CABOT 101

1. The student will be able to identify the role of office support personnel in the current office environment;

2. The student will be able to use a variety of office procedures to perform such tasks as sorting mail, answering telephones, and filing and processing documents;

3. The student will be able to work as an effective team member to complete office projects;

4. The student will be able to use the Internet and Web to perform tasks such as locating information, making travel arrangements, and selecting mail services;

5. The student will be able to prepare well-written communications to solve problems and accomplish tasks;

6. The student will be able to define and apply the appropriate hardware and software to be used for a variety of office tasks;

7. The student will develop and demonstrate the interpersonal skills required by administrative office professionals.

CABOT 102

1. Students will be able to apply appropriate standards of grammar, including all types of punctuation, capitalization, word usage, and number expression with at least 70 percent accuracy.

2. Students will be able to produce cohesive and grammatically correct sentences for business documents.

3. Students will be able to edit a variety of business documents, such as business letters, memorandums, short reports, and e-mail messages and revise for mailability with at least 70 percent accuracy.

CABOT 103

1. The student will demonstrate the usage of reference materials that cover appropriate standards of spelling and pronunciation

2. The student will associate the relationship between the spelling and pronunciation of words and the role they play in sentences

3. The student will combine word roots with suffixes, prefixes, and execute changes in word forms

4. The student will demonstrate techniques for the independent acquisition of vocabulary beyond word lists provided in the text and other class materials

CABOT 104

1. Student will be able to apply principles of alphabetic, numeric, geographic, and subject filing with minimum 70 percent accuracy.

2. Students will be able to store, retrieve, retain, transfer, and dispose of records with minimum 70 percent accuracy.

CABOT 105

1. The student will analyze business case studies and scenarios to determine the correct channel and needed information to communicate a response;

2. The student will compose entry-level correspondence and respond to correspondence initiated by others;

3. The student will choose appropriate business language designed to enhance human relations and build goodwill;

4. The student will paraphrase and summarize information;

5. The student will proofread, edit, and revise business documents;

CABOT 106

1. The student will demonstrate speed and skill in operating a ten-key calculator by touch

2. The student will solve applications problems in standard business situations using calculating skills

3. The student will show a basic knowledge of business mathematics

CABOT 107

1. The student will demonstrate the ability to apply appropriate standards of grammar, punctuation, word choice, and sentence usage in business communications.

2. The student will compose individual sentences, paragraphs, and basic documents on subjects related to business activities.

CABOT 110

1. The student will be able to recognize technical vocabulary of mathematical and business terms

2. The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to solve word problems pertaining to complex business situations

3. The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to generate appropriate algebraic equations to solve business problems and find the solutions to such equations

4. The student will be able to select the appropriate mathematical procedures to solve problems in business application areas

CABOT 155

1. Operate equipment with headset with appropriate word processing software in keying typical dictated business communications/correspondence (memorandums, letters, tables, and reports).

2. Transcribe dictated correspondence with speed and accuracy using proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

3. Produce acceptable mailable format of business correspondence in area of specialization (i.e., legal, medical insurance, or real estate)

4. Manage to edit, save, and print transcription documents

5. Format characters, paragraphs, and sections in a document.

CABOT 156

1. Use an appropriate voice recognition software with an appropriate microcomputer application (word processing, spreadsheet, and database, and the Internet) in speaking/dictating typical business communications/correspondence (memorandums, letters, tables, and reports).

2. Dictate correspondence with speed and accuracy using proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

3. Use voice commands to produce acceptable mailable format of dictated business correspondence in area of specialization (i.e., legal, medical, insurance, or real estate).

4. Use voice commands to edit, save, and print documents

5. Use voice commands to format characters, paragraphs, and sections in a document.

CABOT 200

1. Type by touch with 90% accuracy.

2. Type a minimum of 20 words per minute.

3. Demonstrate proper finger and hand techniques while keyboarding.

4. Gain basic knowledge of operating a computer.

CABOT 205

1. Use proper position of hands and fingers while keyboarding.

2. Type a minimum of 25 words per minute.

3. Use correct posture for touch typing.

4. Create, edit, and format business letters, business reports, academic reports, memorandum, envelopes and labels.

5. Use appropriate rules for grammar, spelling, punctuation, margins, etc.

CABOT 206

1. The student will be able to identify the objects on the Macintosh desktop

2. The student will demonstrate basic mouse operations: point, click, double-click, drag, and right-drag

3. The student will recall and understand basic computer terminology

4. The student will understand how to manage hierarchical file, folder, and disk storage systems

CABOT 208

1. The student will identify the objects on the Microsoft Windows desktop

2. The student will demonstrate basic mouse operations: point, click, double-click, drag, and right-drag

3. The student will recall and understand basic computer terminology

CABOT 209

1. The student will be able to modify the desktop work environment: add, remove, or change screensavers, wallpaper, icons, and patterns; modify the taskbar; and customize toolbars, folders, and desktop settings

2. The student will be able to use advanced file and document management techniques to create, find, move, copy, and delete files and folders

CABOT 210

1. Create business reports, forms, medical and legal forms, resumes, job applications, bibliographies, footnotes/endnotes, newsletters.

