1 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ( present) APPROVAL: The State of Ohio-State Board of Career Colleges and Schools ACCREDITED: Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools UNIT OF CREDIT: Quarter system consisting of weeks each; Online courses consist of five week terms. AC1001 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I The student will learn the basic principles of accounting as applied to business entities with emphasis on accounting terminology and techniques. Students will develop the analytical and decision-making skills necessary for success in a business office. ICA1005 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I (Online) This introductory course provides the student with an understanding of general ledger accounting. Topics within a service business are introduced such as analyzing transactions, double-entry framework, adjusting entries, financial statements, tracking cash, and posting transactions. An emphasis is placed on employment-related scenarios. AC1002 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II This is a continuation of Accounting Principles I focusing on specific accounting problems that face businesses. Emphasis will be placed on accounting for short and long-term assets, inventories, and current liabilities and depreciation. ICA1006 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II (Online) This course continues building skills from Accounting Principles I. The student is guided through more in-depth information within the accounting field and is introduced to accounting for a merchandising business. Course topics will include analyzing transactions, double-entry framework, adjusting entries, financial statements, tracking cash, and posting transactions. AC1003 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES III The student will learn financial reporting for partnerships and corporations. In particular accounting for stockholders equity and emphasizing other contemporary accounting issues that face major corporations will be covered. AC1051 ACCOUNTING IV This course utilizes the microcomputer to provide a hands-on approach to learning how computerized integrated accounting systems function, while reinforcing basic accounting principles. AC1052 ACCOUNTING V (Income Tax) The course provides a comprehensive explanation of the federal tax structure and training in the application of the tax principles to specific problems related to the preparation of individual tax returns. AC2001 ACCOUNTING VI The student will learn basic cost accounting principles for manufacturing firms. Included is a detailed, analytical study of the various costs inherent to a manufacturing firm. Job-order and process costing methods are covered. SS1001 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT PROCEDURES The student is trained for those duties which distinguish the secretary from the stenographer. An analysis is made of the broad scope of the work, and the student is made aware of the many details in which a secretary must qualify opening and sorting mail, receiving of callers, making appointments, obtaining and organizing facts, using reference materials, preparing reports, prioritizing work, maintaining equipment, making travel arrangements, and handling tasks associated with office meetings and conferences. Personal characteristics such as attitude and appearance are addressed. MS2001 ADMINISTRATIVE MEDICAL ASSISTING In addition to organizing and assisting in the back office (the clinic), the Medical Assistant can also be responsible for the front office. Here the MA will assist in supply and inventory controls, billing and collections, the practitioner s scheduling, and may have reception responsibilities. IMC1055 ADVANCED MEDICAL CODING I (Online) 7 Credit Hours This course will cover the codes required to bill insurance companies for services. It will include material covering Evaluation and Management of Services, Anatomical Coding and Procedural Coding. This course will build upon the course on the Fundamentals of Coding and present abstract situations for the student to apply their knowledge to.
2 IMC2056 ADVANCED MEDICAL CODING II (Online) 6 Credit Hours This course provides more in-depth coverage of the codes required to bill insurance companies for services. It will include material covering Evaluation and Management of Services, Anatomical Coding and Procedural Coding. This course will build upon the course on the Fundamentals of Coding and present abstract situations for the students to apply their knowledge to. IDG1004 ADVERTISING DESIGN I (Online) Conceptual skills in visual advertising are taught. Students will study and develop forms of advertising such as broadcast, direct mail, sales promotion, outdoor and collateral. Students will research and develop layout ads with markers and other commercial media, and study design principles, consumer motivation, advertising and ad format. IDG2001 ADVERTISING DESIGN II (Online) In this course, students will develop concept, design, and presentation of complete multimedia strategies for ad campaigns consisting of newspaper, magazine, direct mail, promotion and other means that will reach target audiences. SM1050 ANALYTICS & SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMAZATION This course prepares students to apply social media to aspects of marketing to help build better customer relationships. Students will learn the principles necessary for tracking customers, collecting data, and using data through different social media platforms. MS1003 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I MS1005 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY, PART I Students are introduced to various aspects of human anatomy and physiology for work in a medical or health related field. Diseases, anomalies, and present-day medical procedures are studied. Emphasis is on how tissues, organs, and body systems work together to carry on complex activities. Extensive medical terms are highlighted in this course. MS1051 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II MS1062 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY, PART II This course is a continuation of Anatomy and Physiology I, and will build on many of those fundamentals. Emphasis will be on the cardiovascular, respiratory, reproductive, special-senses, endocrine, digestive, urinary, and lymphatic systems. IDG1012 ART HISTORY (Online) This course will acquaint the student with art history, the critical process, and the production of art in order to achieve a well balanced appreciation for art and how it relates to the development of culture. The course emphasizes the connections among historical, political, social, religious and artistic developments, showing how artists and designers are influenced by the culture and time in which they live. IMC1059 AUTOMATED MEDICAL OFFICE (Online) 5 Credit Hours Students are introduced to word processing and word processing applications. They will learn the basic formatting of simple tables, reports, and business correspondence. Continued emphasis will be placed on building speed and accuracy. The course will also introduce the fundamentals of the Medical Manager program. This application software is the most widely distributed scheduling program in the Medical field. ITY1002 BASIC COMPUTER KEYBOARDING (Online) Students will develop or review touch typing techniques, including alphabetic, numeric, and symbol keyboarding. Speed and accuracy will be developed, and progress will be monitored weekly. IEN1053 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (Online) This course explores the principles and techniques of effective written business communications. Students will discuss, critiques, and practice business-writing strategies to produce messages, letters, reports, and presentations, while developing critical thinking skills. Business communication in a global business environment is also emphasized. ILA1003 BUSINESS ETHICS AND LAW (Online) This course provides a study of the American legal system with an emphasis on how business organizations operate within that system, as well as an overview of the ethical issues and considerations that businesses encounter. Students learn about business law and ethics, contracts and sales, consumer protection issues and laws, agency and employment issues and laws, computer privacy issues, real property issues, and other relevant topics.
