Vision Care Technician II (8398)

Vision Care Technician II (8398) This certificate program is designed to provide students with the basic skills and knowledge to begin work as an ophthalmic/optometric

Vision Care Technician I (8397)

Vision Care Technician I (8397) This course is one of two courses that prepare students to be Vision Care Assistants. Students participating in this entry-level

Medical Coding and Billing II (8389)

Medical Coding and Billing II (8389) Students will become familiar with the health insurance industry and legal and regulatory issues. Students will learn the principles

Medical Coding and Billing I (8388)

Medical Coding and Billing I (8388) Students will be introduced to healthcare systems, how to manage an office, and the electronic medical record as it

Surgical Technologist II (8352)

Surgical Technologist II (8352) This high-school-extended course offers classroom instruction and clinical training in selected approved health care facilities under the direction of an approved

Surgical Technologist I (8351)

Surgical Technologist I (8351) Students acquire knowledge and assisting-level skills to function in association with licensed nurses and surgeons/physicians, providing the best possible care of

Medical Assistant II (8346)

Medical Assistant I (8345) Students apply and implement medical-assisting skills and techniques learned in Medical Assistant I. They also learn management of health records; cardiopulmonary

Medical Assistant I (8345)

Medical Assistant I (8345) Students gain foundational knowledge in basic anatomy and physiology, medical ethics, medical asepsis, terminology, medical mathematics, and legal responsibilities. Students also

Medical Terminology (8382 / 8384)

Medical Terminology (8382 / 8384) Medical Terminology is designed to help students learn common medical terms essential for patient care. Topics are presented in logical

Radiologic Technology II (8376)

Radiologic Technology II (8376) Students will identify the basic components and functions associated with radiologic equipment and develop a scientific understanding of the technical factors

Radiologic Technology I (8375)

Radiologic Technology I (8375) Students will gain a basic understanding of the historical development and role of a radiologic technologist within the healthcare setting, as

Practical Nursing I (8357)

In the first semester of Practical Nursing, students will learn the fundamentals of nursing that include communication, human anatomy, body function, and nutrition, as related