – a relationship that underlies current environmental problems. How human-caused changes are affecting our natural world and what solutions can be discovered and put into action are considered.

Prerequisite: Junior Level Status or Permission of the Department Chairperson.

Number: GEN310
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education

This course features significant themes in American culture and media focusing on the impact of issues such as diversity and gender on work, family life, entertainment, sports and the environment. Students will also examine issues of power related to gender, race, and class and the economic and cultural implications of mass media representation and consumption. Materials for discussion and analysis will be drawn from essays, newspapers, television, advertising, and music. Case studies, class discussions and written essays will be used to develop the topics.

Prerequisite: Junior Level Status or Permission of the Department Chairperson.

Number: GEN324
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education

A continuation of concepts and theories learned in macroeconomics with an emphasis on economic problem solving. Through guided research and data mining, learners become familiar with the tools of economic analysis and their use as a means of informing economic decisions and policy making.

Prerequisite: GEN183

Number: GEN364
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education
Program: Accounting BBA
School: School of Business

This course will explore the benefits and risks of doing business in the “Global Village.” The student will explore the benefits of trade between nations and the nature of international banking and foreign exchange rates. Economic stability, cultural and political differences as well as legal and moral problems will be discussed.

Prerequisites: GEN181 or GEN183

Number: GEN365
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education

This course will introduce the concepts of consumer behavior and decision making. It provides empirical evidence of convergence and divergence in consumer behavior and covers various psychological and sociological aspects of human behavior used for explaining consumer purchasing decisions. It will explore the concept of culture and introduce various models of culture, as well as the affects they have on consumer behavior. Finally, the course will discuss and review how consumer buying behavior and its cultural variations differ across the world.

Prerequisite: BUS112

Number: GEN70
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education

This honors seminar is designed to introduce highachieving BBA students to research. This credit-bearing course provides select students with an opportunity to conduct original research under the supervision of a faculty researcher. BBA students will learn about the academic research process through presentations, guest lectures and research assignments. At the conclusion of the seminar, student researchers will showcase their research projects at college-sponsored colloquia.

Prerequisites: Junior Level status, 3.5 GPA or better, faculty recommendations, and demonstrated research ability.

Number: GEN415
Credits: 3.00
Type: General Education

Course No.   Semester
Credits
OFT115 Emerging Information Technology » 3

This course will provide students with an overview of business technologies. The course will introduce basic computer concepts, software, internet, and emerging technologies. Students will examine the latest business technologies and the impact that these technologies will have on the business world and society. Students will receive hands-on experience in word processing, data file management, and Internet research.

Number: OFT115
Credits: 3.00
Type: Office Technologies
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

This course introduces Excel spreadsheet concepts using software in the Windows environment. Topics to be covered include: creating the Excel worksheet, formulas, functions, enhancing spreadsheets with graphs and charts, analyzing spreadsheet data (what–if analysis) and working with large worksheets.

Prerequisite: OFT115 or DMD101 or NET111

Number: OFT127
Credits: 3.00
Type: Office Technologies
Program: Accounting BBA
Business Administration BBA
School: School of Business

120 CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION


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