3 LA1001 BUSINESS LAW Fundamentals of commercial and business law are presented. Topics for study include the nature and substance of law and the creation, classification, operation, and discharge of contracts. Students are given a basic understanding of terms and theories connected with business law. MA1001 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS A realistic approach to math as it relates to businesses is presented. Students will learn everyday business situations that need mathematical computations with emphasis on mark-ups, discounts, percents, interest, and financial accounting aspects. IDG1011 BUSINESS OF GRAPHIC DESIGN (Online) This course presents the principles and techniques students need to work effectively in a graphic design firm. Students will learn proper file management techniques, budget and time management essentials through the development of a initiated project on a production schedule, the focus of this course will also allow students to have an understanding of the complete design process that will be applicable to the client s need. MS2011 CLINICAL COMPETENCIES CPR certification along with Bloodborne Pathogen Standards will be taught during the first week of the quarter. The remainder of the course consists of labs that will serve as a review of clinical and administrative competencies prior to seeking certification. MS1052 CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTING The student will learn to prepare patients for examination or treatment, take vital signs, sterilize instruments and perform simple lab tests, collect routine laboratory specimens for safe processing while following acceptable aseptic procedures, also, students will learn standard EKG hook-ups and how to provide data for diagnosis and treatment of heart ailments. MS2010 CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTING II This course serves as a capstone learning experience for all clinical procedures in preparation for the externship experience. It is primarily a lab course. IGE1053 COLLEGE MATH (Online) IGE1054 COLLEGE MATH (Online) This course is designed to develop mathematical and computational skills needed by college students and aids students in making the transition from computational to application mathematics. The student gains practice in mathematical calculations including percent, ratio, proportion, measurement, evaluation of numerical expressions and using charts, tables and graphs to solve problems. Emphasis is on solving for the unknown to help students become comfortable using variables to represent numbers. IDG1008 COLOR THEORY AND DESIGN (Online) This course presents principles and techniques for the perception and effective use of color in all media. The student will explore the nature of color, the uses of color and will develop an understanding of color as a vital element in design. Includes work with color values and basic color schemes. EN1001 COMMUNICATIONS (Business English) This basic English class concentrates on developing the student s ability to communicate effectively and correctly. Emphasis will be placed on sentence structure, spelling, and punctuation. GE1051 COMPOSITION This class integrates writing instruction with readings and editing skills. Students learn to write concisely in direct response to assigned readings. ICA1008 COMPUTER AND OFFICE APPLICATIONS (Online) This course is designed to provide an introduction to personal management and collaboration software including , calendar, contacts, and tasking features using Microsoft Outlook. Students learn the advanced functionality of Outlook, including interactive task and calendaring functions, and practice group scheduling. This course introduces computer novices and/or beginning students to the features and functionality of computer hardware and computer literacy, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Applications such as Word and Excel.
4 ICA1055 COMPUTER FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS (Online) Basic principles of computer terminology, file management, , Internet, and basic word processing and spreadsheets will be explored. Fundamentals of computer literacy will be addressed, including reviewing the main elements of computer hardware and peripherals. AC2002 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING The course applies the basic accounting principles to a variety of computerized accounting programs. The students will gain expertise on an integrated accounting program, a computerized payroll program, and a computerized tax program. IGE1002 CRITICAL THINKING (Online) This course introduces critical thinking skills. Students gain an introductory level experience in deductive/inductive reasoning skills. The student will discuss experiences of everyday life and the repercussions of decision-making at various levels. BA1005 CUSTOMER SERVICE This course introduces and reinforces basic service principles and helps students develop professional customer handling, telephone, and communication skills. IBU1005 CUSTOMER SERVICE PRINCIPLES (Online) This course introduces and reinforces basic customer service principles and helps students develop professional customer handling, telephone, and communication skills. Students practice listening and questioning techniques, call control, and empathy. Difficult situations are covered, with an emphasis on problem-solving and assertive communication. CA1002 DATABASE MANAGEMENT Students are introduced to database management concepts through intensive hands-on use of popular databasemanagement software. Students use a variety of exercises to build from the simple to the complex. Topics include creating tables, forms, reports, and queries. ICA1002 DATABASE MANAGEMENT (Online) This course covers the principles and features of a database management system, using a popular database. Students learn to create and manage databases, and acquire skills and knowledge regarding data management and integrity, working with queries and forms, managing reports, using tools and macros, database and file management, analyzing and filtering data, relational databases, and linking databases to the Web. IDG1003 DESIGN LITERACY (Online) This course introduces students to fundamental visual design principles, vocabulary, and applications in design. Topics relevant to 2D and 3D design techniques for effective visual results will be covered. CA1003 DESKTOP PUBLISHING Students will use popular desktop publishing software to design and print a variety of business related products such as newsletters, flyers and brochures as well as advertising and marketing literature. ICA1003 DESKTOP PUBLISHING (Online) This course provides students with the practical knowledge and skills to create publications that include graphics and images. Using a popular desktop publishing application, students will create flyers, calendars, newsletters, advertisements, and various publications commonly used in business. ICA1056 DESKTOP PUBLISHIG WITH INDESIGN (Online) This course focuses on the uses of desktop publishing software for document layout and design. Students have the opportunity to learn how to integrate text, graphics, and photographs to create a variety of professional quality finished documents for practical and business use. Principles of layout and design will be practiced. ICA1057 DESKTOP SUPPORT SKILLS (Online) This course is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to install and configure their operating system on stand-alone computers. In addition, this course enables the students to optimize performance and implement disaster protection.
