Computer Business Office Technology
CBOT/CBIS Lab Classes PDF
Are you looking for a career in business? Do you enjoy the office environment and
want to gain marketable skills to differentiate yourself in the job market? Allan
Hancock College’s Computer Business Office Technology (CBOT) program offers specialized
training in development of the skills necessary to be successful in the business office
In just two years you can earn an Associates in Science degree or several certificates
in office technology. Classes are designed to serve your needs and are flexible enough
to fit into your schedule if you are already working full time. If you are interested
in a career as an administrative assistant, legal secretary, office manager, human
resources assistant, or various other administrative support related jobs, Allan Hancock
College is the place to start your education.
The Computer Business Office Technology (CBOT) degree and certificate curriculum offers
a variety of options that will guide you toward successful administrative assistant,
secretarial, and information processing careers in business, government, and education.
Our program focuses on administrative operations and procedures required to support
organizations and the software application skills needed to be technically proficient
in an office
As a student you will be trained in all phases of administrative/secretarial work.
Depending on your concentration, your training could include emphasis on:
- Business law
- Legal office procedures
- Customer service
- Presentation and publishing skills
- Business communication
- Administrative and office procedures
- Technical office skills
Business Department, Building K
Phone: 805.922.6966 ext. 3239
Fax number: 805-928-7905 (Santa Maria Campus)
805-735-3976 (Lompoc Valley Center)
Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Summer: closed during summer months
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