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1 BUSINESS OFFICE ADMINISTRATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS Freshman Seminar (ORNT 1000, 1 credit) - This course is designed to introduce newly enrolled students to college life and career development through a variety of activities. It is recommended that this course be scheduled during the first semester of enrollment. An overview of college policies, procedures, and resources as well as study skills and time management strategies will introduce the student to the college experience. Also included is an introduction to electronic learning and the use of online resources. Career development including career research and personal/career assessments are also activities included in this course. PREREQUISITES: None Computer Literacy and Applications (CPTR 1002, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course is an introductory study and application of computer system components and operating system environments. Internet concepts, electronic mail, and core components of word processing, database management, spreadsheets, and presentation software will also be addressed. PREREQUISITES: None Introductory Keyboarding (KYBD 1010, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course is an introduction to basic keyboarding terminology and touch typing. Emphasis is placed on speed, accuracy, and correct techniques. PREREQUISITES: None Customer Service (CSRV 1000, 3 Credits, 45 clock) -- This course is intended to help participants' progress from learning about themselves, to learning how to relate to their internal customers as well as their external customers in the workplace. PREREQUISITES: Consent of Instructor Introduction to Formatting (KYBD 1111, 3 credits, 75 clock) This course covers continued development and application of introductory to intermediate keyboarding techniques combined with basic word processing techniques and functions. Emphasis is also placed on an increase in speed, accuracy, and correct keyboarding techniques. PREREQUISITES: CPTR 1002 and KYBD KYBD 1111 may be taken concurrently with CPTR Business English (BUSE 1030, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course is a concentrated and intensive study of English grammar and usage as applied to business documents and applications. PREREQUISITES: Satisfactory completion of all required Developmental Education English/Writing courses. Records Management (OSYS 1100, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course includes basic records management terminology, procedures, classification systems, electronic and manual storage, retrieval, and disposal, compliance with freedom of information laws and Privacy Act. PREREQUISITES: None Principles of Accounting, Part I (ACCT 1100, 3 credits, 75 clock) This course covers fundamental principles of double-entry accounting, with emphasis on journalizing, posting, and the preparation of financial statements; also accounting for cash and work at close of fiscal period using the cash basis for a service enterprise. PREREQUISITES: None

2 Business Math (BUSM 1050, 3 credits, 60 clock) This course covers a study of various business-related mathematical processes, principles, and techniques used to solve business problems on the electronic calculator. PREREQUISITES: Satisfactory completion of all required Developmental Education Math courses. Business Communication (BUSE 1045, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course is a study of concepts and methods of business communication. PREREQUISITES: Satisfactory completion of all required Developmental Education English/Writing courses and BUSE 1030 and KYBD Spreadsheets (CPTR 1320, 3 credits, 75 clock) This course focuses on basic fundamentals of producing spreadsheets and graphs. PREREQUISITES: CPTR 1002 Database Management (CPTR 1310, 3 credits, 60 clock) This course covers basic methods of creating a database, adding, changing and deleting information in a database, printing data in the form of reports, and printing of address labels. PREREQUISITES: CPTR 1002 Word Processing (ISYS 1440, 3 credits, 75 clock) This course provides hands-on experience of word processing techniques and functions with emphasis on features and commands using a current version of word processing software. PREREQUISITES: KYBD 1010 and CPTR Principles of Accounting, Part II (ACCT 1200, 3 credit, 75 clock) This course covers fundamental accounting principles relating to sales and receipts, purchases and payments, cash, and payroll; accrual accounting for a merchandising business including the periodic summary, adjustments, and end-ofperiod closing procedures. PREREQUISITES: ACCT Desktop Publishing (ISYS 1650, 3 credits, 60 clock) This course includes basic concepts in creating documents containing graphics and text. Current version of popular word processing/graphics software is incorporated. PREREQUISITES: ISYS 1440 or discretion of instructor. Machine Transcription (MATR 1350, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course includes hands-on application of machine transcription equipment, as well as production of documents (mailable copy) from various fields of employment. Emphasis is on English language skills: punctuation, spelling, grammar, and vocabulary. PREREQUISITES: BUSE 1030 and ISYS 1440 or KYBD 1111 Office Procedures (OSYS 2530, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course focuses on understanding the role of the office professional in today s changing office environment. Students learn effective office, human relations, communication, decision-making, and critical thinking skills by completing assignments and live projects. Specific items covered in this course include interpersonal communications, professional presence and success behaviors, stress and time management, work ethics and diversity, current technology, telecommunications, mail and records management, business correspondence, teamwork, meetings and presentations, travel and conference arrangements, and career development. PREREQUISITES: BUSE 1030 and KYBD 1111 or ISYS