5 IDG1005 DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION (Online) This course focuses on drawing illustrative matter for commercial applications using various materials and techniques appropriate to the field of graphic design and illustration. Emphasis is placed on visualization and sketching of concepts. Students work with the latest painting and drawing software that digitally mimics traditional tools. IDG1002 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (Online) The course will explore many fundamental techniques for digitally correcting, enhancing, and altering scanned or digitally photographed images. Students will discover methods for working with various digital darkroom tools and the options and palettes associated with them. Creative uses for layers and masks will also be explored. MS2003 DISEASE PATHOLOGY/LAB TESTS This course will apply the knowledge previously learned in Medical Terminology I and II, and Anatomy and Physiology I and II to the disease process. Common diseases will be covered in a body systems approach. Laboratory and diagnostic tests will also be applied to each body system. The relationship between diagnostic testing and diagnosis of disease will be explored. GE1010 EARTH/ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE GE1013 EARTH/ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE The central theme of the course is the link between humans and their surroundings, specifically the causal interrelationship of humans and the environment. GE1002 ECONOMICS EC1001 ECONOMICS This course teaches the basics of contemporary economic theory encompassing microeconomics and macroeconomics, the international economy, supply/demand, production/cost, competition/monopoly, GDP/economic growth, and labor market issues. IGE1004 EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION (Online) Communication skills are developed through the use of effective listening, speaking, and writing skills. The student will develop the ability to speak clearly and effectively by learning to plan, compose and deliver ideas. Emphasis is on the global, ethical, technological, and customer service aspects of communication. MC1052 ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS This course uses the practical application of Electronic Health Records using hands-on exercises and case studies to assist in becoming proficient in the use of EHR systems in the medical office setting. LA1050 EMPLOYMENT LAW Surveying federal and state laws as they affect the human resource function, this course explores equal employment opportunity, employment agreements, wage and overtime payment, and other regulatory issues. IGE1055 ENGLISH COMPOSITION (Online) Principles of English composition are introduced and applied. Students develop clear and effective writing skills through the application of proper grammatical usage, paragraph development, and essay writing assignments. IGE1010 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (Online) In this introduction to Environmental science, students will learn about the concept of sustainability as it relates to capital degradation. Students will learn to think critically about the costs and trade-offs of environmental solutions. A focus will be placed on preserving earth s natural resources. MS1053 EXAMINATIONS/SPECIALTY PROCEDURES Using prescribed methodologies, students assist the practitioner in arriving at diagnostic conclusions, Specimens, vital signs, and recognizing emergencies are included in this course. MS2004 EXTERNSHIP SEMINAR All externship students will meet for one hour each week to discuss their experiences on their assigned site. AC1053 FINANCE This course studies the methods of securing and managing funds on a short, intermediate, and long-term basis. Studies include the science of collecting, organizing, presenting, and interpreting numerical data for making responsible business
6 decisions. Topical coverage will include forecasting, working capital management, capital budgeting techniques, and cost of capital. SM100 FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING This course provides students with the fundamental tools to create effective social media marketing plans. Students will be instructed in social media ethics for proper etiquette as marketers on the social web. Quantitative and qualitative social media measurements will be evaluated, in conjunction with various ways to gauge an organization s return on investment in social media marketing activities. FS1001 FRESHMAN SEMINAR 1 Credit Hour This course presents a variety of college survival skills. Students will be introduced to topics such as personal finances, study habits, and support networks, as well as, note-taking and test-taking strategies. IMS1003 FUNDAMENTALS OF ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (Online) This course provides a basic understanding of the organization of the human body with emphasis on the clinical and pathological conditions of all body systems. Special emphasis will be placed on adding to the vocabulary of medical terminology and the dialogue with the doctor and other medical staff. This course will be organized systematically and will approach the subject via organ systems. IMC1056 FUNDAMENTALS OF MEDICAL CODING I (Online) 7 Credit Hours This course provides instruction in the fundamentals of medical coding. It details how to operate today s common coding systems, including Current Procedural Terminology, International Classification of Diseases 9 th Revision, Clinical Modifications (ICS-9-CM), ICD-9-CM Official Coding Guidelines and CMS Healthcare Common Procedural Coding system. Course topics covered will include a generalized intro to Current Procedural Technology, Evaluation and Management, Basic Anatomical Coding, Radiology, and third party reimbursement issues. IMC2057 FUNDAMENTALS OF MEDICAL CODING II (Online) 6 Credit Hours This course provides instruction in the fundamentals of medical coding. It details how to operate today s common coding systems, including Current Procedural Terminology, International Classification of Diseases 9 th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICS-9-CM), ICD-9-CM Official Coding Guidelines and CMS Healthcare Common Procedural Coding system. Course topics covered will include a generalized intro to Current Procedural Technology, Evaluation and Management, Basic Anatomical Coding, Radiology, and third party reimbursement issues. IGE1005 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (Online) This course is an introduction to the field of psychology as the scientific study of the behavior of man. Through a blend of application and theory, students develop a basic understanding of psychological principles. These principles are then applied in a variety of situations. IDG2004 GRAPHIC DESIGN PORTFOLIO (Online) In this course, students will focus on the development of a portfolio of projects in graphic design. Examination of career opportunities in graphic design and illustration is emphasized. Discussion of strategies for approaching and presenting to potential employers and/or clients are presented. ICA1010 GRAPHICA PRESENTATIONS (Online) Using a leading presentation application, students will learn the skills and principles of effective digital presentations. Topics to be covered include planning, creating, edition, viewing, uploading, and printing. Students will learn to create slides, add animations, and a variety of visual effects to slides. Students will make a presentation online. MC2001 HEALTHCARE DATA CONTENT/STRUCTURE This course introduces generic components of medical record content, use and structure of health care data, and how it relates to primary and secondary records systems. Legal and ethical issues applicable to health information are also covered. HT2001 HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CAPSTONE The course provides a comprehensive review of the skills and knowledge required to implement and support healthcare IT (HIT) systems in various clinical and healthcare business settings. The course is based on the CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician exam (Exam HIT-001) competencies. Topics covered include: Healthcare Organizational Behavior; Healthcare Regulatory Requirements; Healthcare Business Operations; Healthcare IT Security, Privacy, and Confidentiality; and Healthcare IT Operations. The course also includes seven practice exams keyed to certification competencies.
