At A Glance
One-year certificate program that teaches a full understanding and knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Introduction to Computers and Advanced Computers.
Graduates can work as executive assistants, administrative assistants, project coordinators or research analysts.
Students will be prepared to take the Microsoft Office Certification exam for Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Offered at the Scranton campus.
Welcome to Information Management Technician Certificate-Certificate Program
If you want a full understanding of the Microsoft Office suite, consider enrolling in Lackawanna College’s Information Management Technician certificate program. The program prepares students to enter the workforce prepared for an office setting.
Your Career Starts Here
Information asset management is critical to a well-run office and business. The Information Management Technician professional certificate program gives students comprehensive knowledge of Microsoft Office as well as business communications, introduction to management, business ethics, customer service skills, and more.
More About the Program
Lackawanna’s Information Management Technician professional certification program instills in students the necessary knowledge to prepare for Microsoft Office certification exams in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook.
The program will also prepare students for the QuickBooks certification exam, which is held on-site or can be offered remotely.
The Course Work
Lackawanna College’s Information Management Technician professional certification program is affordable and trains students to enter the workforce prepared for an office setting. The 1,200-hour program costs $21,420 and runs for 48 weeks. after which a one-year certificate is rewarded.
The program’s course schedule is as follows:
- Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
- Weeks 1 – 20: Introductory & Advanced Computer Applications
- Weeks 21 – 26: Math of Finance
- Weeks 27 – 36: College Accounting & QuickBooks
- Weeks 37 – 40: Business Communications
- Weeks 41 – 43: Introduction to Management
- Weeks 44 – 46: Human Resource Management
- Weeks 47 – 48: Workplace Readiness (Resume Prep, Interview Skills & Job Search)
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