3 Job Seeking Skills (JOBS 2450, 2 credits, 30 clock) - This course is required of all Technical Diploma and Associate Degree students and should be taken during their last semester of enrollment prior to completion of diploma/degree requirements. This course assists students in making immediate and future decisions concerning job choices and educational growth by compiling résumés, evaluating job offers, and outlining information essential to finding, applying for, and terminating a job. PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of 15 hours in major program. Payroll Accounting (ACCT 1250, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course covers accounting principles and procedures relating to payroll accounting, including payroll and personnel records and reports; computation and payment of wages and salaries, social security taxes, income tax withholding; unemployment compensation taxes; and the analysis and recording of payroll transactions. PREREQUISITES: ACCT 1200 Intermediate Accounting (ACCT 1300, 3 credits, 60 clock) This course covers accounting principles relating to accounts receivable, accounts payable, uncollectible accounts, notes and interest, merchandise inventory, property, plant, and equipment; and account for partnerships. PREREQUISITES: ACCT 1200 Advanced Accounting (ACCT 1400, 3 credits, 60 clock) This course covers principles relating to the corporate organization, including accounting for accounting principles and reporting standards. Financial reporting and analyses including cash flow statements, measures of profitability, liquidity, and financial strength, and accounting for departmentalized profit and cost centers is also covered. PREREQUISITES: ACCT 1200 Computerized Accounting (ACCT 1500, 3 credits, 60 clock) -- This course covers basic accounting principles utilizing the application of a computerized accounting package which includes setting up the accounting system, recording routine transactions, preparing financial statements, and completing the year-end operations. PREREQUISITES: ACCT 1200 Introduction to Networking Technologies (CPTR 1400, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course is an introductory study of networking technologies which includes the planning, implementation, and administration of networks. The course also includes the theoretical aspects of troubleshooting and security related issues. PREREQUISITES: CPTR 1002 Presentation Software (CPTR 1600, 3 credits, 45 clock) The student will study the use of presentation software. The course will focus on design and proper technique for developing a presentation. PREREQUISITES: CPTR 1002 or the discretion of the instructor General Body Structure ( BOTH 1120, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course covers identification of the organs and basic functions of the human body and disorders as it relates to each system with medical terminology integrated with each. PREREQUISITES: None Medical Office Terminology (BOTH 1300, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course covers an introduction of basic medical terms by use of prefixes, suffixes, and anatomical roots. PREREQUISITES: None 3

4 Insurance Billing (BOTH 1230, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course covers discussion of the types of health insurance, insurance claims procedures and instruction in the application of the current version of the International Classification of Diseases, 2013, 10 th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) Classification System and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT). Students may participate in selected clinical sites as part of this course, if available. PREREQUISITES: BOTH 1120; can be taken concurrently with BOTH 1240 Coding (BOTH 1240, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course covers discussion of the types of health insurance, insurance claim procedures and instruction in the application of the current version of the 2013 International Classification of Diseases, 10 th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) Classification System, the transition of ICD-9-CM to ICD10-CM and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT). Students may participate in selected clinical sites as part of this course, if available. PREREQUISITES: BOTH 1120; can be taken concurrently with BOTH 1230 Advanced Coding (BOTH 1250, 3 credits, 75 clock) This course covers advanced diagnosis and procedure coding in the application of the current version of the 2013 International Classification of Diseases, 10 th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) Classification System and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT). Students may participate in selected clinical sites as part of this course, if available. PREREQUISITES: BOTH 1120 and BOTH 1230 and BOTH 1240 Administrative Procedures for Medical Offices (BOTH 1210, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course is a discussion of the components of effective client/staff communication, both verbal and nonverbal. Beginning front office activities in a medical office such as scheduling, insurance, billing, using and maintaining office equipment, legal and ethical issues in the medical office, maintaining patient records, and patient/client education methods are covered. Practical application activities are integrated throughout this course. PREREQUISITES: KYBD 1111 (or) KYBD 1111 may be taken concurrently with BOTH 1210 Medical Office Transcription (BOTH 2110, 3 credits, 45 clock) This course covers principles of medical transcription along with practical application and usage of medical forms, reports and case studies with integrated medical terminology and medical keyboarding. Students may participate in selected clinical sites as part of this course, if available. PREREQUISITES: BOTH 1300 and KYBD 1111 College Algebra (MATH 1015, 3 credits, 45 clock) - Linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, radical and rational equations, complex numbers, graphing, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial equations, systems of linear equations and inequalities. PREREQUISITES: None Introduction to Psychology (PSYC 2015, 3 credits, 45 clock) - An overview of psychology designed to expose students to the major theories, research practices, and applied areas of psychology. PREREQUISITES: None 4

5 Introduction to Public Speaking (SPCH 1015, 3 credits, 45 clock) - Designed to teach students basic public presentation principles and skills. Students complete one speech each of personal introduction, information, persuasion, demonstration, and special occasion (influential person). PREREQUISITES: None Physical Science (PHSC 1015, 3 credits, 45 clock) - Introductory study of topics in physical science including motion, energy, temperature, light and sound, electricity, and atomic structure. PREREQUISITES: None Special Projects I (SPPR 2991, 1 credit, 30 clock) - A course designed for the student who has Special Projects II (SPPR 2993, 2 credits, 60 clock) - A course designed for the student who has Special Projects III (SPPR 2995, 3 credits, 90 clock) - A course designed for the student who has Special Projects IV (SPPR 2996, 3 credits, 45 clock) - A course designed for the student who has Special Projects V (SPPR 2997, 1 credit, 15 clock) - A course designed for the student who has Practicum (3 credits, 135 clock) - A Practicum provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's education objectives. Students participating in Practicum do not receive compensation. PREREQUISITES: Consent of Instructor Cooperative Education (3 credits, 135 clock) - Cooperative Education provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objectives. Students participating in Cooperative Education receive compensation for their work. PREREQUISITES: Consent of Instructor 5

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