7 HT1050 HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CASE STUDIES In this course, students will apply critical thinking skills to real-world workplace scenarios. The course is intended to aid the student to transition from theory learning to application. MC2002 HEALTH CLAIMS EXAMINING This course will teach the principles and theories of health claims examining, detailing the skills necessary to process, pay, and apply claims as an examiner accurately and consistently. Emphasis is placed on rejected claims. IMC1057 HIPAA OVERVIEW: PRIVACY & SECURITY (Online) This course will provide students with the knowledge necessary to comply with the topics related to privacy and security within the medical office environment. It will cover aspects of the Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). Course topics will include an intro to HIPAA Privacy and its relationship to Healthcare Employees, Insurers and Business Associates. It will introduce security safeguards for end users. BA1001 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT This class presents a comprehensive treatment of the field of personnel administration. Case studies related to analysis of major personnel management functions such as recruiting, hiring, firing, performance appraisals, training, counseling, and handling grievances will be covered. Additionally, aspects of employment law and government regulations will be covered. IHR1001 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (Online) This course introduces the key principles and methods related to the effective use of human resources in organizations. Students will gain an understanding of human resources involved in recruiting, selecting, and placing employees, with regards to training, experience, and abilities. Topics include total compensation, employee-management relations, and global human resources management. HR1050 HUMAN RESOURCE STAFFING, COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS In developing a strategic structure that organizations with human resources can use to achieve organizational goals, students in this course learn strategies and techniques for planning, recruiting, selecting, training, and retraining employees. This course will also focus on how organizations use pay systems and benefit plans to achieve organization goals. This course explores compensation design, analysis, and evaluation and both legally required and voluntary benefit options. HR1051 HUMAN RESOURCE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT This course examines training and organizational development techniques used by organizations to improve individual and organization effectiveness. Topics include needs analysis, implementation planning, and outcomes assessment for individuals and organizations. IMC1054 INSURANCE BILLING & CODING I (Online) 6 Credit Hours This course will prepare students for the necessary procedures for medical billing and coding. It will offer guidance for all elements of submitting, tracing, compiling, appealing and transmitting billing claims for insurance company procedures. It will introduce students to various kinds of health insurance and managed care models, including Medicare. It will cover insurance claim collection strategies. IMC2055 INSURANCE BILLING & CODING II (Online) 5 Credit Hours This course will prepare students for the necessary procedures for medical billing and coding. It will offer guidance for all elements of submitting, tracing, compiling, appealing and transmitting billing claims for insurance company procedures. It will introduce students to various kinds of health insurance and managed cared models, including Medicare. It will cover insurance claim collection strategies. AC1054 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I The course consists of broad and in-depth coverage of intermediate accounting topics such as plant assets, depreciation and depletion, and investments. The latest pronouncements of the FASB are incorporated into this course. AC2003 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II The course is a continuation of topics discussed in Intermediate Accounting I.
