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Administrative Office Technology: Medical Administrative Assistant/Secretary
Associate of Science (AS)
Community College of Rhode Island in Warwick, RI
The Medical Administrative Assistant/Secretary concentration prepares students to perform administrative and clinical duties. Some responsibilities encountered by graduates include preparing medical correspondence, assisting physicians with medical reports and histories and arranging for patient hospitalization, including insurance and billing practices. This is currently considered one of the fastest-growing occupations.
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Community College of Rhode Island
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Community College of Rhode Island
Administrative Office Technology: Administrative Assistant/Secretary
Associate of Science (AS)
Community College of Rhode Island in Warwick, RI
The Administrative Assistant/Secretary concentration prepares students for careers such as executive assistant, office manager and senior word processor. Students who successfully complete the program have a background in Microsoft Office applications, administrative office management and advanced transcription. Career opportunities for the graduates of this program are expected to remain constant.
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Community College of Rhode Island
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Administrative Office Technology: Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary
Associate of Science (AS)
Community College of Rhode Island in Warwick, RI
The Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary concentration prepares students for careers such as legal secretary, legal transcriptionist and legal office assistants who work in a variety of office settings including law offices, legal departments and insurance companies. Career opportunities for the graduates of this program are expected to remain constant.
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Community College of Rhode Island
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Administrative Management
Associate of Science (AS)
Community College of Vermont in Montpelier, VT
The Administrative Management program prepares you for entry-level professional positions in a variety of settings. The program provides you with the skills necessary to manage administrative processes. You also enjoy the flexibility to explore opportunities in various career fields. Graduates of the Administrative Management program will be able to: use information technology to create, edit, and format business documents including, but not limited to, reports, correspondence, and presentations; describe and discuss human resource management functions; demonstrate the ability to use financial functions to complete administrative management tasks including, but not limited to, budgets, journals, financial statements, and payroll documents; demonstrate academic skills required of all CCV graduates, including competency in writing, information literacy, oral communication, and quantitative reasoning Key information and advice for students in the Administrative Management program: CCV’s Administrative Management program prepares students for office management positions in a variety of settings. Electives in the program allow students to explore careers in fields such as business, technology, allied health, hospitality and tourism, human services, and education. This is a great program for transfer to a 4-year school for a variety of business related majors.
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$ 18,496
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$ 12,394
Community College of Vermont
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Community College of Vermont
Military History
Master of Arts (MA)
Norwich University in Northfield, VT
Founded as the nation’s first private military college just four decades after the United States was established, Norwich University is an important part of America’s own proud military history. Our graduates have served in every American conflict since the Mexican-American War, and nearly 200 have served as general officers in the U.S. and foreign armed forces including Admiral of the Navy George Dewey, General Isaac D. White, and General Gordon R. Sullivan. Our Master of Arts in Military History program reflects, honors, and extends Norwich’s proud military heritage. Attracting highly motivated and passionate students from across the country, our rigorous military history graduate program provides an in-depth exploration of the role of the military and war throughout history. Informed by the American Historical Society’s guidelines for master’s programs in history, our curriculum teaches students to navigate differing historical interpretations, synthesize diverse types of historical knowledge, and develop strong analytical abilities through intensive research and writing assignments. At the heart of our program is our second-to-none military history faculty. They include prolific book authors and editors, sought-after speakers, and nationally recognized experts who regularly present their work at the annual Society for Military History conference. In addition to cultivating a highly interactive learning environment, faculty members serve as mentors to students throughout their program of study. The military history degree program culminates in the writing of a capstone paper demonstrating mastery of research and analysis. While developing their capstone papers, throughout the online military history degree program students have access to our highly capable reference staff members, who provide research assistance via email, phone, and chat, as well as our dedicated distance-learning librarian. There is probably not a single program at Norwich University that attracts such a broad range of talented individuals as the online Master of Arts in Military History program. The program's students are at varied points in their lives and are situated