Undergraduate College Courses

St. Francis College

 

Secretarial courses for licensing

School secretaries can fulfill licensing requirements, work toward differentials, and improve their knowledge and skills through the union’s credit-bearing courses designed especially for them.

School secretaries must earn 30 undergraduate credits within 3 years of getting their licenses to meet the NYC Department of Education requirements. Twenty-eight can be from any college courses, such as those offered through this program. The DOE requires a total of 2 credits in professional studies from courses in School Records and Accounts, such as OFFICE SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES I. This course is a license requirement.

The OFFICE SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES II course can be used as an elective for salary differentials and/or the initial 30 credit requirement. This course is not a license requirement, unless you were appointed as a school secretary before October, 2014.

Course offered for school secretaries

  • EDBD 1050 School Records and Accounts (Office Systems and Procedures I) – 3 credits
  • EDBD 1060 General Education Elective: The School Secretary (Office Systems and Procedures II) – 3 credits

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