8 ILA1002 INTERNET LAW AND MARKET ETHICS (Online) LA1002 INTERNET LAW AND MARKET ETHICS This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of key topics related to intellectual property rights and laws related to online marketing. Additionally, students will discuss and analyze case studies which examine the ethics of a variety of online marketing practices, with the goal of increasing ethical awareness and developing a sound understanding of commonly accepted best practices. IMA1001 INTERNET MARKETING (Online) The Internet includes a range of ever-changing technologies, many of which are directly employed for marketing purposes. This course provides a survey of important marketing channels, including websites in general, blogs, wikis, SEO, PPC, affiliate, social media, mobile, and other technological approaches. IB1001 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS This course gives the student insight into the characteristics, organization, and operation of a business. Included in this class is an overview of business and society, business ownership, organization and management, marketing, management of human resources, and business laws. Real life situations are presented as well as biographical sketches, ethical issues, and case problems. IBU1002 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (Online) This course provides students with a broad overview of modern business. Students will learn about different types of economic systems including communism, socialism, and capitalism. They will also learn how modern businesses are organized for success in a global marketplace. Students will plan and write a complete business plan. GE1005 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE MATHEMATICS GE1007 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE MATHEMATICS A realistic comprehensive approach to math as it relates to business and economics. Students will learn everyday business situations that need mathematical computations with emphasis on basic mathematical calculations such as mean, median, mode; ratios and proportions; perimeter, circumference, area, and volume; and basic algebraic problem solving. CA1001 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER CONCEPTS This hands-on computer course requires students to work through a series of tutorial based on the Microsoft Office Suite. It culminates in an opportunity for the ICDL (International Computer Driver s License) certifications. MS1054 INTRODUCTION TO DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES Students will learn to assist the practitioner in appraising the health status of patients through the application of diagnostic concepts and procedures, with prescribed diagnostic tests, follow-up care, and treatment. IGE1010 INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (Online) In this introduction to environmental Science, students will learn about the concept of sustainability as it relates to capital degradation. Students will learn to think critically about the costs and trade-offs of environmental solutions. A focus will be placed on preserving earth s natural resources. IDG1001 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN (Online) This course is an introduction to the field of Graphic Design. Students will learn about current trends, career possibilities, issues and practices in the industry. In addition, students will learn the basic theory, techniques, and processes involved in creating graphical elements. HT1001 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY This course examines healthcare regulatory requirements, the functions of a healthcare organization and its medical business operations in addition to IT hardware, software, networking, and security. The CompTIA Healthcare IT Technician (HIT-001) exam objectives provide the framework for this course. MS1001 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL ASSISTING In this course, students will learn of the career opportunities available to a graduate medical assistant. It will explore how the MA prepares a patient for examination or treatment, how to take vital signs, how to sterilize instruments and perform simple lab tests, electrocardiograms, and otherwise assist the practitioner as needed.
9 IMS1001 INTRODUCTION TO THE HEALTHCARE FIELD (Online) This course is designed for individuals entering the Healthcare Field. It will introduce students to the various healthcare environments in which they might be working from a single physician s office to larger HMO and highlight the similarities they will encounter. This includes new medical terminology, interactions with various medical personnel, working with patients, various office procedures, medical computers and technology, and the need to know and understand issues that will impact upon their jobs, such as legal and regulatory guidelines, laws affecting medical employees, privacy and confidentiality issues and more. LS1051 INTRODUCTION TO THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT This course introduces the student to the theories of the United States legal system. It is designed to teach students the procedures used in a law office or other legal environment and have them learn the applications of legal principles encountered by the legal assistant. It studies the law as it pertains to preparing for civil and criminal court proceedings. CA1051 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS & NETWORKING Students will learn navigation, manipulation of files and folders, storage, security, and maintenance of operating systems, primarily using Microsoft Windows. Other operating systems, the Mac OS, and Linux systems, will be introduced and briefly discussed. Networking will focus primarily on Microsoft Windows over Ethernet wired networks and the use of wireless networks. The student will be introduced to topologies, hardware, physical cabling, configuration, printing, security, protocols, setup, and troubleshooting. CA1004 INTRODUCTION TO WEB DESIGN Students are introduced to web design and webpage organization using popular web-design software. Students are guided trough the design, construction, and deployment of a website. Topics include an introduction to Hypertext Markup Language, using style sheets, graphics, and publishing using File Transfer Protocol. JO2001 JOB ORIENTATION The student will focus on effective job-search skills. Specifically, the course covers job-search methods, researching jobs, networking, using the telephone, interviewing, resume preparation, cover letters and follow-up letters, and effective time management strategies, and personal characteristics (dress, attitude). Each student is required to prepare a portfolio. HR1052 LABOR RELATIONS AND SAFETY This course examines the evolution of interaction between management and labor. Topics covered in this course include the American labor movement, federal and state labor laws, collective bargaining, mediation, work stoppage, and workplace safety. LS2002 KEYBOARDING FOR THE LEGAL STUDENT Emphasis is placed on correct keyboarding skills while exercises in proofreading, formatting, composition, and word processing solidify skills needed to succeed in the world of business. Speed tests will be part of this course, and a student must achieve a speed of 55 net words per minute to pass this course. LS1052 LEGAL FORMS AND RECORDS Students will gain practical experience in preparing legal documents selected from actual cases, reviewing general information about the tasks assigned following established legal procedures, and learning the job responsibilities of a legal secretary. LS2003 LEGAL PRACTICUM Students will apply their understanding of legal research, analysis, and writing. Utilizing numerous exercises, the students will practice researching analytical principles, analyzing legal research, organizing legal documents, and preparing students for success in the field of legal administration. LS2004 LEGAL RESEARCH This class provides students with a basic understanding of efficiently conducting legal research. In-depth examples will be used to assist student in determining research subject, identifying key facts and terms, and understanding the role of issue identification and its elements. Research sources, such as the Internet, will be utilized to prepare students for success in the field of legal administration.
