Clarion University is the first university in northwestern Pennsylvania to offer an associate degree in administration technology with concentrations in Business Office Professional, Certified Web Design, Insurance and Office Technology.
The Associate of Applied Science in Administration Technology degree program, offered through the Department of Applied Technology, utilizes a creative partnership approach designed to prepare students for a career path leading to a wide range of opportunities. This degree prepares students for careers in web design, auctioneering, insurance or office technology and provides a foundation for career advancement into leadership positions.
Under this unique model, student's complete general education and business courses at Venango College and the technical component of the degree through licensed, certified and/or otherwise approved technical education providers. Graduates receive an Associate of Applied Science in Administration Technology (AAS-AT) degree from Clarion University.
Students may attend full-time or part-time, day and evening. Scholarships and financial aid are available for qualified students.
General Education- 20 Credits
Liberal Education Skills 6 credits
- ENG 111 English Composition 3 credits
- CIS 217 Application of Microcomputers 3 credits
Liberal Knowledge 9 credits
- Physical and Biological Sciences 3 credits
- Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 credits
- Arts and Humanities 3 credits
Health and Personal Performance 2 credits
- HPE 111 Health and Wellness 2 credits
General Education Electives 3 credits
Business Foundation 12 credits
- MGMT 120 Introduction to Business 3 credits
- MGMT 210 Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 3 credits
- Business Electives 6 credits
Administration Technology Field Training 28 credits
- 28 credits will be provided by technical education partners, which are appropriately accredited, licensed, or certified technical education organizations
- Word/Excel Comprehensive (6 credits) is a required course for Office Technology.