in numerous disparate professions. Their academic and professional goals, too, are especially far reaching. Whether seeking to sharpen their writing and research skills, develop a nuanced perspective on the past, or garner subject matter-expertise that could aid in a teaching, writing, or other career, numerous Norwich alumni have proved that the pursuit of an online master's degree in military history is a fruitful endeavor. With knowledge comes the possibility and privilege of influence. Whether it’s inspiring a class of middle school students to learn from the lessons of history, convincing your organization’s leadership to pursue a new strategy to promote an old idea, or delivering a written or oral account to an audience of a few dozen, tens of thousands, or, in this digital age, maybe even millions - knowledge offers such possibilities. Although few will ever receive the critical acclaim of Norwich alum Carlo D’Este, the Pritzker Military History Library prize-winning Norwich history graduate whose books are read by millions across the globe, a considerable number of our graduates impact the way in which history is interpreted every day. Norwich history students and alumni write articles that appear in popular and academic history periodicals, complete and publish book manuscripts, and lecture or teach in community colleges, cultural organizations, or the schools and communities where they live. Since completing the Master of Arts in Military History degree at Norwich, 34% of recent alumni survey* respondents have published an article in a journal, magazine, or other forum. Norwich military history program graduates are employed by organizations such as the United States Naval War College, American Military University, and The Boeing Company, and in positions such as history instructor, collections manager, and reporter.
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Norwich University
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Health Sciences: Occupational Therapy Assistant
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Community College of Rhode Island in Warwick, RI
Occupational therapy is the use of purposeful activity and interventions to promote health and achieve functional outcomes in performance areas such as activities of daily living, work, and productive activities, and play or leisure activities. Achieving functional outcomes means to develop, improve or restore the highest level of independence to any individual who is limited by physical injury or illness, cognitive impairment, psychosocial dysfunction, mental illness, developmental or learning disability or an adverse environmental condition. Occupational therapy helps people of all ages lead productive, satisfying lives. The Occupational Therapy Assistant program is offered at the Newport County Campus. It is an evening/weekend program; however, fieldwork experiences are offered during the day. Although Occupational Therapy Assistant courses are offered at the Newport County Campus, the required general education courses may be taken at other CCRI campuses or sites prior to acceptance. All fieldwork courses shall be completed within 18 months following completion of the academic preparation. Students successfully completing the accredited program earn an Associate in Applied Science degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant (AAS_OCTA) and are eligible to sit for the national certification examination for occupational therapy assistants, which is administered by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc. (NBCOT). An individual must successfully pass the certification examination to apply for licensure to practice as a certified occupational therapy assistant in the state of Rhode Island.
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Community College of Rhode Island
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Media Studies and Digital Arts
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Saint Michael's College in Colchester, VT
As a Media Studies student, you will learn to write quickly, accurately and under deadline pressure. You will learn to conduct research using traditional and electronic sources. You will acquire a deep understanding of the ethical and legal responsibilities associated with being a communicator - whether in the newsroom or the marketplace. And you will develop a mastery of current technologies, including multimedia, digital photography, digital video and digital audio and social media. There are two versions of the Media Studies & Digital Arts major: one with a journalism concentration, and one without. Both versions combine the arts and sciences with hands-on communication skills, critical to our students as they learn to become effective communicators in our Information Age. Working in collaboration with media professionals at media organizations and in corporate and non-profit, media students put theory into practice by producing media in a professional work environment. Possible activites include producing and distributing media, i.e. websites, articles, films, brochures etc. planning and staging media events; researching and evaluating public relations campaigns; and optimization studies. The internship gives students a practical context in which to examine and interpret issues and concepts they have studied in their Media Studies classroom courses. Some of our graduates are employed in newsrooms all over New England and beyond. Many other graduates are working in web design, film production, photojournalism, advertising, public relations, marketing, and politics (one of our graduates is the press secretary for the Senate Judiciary Committee). Some are doing jobs that weren’t even invented a decade ago, like Director of Social Media. Others have gone on to a range of graduate programs: law school, media studies, American studies, and other fields.
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$ 57,560
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$ 26,954
Saint Michael's College
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