Virtual Administration Management General Info
NCC’s Virtual Administration Management program will prepare students to provide administrative, creative and technical services in the virtual workplace. The office of the 21st century requires people to work, communicate and manage business operations at a distance. This innovative program will prepare graduates to organize the virtual business environment, prepare and manage documents in the cloud, communicate effectively in the digital environment, plan virtual meetings and host web-based events. Students will work towards a diploma during their first year of study and complete their AAS in the second year of study.
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- Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Diploma option is available after 2 semesters
- 4 Semesters
- Good communication skills
- Basic math skills
- Good computer skills
- People person
- This program is fully online, however, some courses are available on campus.
Student Story Josseline Castillo
“Online learning was the right fit for me, because I had a hard time making it to campus. I work part-time so the flexibility of online classes is very important and convenient!”
Sioux Center, IA
Requirements for this program
|CSC-110||Introduction to Computers||3|
|BUS-102||Introduction to Business||3|
|ENG-107||Composition I: Technical Writing||3|
|ADM191-E||Virtual Office Management I||3|
|ADM105-C||Introduction to Keyboarding||1|
|MAT110-A||Math for Liberal Arts||3|
|ACC131-A||Principles of Accounting I||4|
|ADM192-E||Virtual Office Management II||3|
|ART117-A||Computer Graphic Design||3|
|Virtual Office Assistant Diploma Awarded|
|ADM193-E||Virtual Office Management III||3|
|ADM188-C||Project and Event Management||3|
|MKT181-A||Customer Service Strategies||2|
|PSY102-E||Human and Work Relations||3|
|ACC261-A||Income Tax Accounting||3|
|CIS307-A||Introduction to Databases||3|
|GRA131-E||Digital Layout I||3|
|GRA140-E||Digital Imaging I||3|
|MGT101-A||Principles of Management||3|
|MGT110-A||Small Business Management||3|
|MGT130-A||Principles of Supervision||3|
|MGT170-A||Human Resource Management||3|
*NOTE: Satisfactory assessment scores and/or prerequisites are required for some courses.
Frequently Asked Questions
Salaries start at $12 per hour with the potential to earn up to $20 per hour or more
You will take a variety of courses in document production and management, business, accounting, office procedures, and event planning that will prepare you to work in a 21st century virtual office. Many of your classes will be hands-on and will introduce you to cloud-based technologies and computer applications.
All of the courses in this program can be taken entirely online and allow you the flexibility of completing your degree from home as a full – or part-time student.
The Financial Aid Office will work with you to reach the goal of attending college. Federal and state programs, scholarships and other funding sources, may be available to help you to afford college. We know there are a lot of questions and stress planning to pay for a college education. The Financial Aid Office staff administers aid programs and counsels students in planning individual methods of meeting college costs. Contact the Financial Aid Office for answers to any questions regarding financial aid. What are you waiting for? Let’s get started! Northwest Iowa Community College follows a nationally accepted philosophy in administering financial aid programs.