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In today’s dynamic business environment, companies need office managers who are generalists with solid skills in several key areas. Office administration includes a wide variety of critical tasks that help organizations function effectively and efficiently, such as basic accounting, marketing and social media, and customer service. An office manager is a problem-solver who can help an organization grow. Whether you are currently working in office administration or looking to start a new career, this program will teach you the skills you need to succeed.

Office administration certificate with logistics specialization

Whatcom offers an office administration - logistics certificate that builds off of the general office administration certificate with specialized content that provides students with knowledge and skills required to assist in the daily tasks associated with import/export processes, logistics, customer relations, and records management, all within the framework of international business, global trade, and inter-cultural issues.

Acquire skills and knowledge to implement sustainability in business and leadership practices

Whatcom offers a 9-credit certificate of proficiency in sustainable business leadership practices. This certificate is ideal for business professionals who wish to become change agents for sustainability within their respective organizations or for students who have a sound business foundation.


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