2. Use proper format on letters, memos, reports, short documents, newsletters.

3. Type a minimum of 30 words per minute.

4. Use correct posture for touch typing.

5. Create, save, edit, print, and delete files.

6. Use appropriate rules for grammar, spelling, punctuation, margins, word division, proofreading.

CABOT 220

1. The student will key and format term papers and reports using acceptable manuscript style;

2. The student will document reports using a standard documentation style such as MLA and/or APA;

3. The student will create prefatory and appended report pages, such as title page, table of contents, and works cited.

CABOT 230

1. Improve speed and accuracy.

2. Analyze keyboarding deficiencies.

3. Choose corrective actions for the deficiencies.

4. Use proper techniques including hand, finger, and posture.

5. Key rhythmically with proper cadence.

CABOT 260

1. The student will create, edit, format, save, and print basic business documents including letters, memos, short reports, and flyers;

2. The student will create, edit, format, save, and print spreadsheets;

3. The student will use basic formulas to make calculations in a spreadsheet;

4. The student will create, edit, format, save, and print slide presentations with animations and transitions;

5. The student will create a database and demonstrate the use of tables, reports, and forms.

CABOT 265

1. The student will be able to create, edit, and print Word documents;

2. The student will be able to format characters, paragraphs, and sections in a document;

3. The student will be able to insert headers and footers, footnotes, and graphics;

4. The student will be able to use Word templates to create new documents;

5. The student will be able to create hyperlinks and save a document as a Web page;

6. The student will be able to manage files and folders.

CABOT 266


1. The student will be able to use mail merge to generate form letters, mailing labels, and envelopes;

2. The student will be able to create and edit columns;

3. The student will be able to design online forms and create document templates;

4. The student will be able to record, execute, and edit macros;

5. The student will be able to create and modify styles, charts, and graphics;

6. The student will be able to embed and link Word documents with objects created in other programs.

CABOT 270

CABOT 271

1. The student will be able to create, sort, and query a table;

2. The student will be able to validate data and use database functions;

3. The student will be able to create templates and work with multiple worksheets and workbooks;

4. The student will be able to import and export data;

5. The student will be able to create macros;

6. The student will be able to use formula auditing techniques to analyze a worksheet;

7. The student will be able to use analysis tools such as Goal Seek and Solver.

CABOT 275

1. Plan, design, create, and print databases and the underlying tables, queries, forms, and reports.

2. Create and modify the structure of database tables; set primary keys, field properties, data type on tables; define relationships between the tables.

3. Create and modify queries to view and extract data from tables by specifying criteria; create calculated fields, and multi-table select queries.

4. Printing database objects (tables, forms, reports, queries)

5. Create forms and reports using design view or a wizard; use control tools to design a form/report; modify properties; create a calculated control; use sections (headers, footers, detail)

CABOT 276

1. Enhance forms and reports with Object Linking and Embedded (OLE) fields, hyperlinks, and subforms.

2. Embed and link objects created in other programs.

3. Create, modify and run macros to automatically execute a series of tasks.

4. Create an application system using macros, wizards, and the Switchboard Manager.

5. Customize forms and reports.

CABOT 280

1. The student will create, modify, save, and print basic presentations;

2. The student will customize presentations by adding images, charts, tables, and objects created in other application programs;

3. The student will add animation, sound, timing, and other features to presentations;

4. The student will manage presentation files and folders;

5. The student will deliver a basic presentation.

CABOT 285

1. Set up and manage e-mail messages.

2. Add and manage contact lists and distribution lists.

3. Set up and use the calendar to schedule one-time or recurring appointments, meetings, events.

4. Use Scheduling and Tracking to manage meetings.

5. Create and manage tasks and notes.

6. Customize Outlook Today and Outlook folders.

CABOT 286

1. The student will be able to create, edit, and print professional quality publications suitable for course work, business purposes, and personal use;

2. The student will be able to manage files and folders;

3. The student will be able to use design templates to create publications such as newsletters, brochures, invoices, purchase orders, business cards, fliers;

4. The student will be able to incorporate graphics, illustrations, and photographs effectively.

MOA 181

1. Explain the guidelines in forming and pronouncing basic medical terms;

2. Demonstrate use of medical office terms for common diagnostic and therapeutic intervention

3. Develop a beginning vocabulary of basic medical office terms for each body system;

4. Correctly spell and pronounce basic medical office terms.

MOA 182

1. Explain the guidelines in forming and pronouncing medical terms;

2. Analyze medical terms to determine their meaning;

3. Develop a beginning vocabulary of medical terms for each body system;

4. Correctly spell and pronounce medical terms.

MOA 183

MOA 185

MOA 187

1. The student will demonstrate knowledge of the responsibilities of working as a dental receptionist or secretary in the front office.

2. The student will be able to prepare dental records and demonstrate how to care for these records properly.

3. The student will be able to handle insurance claims, filing, charting, billing, coding, and bookkeeping responsibilities.

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