Microsoft Word Application Specialist
The Microsoft Word Application Specialist technical certificate program provides students with the knowledge and skills to perform word processing, and presentation applications in an office environment. It is designed to provide hands-on instruction for developing foundation skills for office assistant careers.
Students are accepted in the Microsoft Word Application certificate program any semester. A full-time student can complete this program in 1 semester. To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 9 semester credit hours.
Individuals wanting to enroll in the Microsoft Word Application Specialist certificate program must be able to work in a business setting, type and produce business documents, show initiative, work with people, work as a team member, multi-task, display a professional appearance, work with computers and computer application software, and have a strong work ethic.
Offered at the Following Campuses/Delivery Mode
- North Campus (Sandersville)
- South Campus (Dublin)
- Online (Distance Education)
$25,000.00 – $35,000.00
Tuition & Fees: $1,321.00
Books & Supplies: See program advisor
(Costs are estimated and are subject to change.)
Graduates of the Microsoft Word Application Specialist certificate program are prepared for entry-level employment in a data entry/word processing field. Skills include setting up and preparing reports, letters, mailing labels, and other text materials. Instruction and practical application of learned skills provide a broad occupational background which appeals to prospective employers.
- Submit a completed application and application fee;
- Be at least 16 years of age;
Submit an official high school transcript or GED transcript;
- Submit official college transcripts, if applicable;
- OFTC may accept a student’s official entrance score on the following validated assessment instruments if the scores meet the required minimums: COMPASS/ASSET, SAT, ACT, PSAT, PACT, Accuplacer/Accuplacer Next Generation/Companion, HOPE GPA after completion of 10th grade of 2.6 or higher, or GED.