For you, it's all about the details. And in the one-year Administrative Office Professional program, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge you need to be the detailed-oriented backbone of the workplace. When you walk out of the program, you’ll know everything you need to excel in the office.
In our small classes taught by experienced instructors who have been in the positions you aspire to, you’ll learn all the details it takes to keep the office running smoothly, from accounting and bookkeeping to office procedures, conference planning and more. And you’ll learn using the latest industry-standard software to complete your assignments.Apply Now Grab and Go Information
Our graduates enjoy close to a 100 percent employment rate! You can look forward to work in a wide range of office environments and roles including:
- Administrative Assistant
- Commercial Offices
- Data Entry Specialist
- Educational Offices
- Executive Secretary
- Financial Offices
- Government Offices
- Legal Offices
- Medical Offices
- Office Assistant
- Virtual Assistant
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Credential / Accreditation
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View the program availability for the upcoming intakes.
New students are accepted into the Administrative Office Professional program in the Fall (September) term.
General Admissions Requirements
All applicants must meet the general admission requirements for Lethbridge College programs, as indicated in the Admission section of this calendar.
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This program is delivered in a face-to-face format on the main Lethbridge College campus. Lectures, labs and hands-on training opportunities will all take place on campus in Lethbridge.
This program is fully delivered online with both synchronous (learning occurs in real-time on a set schedule) and asynchronous (learning does not occur at the same time or same place) components.
|ENG-1159||Writing for the Workplace||3|
|COM-1162||Interpersonal Relationships and Communications||3|
|AOP-1143||Office Procedures II||3|
|AOP-1145||Meeting and Conference Planning||3|
|CPU-1165||Designing Spreadsheet Applications||3|
|CPU-2254||Basic Desktop Publishing||3|
Tuition and Fees
Costs for supplies may vary considerably depending on what students already have or where they purchased their supplies; cost provided is on the moderately high end.
Students in this program are required to purchase their own mobile learning device. Check your letter of admission or contact your program office or check the admissions tab for details – there are minimum requirements.
Students will be charged a medical/dental benefit fee unless they opt out by demonstrating alternative coverage prior to the end of the first week of class.
“From applications to graduation, I have been helped, supported and cheered on by the college’s staff. I will forever be grateful for their part in my journey.”
“I was immediately hired for reception work and worked at a number of different office jobs. I was working as a receptionist at a legal office when I was promoted to a legal assistant.”
With just one online application, you can apply for all the Lethbridge College awards and scholarships for which you qualify, including these featured scholarships: