Computer Training for the Professional Office
The Business Information Program provides computer training that gives you the opportunity to choose from a multitude of business industries. The diverse computer training will give the graduate real career choices by focusing on in-demand computer skills that employers are searching for in the Computerized Business Office Administration or Allied Health Office Administration fields
Business Office Administration (BOA)
Monaca Campus Only
Computer Training in:
- Microsoft Excel (Spreadsheet Management)
- Microsoft Word (Desktop Publishing)
- Microsoft Access (Database Management)
- Microsoft PowerPoint (Visual Presentations)
- QuickBooks (Accounting)
- Web Design & Development
This track will teach students how to create business presentations, business communications, and utilize advanced features of database management and web design. In addition, students are encouraged to take Microsoft Office Specialist certification exams to help with job placement. The school provides vouchers for relevant certification testing. Students may take these tests at the school at their convenience.
Allied Health Office Administration (AHOA)
This track will teach medical office procedures, including medical billing and coding, medical transcription, medical terminology, and medical laboratory procedures.
DCI Business Information Program On-Time Completion Rates
(For Award Year 7-1-11 through 6-30-12)
76% of the Business Information Program graduates between July 1st, 2011 and June 30th, 2012 completed the program within the published program length (36 weeks).
Cost of Program
Program Budgets (Cost of Attendance)
Median Loan Debt – Title IV
Median Loan Debt – Private Loans & Institutional Financing
BIS Placement Rate for 2011
The placement rate is the rate that we are required to document and report through our accrediting institution (ACCET) on an annual basis. The ACCET placement rate is based on the cohort of students who completed the program in calendar year 2011 and became employed in training-related positions.
Business Information Program graduates typically obtain jobs as front office assistants, accounting clerks, data-entry clerks and customer service associates. Additionally after completing their area of specialization they may obtain jobs in front offices in doctor’s offices, clinics, insurance offices or administrative assistants.
The following links are Standard Occupational Classifications.