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Office Technology

Published or Revised October 03, 2018

Various office settings and career choices are open to those with basic office computer skills such as hospitals, clinics, insurance offices, government agencies, and home-based work.

PJC's Office Technology program trains students in the areas of microcomputer software applications, medical transcription and medical billing. Entry-level positions could also include unit secretary and insurance claims adjusting.

Quality training will increase your employment opportunities and at PJC you will get more one-on-one training and individual attention.

The medical office management and billing certificate is designed to train students for entry level positions such as medical transcription, medical billing, office medical clerk and other office jobs in medical records.

PJC certificates can be transitioned to an Associate degree of Applied Science and then a bachelor of applied arts and sciences at a four-year university.

PJC’s Office Technology Department offers the following options:

  • Associate of Applied Science Degree in Office Information Specialist (60 credit hours)
  • Medical Office Management and Billing Certificate (36 credit hours)
  • Office Accounting Certificate (42 credit hours)
  • Office/Computer Applications (30 credit hours)

For information on PJC's Office Technology programs, contact Wanda Duncan, Office Technology Instructor, at or 903.782.0378.