Office Technology



Early computers displayed information only in words, not images, and computer users had to type every instruction. It wasn’t until 1984, when Apple released the Macintosh, that computers started to resemble the machines offices rely on today. To become an invaluable member of the team at any office, you’ll need to know your way around the personal computer.

As an office technology major, you’ll learn how to use the latest word-processing, spreadsheet, desktop-publishing, and database management software. You’ll build the kind of cutting-edge computer skills today’s employers are looking for.

Leaders Who Majored in Office Technology

Brenda Hopster Morgan

Training Director,

Wyoming Electrical Joint Apprenticeship & Training Committee