Program Details

Office Administration Part Time (A.A.S)

The main aim of this program is to provide a level of training consistent with the changing demands of today’s work environment and the high standard of performance required by employers of their administrative support staff at the middle and senior management levels. Therefore, much of the emphasis of this programme is on the management and organizational practices, computerized applications, business ethics and communications and the administration of office systems and procedures.

Admission Requirements

  •  Four (4) passes at CSEC General Proficiency Level with Grade 1, 2, or 3 including English 
  • Any qualification considered by the College to be equivalent to the abovementioned.

Mature Applicants

  • Persons 25 years or older who do not satisfy the above academic requirements may be admitted to the College as mature students.
  • All profession Certificates and Resume
  • Two (2) Reference letters

Study Mode: Part-Time

                          All clasess are schedule Monday to Thursdays from 5pm - 8pm.

Duration: 3 Years

Associate Degree in Office Administration and Management Studies

To obtain a CFBC Associate Degree in Office Administration and Management Studies , students are required to complete all courses.


Programme Structure


Office Administration and Management Studies (A.A.S) Part - Time

Year One  
Semester 1 Semester 2
ACCT1001 Principle of Accounting
SPAN1001 Spanish I
MGMT1000 Business Law
COMP1004 Computer Concepts
ENG1041 English & Communication I
ACCT2001 Financial Account I
MGMT1001 Principle of Management
ECON1001 Micro-Economics
PMAT1001 Practical Maths
SPAN1002 Spanish II
MGMT1003 Business Communication
Summer Semester  
Year Two  
Semester 3 Semester 4
OADM2001 Office Administration and Management I
OADM2002 Caribbean Politics and Society
MGMT2007 Organizational Behavior
ECON1002 Macro-Economics
COMP2006 Micro- Computer Application 1
ACCT2007 Financial Accounting II
MGMT2004 Human Resource Management
OADM2003 Ethic and Citizenship
OADM2004 Office Administration and Management II
MGMT2005 Fundamental of Marketing
COMP2007 Micro-Computer Application 2
OADM2006 Seminar Presentation
Summer Semester  
Year Three  
Semester 5 Semester 6