A degree in office management will teach students how to organize and manage others, resolve conflict, and maintain a positive working environment. Office managers oversee most of the day to day administrative tasks, payroll, and health benefit paperwork. They also schedule employees, and instruct others in maintaining files and other documents. Students who want to take on a leadership role should complete this degree program in order to become confident and responsible leaders.
Courses students will have to complete include staff management, payroll, communications, conflict resolution, project management, and data storage. There are many offices in large and small corporations, government agencies, and private organizations that need capable people to run them. Developing leadership, problem solving, and critical thinking skills is the basis for this degree program. Through group projects, assignments, and readings, students will learn the latest techniques in office management.