10 LS1001 LEGAL TERMINOLOGY This class provides students with a basic understanding of legal terms and provides them with the knowledge necessary for success as a non-lawyer employee in the legal field. With a basic understanding of legal vocabulary, the students will be prepared to follow legal procedures and practices and be a more effective contributor to the legal profession. BA1002 MARKETING MANAGEMENT This class offers an introduction to the philosophy of marketing. The marketing environment, consumer and business markets, demographics, and marketing research are covered. The nature of the marketing system is studied along with market planning and strategy, market identification, product development, pricing, promotion, and distribution functions. MS2005 MEDICAL ASSISTING EXTERNSHIP This externship experience is designed to complete the formal part of the classroom education the student has received. It is intended to bring real-world applications to the things the student studied in the medical assisting curriculum. A full 160 hours are required (approximately 16 hours per week for 10 weeks of the final quarter). IMC2058 MEDICAL BILLING & CODING: PREPARATION & PRACTICUM (Online) 5 Credit Hours This course provides a review of medical coding processes and procedures, including practice test activities and simulated certification examinations. Students are presented with coding case practices and are expected to apply their knowledge of procedural and anatomical coding in an abstract manner. This course will review Current Procedural Terminology, International Classification of Diseases 9 th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICS-9-CM), ICD-9-CM Official Coding Guidelines and CMS Healthcare Common Procedural Coding system. MC1001 MEDICAL BILLING SPECIALIST This course presents a practical and focused overview of medical insurance and billing, HIPAA compliance tips, and preparation of paper and electronic claims. Experience is gained by preparing forms used for Medicare, Medicaid, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Worker s Compensation, TRICARE and CHAMPVA, disability, dental, and hospital insurance. MS2007 MEDICAL CODING CPT/HCPCS This course covers procedural coding and will enhance coding skills by addressing specific coding issues within particular areas. The use of CPT codes simplifies the reporting of services to identify accurately the procedure or service performed by the medical practitioner. HCPCS national codes were developed to report services that include injectable drugs, ambulance services, prosthetic devices, and other selected provider services. MS1007 MEDICAL CODING CPT/HCPCS FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANTS This course introduces CPT coding and will enhance coding skills by addressing specific coding issues within particular areas. HCPCS national codes were developed to report services that include injectable drugs, ambulance services, prosthetic devices, and other selected provider services. The course emphasizes CPT/HCPCS coding proficiencies for the medical assistant. MC1053 MEDICAL CODING CPT/HCPCS LEVEL II This course is a continuation of MS2007, and covers the HCPCS standardized coding system that is used primarily to identify products, supplies, and services not included in the CPT-4 codes, such as ambulance services and durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS) when used outside a physician s office. MS2006 MEDICAL CODING ICD This course covers diagnostic coding and will facilitate coding knowledge and enhance coding skills by addressing specific coding issues within particular areas. Medical coding is defined as the translation of diagnoses, procedures, and services into numeric and/or alphanumeric components for statistical reporting to insurance carriers so that they may reimburse the medical practice. MS1006 MEDICAL CODING ICD FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANTS This course introduces diagnostic coding. Medical coding is defined as the translation of diagnoses, procedures, and services into numeric and/or alphanumeric components for statistical reporting to insurance carriers so that they can reimburse the medical practice. Legal and ethical issues applicable to health information are also covered. MC1050 MEDICAL CODING ICD-9-CM CODING II This course is a follow-up to MS2006 and covers more complex coding situations and scenarios.
11 MS1055 MEDICAL FORMS AND RECORDS The focus is on medical forms and records used in hospitals and physicians offices. Experience is gained typing forms used for Medicare, Blue Shield, Blue Cross, Workmen s Compensation, hospital, office, and nursing home admission and discharge. MS1056 MEDICAL LAW AND ETHICS Students will learn to recognize the ethical and legal responsibilities in patient management and in the physician s practice, adhering to legal and governmental safety standards for patient care and record maintenance. Emphasis will be placed on HIPAA rules and regulations. MS1004 MEDICAL MATH This course will concentrate on basic math used in medicine, specifically, decimals, fractions and the metric scale. MS1057 MEDICAL OFFICE PRACTICE This class simulates an actual medical office where secretarial skills are applied to appointment scheduling, procedural and diagnostic coding, transcribing dictation, and inner-office correspondence which includes insurance claims and common billing procedures. It incorporates the management flow of information among physicians, patients, and other medical institutions. IMC1058 MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES & ADMINISTRATION (Online) 7 Credit Hours The course prepares students for the skills medical administrative assistants need to know. It covers relevant material dealing with medical office and medical records management skills, client services skills and responsibilities, client education and legal and ethical issues. This course will familiarize the student with healthcare records management. The student sill learn how to build patient files, post entries, complete patient billing procedures, generate reports, complete and file medical records and be introduced to coding for accurate insurance billing. MS1002 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I This is an introduction to professional medical terminology. The course is designed to develop one of the most basic skills in the allied health fields. Emphasis is placed on the meaning of Latin and Greek word parts which allow the student to understand complex medical terms. IMS1002 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (Online) This course will provide students with a foundation to recognize medical terms using the four word part approach (prefixes, word roots, suffixes, combining vowels). This will prepare the student to better understand and master the terminology common to diseases and the medical field and related to health care delivery. MS1059 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II This course builds on the foundation built in Medical Terminology I. It will include more topical terminology as it relates to medical specialty areas as well as terms specific to osteopathic and podiatric practitioners. IMS2008 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION (Online) This course is designed to introduce the student to machine transcription used in medical environments. Students will learn how to operate machine transcription equipment while keyboarding various medical documents such as case histories, chart/progress notes, physical examinations, and medical material such as case histories, medical reports, conferences, etc., in mailable format. Basic rules of capitalization, number usage, punctuation and abbreviations in transcribing medical documents will be emphasized. ICA1050 MESSAGING AND COLLABORATION (Online) This course is designed to provide an introduction to personal management and collaboration software including , calendar, contacts, and tasking features using Microsoft Outlook. Students learn the advanced functionality of Outlook, including interactive task and calendaring functions, practice group scheduling. IDG1006 MULTIMEDIA DESIGN (Online) This course introduces interactive multimedia design and production, focusing on the use of authoring programs to create interactive multimedia products. Projects emphasize user interface design, content design with storyboards or scripts, creation of graphics, animation, audio and/or video materials.
