Medical Office Assistant

768 hours (3 Terms)

Three (3) Terms, Diploma Upon Completion.

This curriculum is designed to provide instruction in various office skills that are necessary for a medical office environment.  Graduates may acquire entry level administrative positions as Medical Office Assistants.

  • Anatomy & Physiology 100 (64 hours)

  • Basic Concept of EKG 100 (64 hours)
  • Business Communications (64 hours)

  • Clinical Asepsis 100 (32 hours)

  • Medical Record keeping-HIPAA 100 (32 hours)

  • Computer Applications 100 (MSWord) (64 hours)

  • Computer Applications 101 (MSExcel) (64 hours)

  • Computer Hardware/Software 100 (64 hours)

  • Keyboarding (64 hours)

  • Medical Billing 100 (64 hours)

  • Medical Terms 100 (64 hours)

  • Elective I (64 hours)

  • Elective II (64 hours)

Accounting with Business Applications

1024 hours

Four (4) Terms, Diploma Upon Completion.

This curriculum is designed to provide training in accounting, office skills and hands-on computer applications. Graduates may acquire entry level positions as bookkeepers utilizing computer software applications.

  • Accounting 100 (64 hours)

  • Accounting 101 (64 hours)

  • Accounting 102 (64 hours)

  • Business Communications 100 (64 hour

  • Business Org. & Management 100 (64 hours)

  • Computer Applications 100 (MSWord) (64 hours)

  • Computer Applications 101 (MSExcel) (64 hours)

  • Computer Hardware/Software 100 (64 hours)

  • Computerized Accounting 100 (64 hours)

  • Income Tax Procedures 100 (64 hours)

  • Keyboarding 100 (64 hours)

  • Math 100 (64 hours)

  • Payroll Accounting 100 (64 hours)

  • Elective I (64 hours)

  • Elective II (64 hours)

  • Elective III (64 hours)

 

Computerized Applications

768 hours

Three (3) Terms, Diploma Upon Completion.

This curriculum is designed to provide training in the areas of business related courses and computers.  Graduates may acquire entry-level positions as computer operators, web designers and other entry level positions that require basic knowledge of computer applications and skills.

  • Business Communications 100 (64 hours)

  • Business Org.& Management 100 (64 hours)

  • Computer Applications 100 (MSWord) (64 hours)

  • Computer Applications 101 (MSExcel) (64 hours)

  • Computer Hardware/Software 100 (64 hours)

  • Desktop Publishing 100 (64 hours)

  • Digital Computer Graphics 100 (64 hours)

  • Keyboarding 100 (64 hours)

  • Math 100 (64 hours)

  • Web Design 100 (64 hours)

  • Elective I (64 hours)

  • Elective II 100 (64 hours)

 

Computerized Applications with ESL

1056 hours 

Four (4) Terms, Diploma Upon Completion.

This curriculum is designed to provide training in the areas of business related courses and computers.  Graduates may acquire entry-level positions as computer operators, web designers and other entry level positions that require basic knowledge of computer applications and skills.

ESL Component:

English 300

  • Reading/Writing 300 (96 hours)

  • Grammar 300 (96 hours)

  • Conversation 300 (96 hours)

After successful completion of English 300, student may continue with the following business courses:

  • Business Communications 100 (64 hours)

  • Business Org.& Management 100 (64 hours)

  • Computer Applications 100 (MSWord) (64 hours)

  • Computer Applications 101 (MSExcel) (64 hours)

  • Computer Hardware/Software 100 (64 hours)

  • Desktop Publishing 100 (64 hours)

  • Digital Computer Graphics 100 (64 hours)

  • Keyboarding 100 (64 hours)

  • Math 100 (64 hours)

  • Web Design 100 (64 hours)

  • Elective I (64 hours)

  • Elective II 100 (64 hours)

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