BOCC 105 Applied Business Mathematics 3 credits. Review of basic mathematics commonly used for business applications. Typical applications include calculating percents in discounts, markups and markdowns, simple and compound interest, calculating depreciation and costs of inventory, calculating payrolls, constructing and interpreting graphs and using equations to solve for unknowns.
MA 100 Academic Skill Development 1-8 credits. A review of mathematical skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, percents and proportions. Written and oral communications with an emphasis on spelling and grammar.
MA 101 Academic Skill Development 1-8 credits. Continuation of review of mathematical skills including elementary algebra. Written and oral communications with an emphasis on spelling and grammar.
MA 200 Clinical Medical Assisting 3 credits. Clinical assisting including vital signs, assisting with minor surgery, asepsis, health maintenance, disinfection and sterilization, data collection, assisting with the physical examination, application of bandages, dressings, splints and casts, emergency care, and specimen collection. Diagnostic tests, laboratory examinations and treatments modalities are also covered.
MA 201 Pharmacology For Allied Health 3 credits. This course is designed for the health professional working outside of the hospital setting. This course reviews mathematical computations used in computing dosages. It introduces legislation relating to drugs, drug references, drug classifications and actions. The function of vitamins and minerals is covered as well as the subject of substance abuse. The effects of medications in the body systems details how specific drugs act on the body system.
MA 202 Administration of Medications 2 credits. The course covers the routes of administration and the proper methods of delivery of medication by those routes. Various types of medication are discussed as well as the absolute rules concerning medication administration.
MA 203 Phlebotomy 2 credits. Correct procedure for drawing blood for laboratory examination following laboratory rules and body fluid precautions.
MA 204 Clinical Practice 3 credits. Application of the principals and practice of medical assisting in an internship/externship environment of a medical practice under the supervision of a physician and the medical practice staff.
OT 120 Bookkeeping 4 credits. Covers the entire bookkeeping cycle for sole proprietorship bookkeeping. Includes journalizing, posting, financial statements, payroll and closing procedures.
OT 140 Keyboard Skillbuilding 1-3 credits. This is a Pass/No Pass class. Concentrates on building speed and accuracy in keyboarding. May be taken for credit more than once until certification requirements are met. PREREQ: STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED OR BE ENROLLED IN OT 141 OR 60 NWAM.
OT 144 Word Processing I 3 credits. This course builds on keyboarding competencies. Emphasis is placed on learning word processing functions, developing formatting skills, and learning document production skills. PREREQ: OT 141 OR 35 NET WORDS A MINUTE.
OT 170 Computer Concepts 1 credit. Introduction to the fundamentals in the use of microcomputers.
OT 174 Records Management 3 credits. This course covers basic filing methods and the storage, protection, retrieval, use, and disposal of records in the form of paper documents, computer disks or tapes, or microforms. PREREQ: OT 141 or 35 net words per minute.
HO 105 Introduction to Allied Health Careers 2 credits. Introduction to allied health careers emphasizing the interrelationships and the team approach to health care.
HO 106 Medical Terminology 3 credits. Body systems approach to theory and application of medical terms including anatomical, pathological, surgical and diagnostic as well as appropriate abbreviations.
HO 107 Medical Law and Ethics 3 credits. Principles and application of law to health care organizations and personnel, standards of care and liability; covers tort, contract and statutory law.
HO 202 ICD9-CM Coding 3 credits. Principles and application of coding for statistical and reimbursement purposes utilizing the International Classification of Diseases. PREREQ: HO 106.
HO 203 Medical Office Procedures 3 credits. Specialized preparation for work in medical offices, hospitals, clinics, insurance offices and public health agencies. Theory as well as manual and computer applications for scheduling, insurance form preparation and review, day sheets and periodic reports.
HO 204 Medical Transcription 4 credits. Transcription of a wide variety of medical reports including History & Physicals, Discharge Summaries, Operative Reports, Consultations, Emergency Room, Obstetrics, Pathology, Autopsy, Radiology and others. PREREQ: HO 106.
HO 205 CPT Coding and Alternative Care Records 3 credits. Principles and application of coding for statistical and billing purposes utilizing CPT, and abstracting information from health care records.