12 ICA1054 NETWORKING AND INTERNET ESSENTIALS (Online) In this course, students acquire a working understanding of the basic components of computer networks and the Internet. Hardware devices such as servers, routers, hubs, and wireless access points are explained, and a very practical overview of networking technologies, including TCP/IP, is given. Students will gain a general, functional overview of the technologies that provide the backbone of the modern corporate office and of the Internet. CA1055 OFFICE AUTOMATION This course covers a variety of business and office automation needs. Students will learn the principles of office organization, telephone techniques, equipment and supplies, handling meetings, mail procedures, and travel. Familiarity with a variety of office technologies, such as fax machines, copiers, and postage machines will be developed, as well as, accurate usage of transcription machines and the 10-key calculator. ICA2002 OFFICE COMPUTER CASE STUDIES (Online) A problem comparable to a common, real-world office complexity is presented. The student must analyze and research the problem, and present a thorough plan detailing a resolution of this complexity. The student will be required to draw upon knowledge acquired throughout their program of study. IBU1001 OFFICE EQUIPMENT PROCEDURES (Online) Students will learn principles office organization, telephone techniques, equipment and supplies, handling meetings, mail procedures, and travel. Familiarity with a variety of office technologies, such as fax machines, copiers, and postage machines will be developed. CA2001 OFFICE SIMULATION Students will be given a hands-on experience in the operation of a small business. Students use word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software, learned earlier in the curriculum, to run a simulated business. BA1003 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR This course will demonstrate how change affects attitudes and behaviors within an organization and how it offers new opportunities and experiences for those who learn how to profit from its potential. Students should be able to comprehend how to transform business challenges into opportunities and advantages. IDG2003 PACKAGE DESIGN (Online) This course introduces students to elements and principles of package design. Emphasis is placed on compositional organization, mechanics and successful presentations. Students will study effective packaging and unique and aesthetically pleasing containers. Review of typography, materials and photography relevant to packaging will be covered. AC1004 PAYROLL RECORDS AND ACCOUNTING The class introduces students to the various aspects of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the other laws that affect payroll operations and employment practices. The course covers the procedures employed in a typical payroll-accounting system placing emphasis on the importance of a thorough recordkeeping system. MS1060 PHARMACOLOGY The general principles of drug action, methods of administration, metabolism, excretion, and clinical application will be presented. Essential elements of math principles and dosage calculations will be explored. Also, a survey of several drug categories i.e., cardiovascular medications, antibiotics, neuromuscular blockers, anticoagulants and diuretics are included. MS1061 PHARMACOLOGY II This course is a continuation of MS1060 for clinical medical students. It allows for topics discussed in Pharmacology to be explored in greater depth. The topics will include the principles of drug action, methods of administration, metabolism, excretion, and clinical application. Elements of math principles and dosage calculations will be further explored. A survey of several drug categories is included. MS2012 PHLEBOTOMY This course provides instruction in the skills needed for proper collection of blood and other specimens used for diagnostic testing. Emphasis is placed on ethics, legalities, medical terminology, patient interaction, data management, and universal precautions. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate competence in the theoretical and comprehensive areas of phlebotomy technology.
13 GE1006 POLITICAL SCIENCE GE1009 POLITICAL SCIENCE This course allows for in-depth discussion and analysis of major contemporary, social, economic, and political issues, their effect on the current world situation, and their potential effect on future generations. IGE1006 POLITICAL SCIENCE This course allows for in-depth discussion and analysis of major contemporary, social, economics, and political issues, their effect on the current world situation, and their potential effect on future generations. CA1005 PRESENTATIONS Students learn to build powerful and visually appealing slides and presentations. This is a hands-on course using the world s most widely used presentation software, Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include: creating a presentation using templates working with text, clip art, fonts, viewing and printing, and more. CA1050 PRESENTATIONS & DESKTOP PUBLISHING This is a hands-on course utilizing widely used presentation and desktop publishing software. Students learn to build powerful and visually appealing slides and presentations. They will also use popular desktop publishing software to design and print a variety of business-related documents such as newsletters, flyers, and brochures as well as advertising and marketing literature. BA1004 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT This course is designed to provide the student with a practical understanding of management principles, techniques, and concepts. Course topics include an overview of the nature of organization and the primary functions of the manager: creating, planning, organizing, motivating, communicating, and controlling. Students explore each managerial function through case studies and problems. IBU1053 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (Online) This course is designed to provide the student with a practical understanding of management principles, techniques, and concepts. Course topics include an overview of the nature of organization and the primary functions of the manager: creating, planning, organizing, motivating, communicating, and controlling. Students explore each managerial function through case studies and problems. IJO2002 PROFESSIONAL & CAREER DEVELOPMENT (Online) The student will prepare a resume, a cover letter, and a thank you letter. Skills necessary to properly prepare typical preemployment forms will be developed. Interviewing techniques are taught and practiced. Emphasis is placed on increasing the student s potential for employment by developing skills communication, business etiquette, problem solving and critical thinking, time management and interpersonal skills. EN1051 PROFESSIONAL WRITING This writing class teaches students to compose, revise, and edit professional business letters and memos. Emphasis is on style, format, and accuracy. GE1003 PSYCHOLOGY This course prepares students to meet successfully the many challenges they will face in their personal and working lives. The course emphasizes the need for developing positive self-esteem through self-talk and affirmations. The course is base in part on social learning theory and social cognitive theory. BA1052 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT This class is designed to explore the role of the small business in the American economy. Provided is a complete coverage of small business operations giving special consideration to the factors which determine success and failure. Additionally, the role of the entrepreneur and the problems of guiding the business through development and growth are studied. SM1051 SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGEMENT This course is designed to prepare students to manage social media marketing within an organization. Students will learn how to manage an organization s online presence, create policies for acceptable usage of social media, and implement strategies for competing in the social media business world.
