Business Technology
Ogeechee Technical College
 

 

Meet the Faculty


LeAnne P. Robinson, M.B.A., B.S.

Business Administrative Technology Instructor

Office: Rm 559
Health Sciences South Bldg
912.871.1626
lrobinson@ogeecheetech.edu

Mrs. Robinson began teaching at Ogeechee Technical College September 1999 as an adjunct Business Office Technology instructor and joined as a full-time instructor January 2000. LeAnne later joined Student Affairs in May 2010 as the Director for Recruitment and Retention Services. She returned to teach as a Business Administrative Technology instructor May 2013.

LeAnne was chosen as the Ogeechee Technical College Instructor of the Year in 2006. Also, she is a 2006 graduate of Leadership Bulloch through Statesboro Chamber of Commerce.

She centers her life to help others; she has volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club of Bulloch County since 2002 and mentors teen girls with the Statesboro Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

Her dedication, determination, and desire to teach students to find their success and purpose in life is a true passion for LeAnne.

M.B.A., Amberton University
B.S., Mississippi Valley State University
MOUS Certification: Word Certificate, Ogeechee Technical College


Rodney Smith

Business Administrative Technology Instructor

Office: Rm 557
Health Sciences South Bldg
912.871.1958
rsmith@ogeecheetech.edu

Instructor Rodney Smith has broad professional expertise in a diverse career range. His education is equally as broad.

Mr. Smith’s work experience has included sales, marketing, management, education, training, and entrepreneurship in the fields of telecommunications, automotive parts, the ministry and photography.

Mr. Smith is a native of Georgia and has lived in North Georgia, Atlanta metro, and now in Statesboro.

His education is from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Samford University, the Southern Baptist Theological seminary, and University of West Georgia. He holds the Bachelor of Science, Master of Theology and Master of Education degrees.

M.Ed., University of West Georgia
M. Div., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
B.S., Samford University

Program Goals

  1. Provide current curriculum, instructional materials, and equipment (in accordance with available funding) which teach knowledge, skills, and attitudes appropriate to industry needs.

  2. Provide educational facilities which foster learning and provide safe, healthy environments available and accessible to all students who can benefit from the program.

  3. Provide academic instruction which supports effective learning within the program and which enhances professional performance on the job.

  4. Provide employability skills which foster work attitudes and work habits that will enable graduates of the program to perform as good employees.

  5. Nurture the desire for learning so that graduates will pursue their own continuing education as lifelong endeavor.

  6. Provide an educational atmosphere which promotes a positive self-image and a sense of personal well-being.

  7. Provide education that fosters development of good safety habits.

  8. Provide admissions, educational, and placement services without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, academic disadvantage, physical or economic disadvantage.

  9. Provide information to the public regarding the program that will facilitate recruitment and enrollment of students.

  10. Promote good public relations via contacts and regular communication with business, industry, and the public sector.

  11. Promote faculty and student rapport and communications to enhance student success in the program.


 

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Programs of Study


Business Technology AAS Degree*

Business Technology Diploma*

Medical Billing Clerk Certificate

Medical Front Office Assistant Certificate

Microsoft Office Application Professional Certificate

*Denotes Title IV eligible program (PELL).

 

Program Courses


The Business Administrative Technology programs are designed to prepare graduates for employment in a variety of positions in today's automated technology-driven offices. The programs provide learning opportunities that introduce, develop, and reinforce academic and occupational knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. Additionally, the programs provide opportunities to upgrade present knowledge and skills or to retrain in the areas of business administration and business technology. The programs emphasize the use of word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database application software.

 

Program Courses


BUSN 1015 - Introduction to Medical Insurance
BUSN 1190 - Digital Technology
BUSN 1240 - Office Procedures
BUSN 1310 - Introduction to Business
BUSN 1340 - Customer Service Effectiveness
BUSN 1400 - Word Processing
BUSN 1410 - Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications
BUSN 1420 - Database Applications
BUSN 1430 - Desktop Publishing and Presentation Applications
BUSN 1440 - Document Production
BUSN 2160 - Electronic Mail Applications
BUSN 2190 - Business Document Proofreading and Editing
BUSN 2210 - Applied Office Procedures
BUSN 2230 - Office Management
BUSN 2240 - Business Administrative Assistant Internship I
BUSN 2250 - Business Administrative Assistant Internship II
BUSN 2340 - Medical Administrative Procedures
BUSN 2370 - Medical Office/Billing/Coding/Insurance
BUSN 2380 - Medical Administrative Assistant Internship I
BUSN 2390 - Medical Administrative Assistant Internship II


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