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    Administrative support staff provide crucial support services within a business office environment.

Administrative Support

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Administrative Support

M State's diploma in Administrative Support prepares students to perform a wide range of office tasks for a variety of entry-level positions in the business office setting.

Students will develop skills in communication, software applications, office procedures, bookkeeping, filing and document processing.

The 44-credit diploma is offered on our Moorhead campus.


Here’s what you’ll learn

  • Organizational skills
  • Proficient use of a variety of computer applications
  • Writing and editing skills for business documents
  • Analysis of database filing systems
  • Effective communications
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills


Why M State

  • M State is an exceptional educational value
  • Small class sizes mean personalized education
  • Instructors are committed to student success
  • Faculty has extensive professional experience
  • Program's industry partners ensure students are learning skills needed by employers
  • High placement rate for Administrative Support graduates


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Administrative Support Diploma
Locations: Online, Moorhead

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Meet the faculty

Dixie Fjeld

Administrative Support Faculty
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Program Highlights

  • Small class size and personal attention from instructors.
  • 100% placement of graduates over the past four years.
  • Service learning projects built into the courses.
  • Student recognition through "Student of the Month" award.
  • Students have the opportunity to learn a variety of software applications.
  • Classes offered through on-campus, flex lab, and distance education.
  • Articulation agreements available for transferring of credits to four-year institutions.

Last modified: April 5th, 2016 at 08:57am