14 GE1004 SPEECH GE1012 SPEECH Improving oral communications is the aim of this course. Impromptu, extemporaneous, and persuasive speeches will enable participants to gain the feedback necessary to become clear, concise, and effective in expressing their ideas. ICA1009 SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS (Online) This hands-on course presents the practical application of the concepts and features of a spreadsheet package using spreadsheet functionality. Spreadsheet design, creation, revision, formatting, and printing are covered. Topics to be covered include importing and exporting data using templates, using multiple workbooks, formatting numbers, printing workbooks, working with named ranges. Managing charts and graphics, working with toolbars, macros, using auditing tools, collaborative tools, and hyperlinks. Students create and submit a variety of spreadsheets employing a wide range of functions. CA1006 SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS I This is an introductory course in spreadsheet applications. Topics to be covered include creating, formatting, saving, and printing a spreadsheet, using formulas and statistical/logical/financial functions, creating graphs, what-if analyses, and creating, sorting, and querying lists. CA1052 SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS II This course is a continuation of Spreadsheet Applications I, and it applies the concepts introduced there. Students will be introduced to advanced features such as creating templates, linking/embedding documents, using macros, Pivot Tables, formula auditing, data validation, and complex problem solving. TY1001 TYPEWRITING/KEYBOARDING I (Theory) The goal of this course is the acquisition of correct technique that will provide a sound foundation for the later development of speed and accuracy. The student will be introduced to simple business letters, memos, and report formats. The student will begin to develop proofreading skills. Speed tests will be part of this course, and a student must achieve a speed of 35 net words per minute to pass this course. TY1051 TYPEWRITING/KEYBOARDING II This is a continuation of the training offered in the preceding elementary course. Attention is centered on applying the technical knowledge to various letter styles, office forms, and manuscript preparation. Speed tests will be part of this course, and a student must achieve a speed of 45 net words per minute to pass this course. IDG1009 TYPOGRAPHY (Online) This course introduces students to typography: the art of designing with type, including the planning of typeface, size, composition, and page layout. This course explores the fundamental principles of Typography and its integral role in graphic design. Through reading, assignments and practice, this course teaches the student how to utilize type conceptually and technically with digital graphic technologies. MC1051 UNDERSTANDING HEALTHCARE INSURANCE This course describes the organization, financing and delivery of health care services. Emphasis is placed on organization and activities of all health care facilities. Medical record management and the organization of the medical office are also covered. Emphasis is placed on medical reimbursement from the billing process to the collection of the bill. Participating and nonparticipating provider and filing for Medicare are also covered. IDG1007 VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS (Online) This course provides an introduction to visual literacy by considering the fundamentals of visual communication. Emphasis is placed on human visual perception as it is applied to communication problem solving. Students will acquire a new visual language learning how to use design principles, composition typography, photography, color and other vital components of visual literacy. The contributions, ethics, and methods of visual communications will be explored by analyzing examples in a variety of visual forms, including print, graphics, illustrations, photographs, motion pictures, and computer imagery. IDG1010 WEB DESIGN I (Online) This course will introduce beginners to the art of creating interesting, intelligent, usable, and well designed Web Sites. Students will learn the tools and techniques for creating a well-designed interactive Web Site.
15 CA1053 WEB DESIGN II This course is a continuation of Introduction to Web Design. Students will build upon acquired knowledge and skills to create interactive web pages, animations, and special effects. IDG2002 WEB DESIGN II (Online) Students continue their studies in web design. They will learn about aesthetics of designing for interactivity in nonlinear environments. The course introduces students to current authoring techniques and technologies to create and develop basic web design projects in which interactivity is the focus. ICA1004 WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT (Online) In this course students will work with a web page software editor to design, create, and deploy a website. Students learn to create web pages which include hypertext links, text, images, and video. GE1008 WESTERN CIVILIZATION This course presents an overview of world history in the 20 th and 21 st centuries with special emphasis on cultural rivalries. ICA1058 WORD PROCESSING ADVANCED (Online) This course is a continuation of Word Processing. Using hands-on lab assignments, the student will increase skills and techniques by utilizing more of the word processing program s features. CA1007 WORD PROCESSING I Students will use a Windows-based word processing package to learn such features as inserting, deleting and formatting text, document storage, retrieval and printing, newspaper and parallel columns, graphs, and tables. ICA1007 WORD PROCESSING I (Online) Students will learn basic to intermediate document creation, editing, formatting, table creation, graphics insertion, printing and file management, intermediate formatting paragraph techniques, document and table design, graphic features, mail merge, form development, macros, and collaborating with Workgroups. Students will practice creating newsletter layout, indexes, hyperlinks, calendars, tables, and web pages. CA1054 WORD PROCESSING II Students will apply acquired word processing knowledge to work through a practice application using any word processing software package. Students are required to create a portfolio of all work.
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