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Business Office Systems Supervised Open Lab - Kentfield Campus

Spring 2012

 

The following individualized and self-paced courses provide students with both foundation skills needed for employment in office support occupations, as well as skills valuable for academic and personal use. Courses may be added through February 12. Students will complete assignments by working with the instructor during the lab hours listed in the chart below. Plan to spend at least 2 of the required 3 hours per week during the T, W, Th class times listed. For the third required hour, students may work during any of the open lab hours posted on door of BC 102. Monday through Friday, 9am-12:30pm and 1:30pm-5pm. You must attend one of the REQUIRED orientation sessions listed below to learn how to get started in your class and to avoid being dropped on the first day:

REQUIRED ORIENTATION DATES AND TIMES FOR KTD/BC 102
T 1/24 11:00 a.m. Wilson
W 1/25   5:30 p.m. Wilson

Plan to spend 3 hours per week for each unit taken

BUSINESS OFFICE SYSTEMS INSTRUCTOR HOURS KTD/BC 102 104

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

11-12:30pm

 

B Wilson

 

B Wilson

 

12:30-2pm

 

B Wilson

 

B Wilson

 

5:30-8:30pm

Closed

Closed

B Wilson

Closed

Closed

 

BOS 035           1.0 Unit
Web Quest: Beginning Internet Skills
Learn how to use the Internet to research projects and develop basic information literacy skills. (Material Fee: $4)
11094 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 163A           1.0 Unit
Professional Office Procedures
This course develops the office support skills needed to efficiently perform office services in today’s workplace. Transfer Credit: CSU
11106 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 044           1.0 Unit
Skill Building for Keyboarders
Advisory: Touch typing.
The purpose of this course is to develop a high-level keyboarding skill needed for workforce applications or for personal use. Keyboarding software focuses on speed development and error reduction and control.
(Material Fee: $4)
11237 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 163B           1.0 Unit
Records Management
Students learn the American Records Management Association’s rules for alphabetic, numeric, subject, and geographic electronic filing methods. Transfer Credit: CSU
11107 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 070A           1.0 Unit
Spelling
This self-paced course helps students to learn the rules of spelling and principles of pronunciation, improve accuracy in spelling business and college level words, improve dictionary skills, develop proofreading
skills, and remediate individual spelling limitations.
11238 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 163C           1.0 Unit
Travel and Conference Arrangements
This course is designed to enable students to become proficient in planning and arranging business travel and setting up business
conferences. Transfer Credit: CSU
11108 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 070B           1.0 Unit
Vocabulary Building
This self-paced vocabulary class emphasizes the acquisition of vocabulary needed for business courses and careers.
11239 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 230A           1.0 Unit
Medical Terminology
This course offers an orientation to medical terminology, basic structure of medical terms and their components--roots, prefixes,
suffixes and combining forms. Emphasis on analysis, meaning, spelling, and pronunciation for building a medical vocabulary needed for medical transcription. Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $2)
11109 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 076           1.0 Unit
Electronic 10-Key
Students develop proficiency in the use of the electronic printing calculator and how to input numbers using the ten-key touch method. (Material Fee: $2)
11240 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 230B           1.0 Unit
Medical Terminology
Advisory: BOS 230A and limited to the number of transcription machines available.
This course continues the study of medical terminology, basic structure of medical terms and their components--roots, prefixes, suffixes, and combining forms in various medical specialties. Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $2)
11110 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 120           1.0 Unit
Computer Keyboarding
Students learn how to keyboard by touch at a minimum speed of 20 words-a-minute. Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $4))
11102 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 231A           1.0 Unit
Medical Transcription
Advisory: BOS 120 and limited to the number of transcription machines available.
Building upon a current knowledge of medical terminology, students will gain competency in using transcription technology to transcribe basic transcription reports in chosen medical specialties (Level 1) for use in medical offices, hospitals, and in freelance endeavors. Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $2)
11111 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 122A           1.0 Unit
Machine Transcription
Advisory: Touch typing and limited to the number of transcription machines available.
This course is designed to prepare students to become efficient operators of transcribing machines and to be able to transcribe mailable business correspondence from predictated material on the computer.
Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $4))
11103 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 231B           1.0 Unit
Medical Transcription
Advisory: BOS 231A and limited to the number of transcription machines available.
Building upon a current knowledge of medical terminology, students will gain competency in using transcription technology to transcribe basic transcription reports in chosen medical specialties (Level 2) for use in medical offices, hospitals, and in freelance endeavors.
Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $2)
11112 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 122B           1.0 Unit
Machine Transcription
Advisory: BOS 122A and limited to the number of transcription machines available.
This course is designed to further improve a student’s competency in transcribing specialty documents from transcription tapes while working on the computer. Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $4))
11104 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 231C           1.0 Unit
Medical Transcription
Advisory: BOS 231B and limited to the number of transcription machines available.
This course is designed to further improve a student’s competency in transcribing documents from transcription tapes in chosen medical specialties (Level 3) for use in medical offices, hospitals, and in freelance endeavors. Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $2)
11113 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

BOS 122C           1.0 Unit
Machine Transcription
Advisory: BOS 122B and limited to the number of transcription machines available.
This course is designed to further improve a student’s competency in transcribing specialty documents from transcription sources while working on the computer. Transfer Credit: CSU (Material Fee: $4)
11105 B Wilson
          Arr 3 hrs/wk, KTD/BC104

 
 

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