- Accounting I
Understand the accounting equation and analyze transactions to journalize, post, and complete a worksheet using adjusting and closing entries, and prepare financial statements for a sole proprietorship.
- Business Communications
Study of grammar and style rules including punctuation, capitalization, number, and abbreviation style; plurals and possessives; correct word choice, grammar, and document formatting; provide practice in applying rules correctly; develop proofreading and editing skills to locate and correct errors.
- Business Math
Fundamentals of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions; solve for rate, base, percentage, and unknowns; calculate payroll, payroll taxes, markups and markdowns, and simple interest.
- Computer Fundamentals
Learn computer terms, processes, hardware, and software; Windows desktop, Microsoft Office programs and ribbon components; create folders; save and manage files.
Development of correct alphabetic and numeric computer keyboard manipulation, input, proofread and edit data correctly.
- Microsoft Word I
Insert, format, and edit text and pictures in documents; add borders; apply picture styles headers, footers, and footnotes; apply/edit citations, sources and references using various manuscript styles and research papers; create bibliography lists; insert and format tables, clip art, and symbols; use tabs; set margins; edit hyperlinks; format/print envelopes and labels.
- Microsoft Word II
Format and modify tables; sort lists and tables; create watermarks and multilevel lists; insert and format SmartArt graphics; edit and create a data source; apply mail merge to a main document; create a directory; format a drop cap; insert a text box and column breaks; prepare for certification exam.
- Microsoft Excel I
Create a worksheet with an embedded chart; application of formulas, functions, and formatting; understand and practice using What-If analysis, charts, and work with worksheets.
- Microsoft Excel II
Use financial functions and data tables; protect/unprotect cells; create, sort, and query a table; work with multiple worksheets and workbooks; prepare for certification exam.
- Microsoft PowerPoint I
Create, edit, and print a presentation with clipart, enhance the presentation using pictures, shapes, and WordArt, and insert media clips in a presentation.
- QuickBooks Pro Accounting
Use QuickBooks Pro automated accounting software to record various business/financial transactions and print reports.customer service; work habits; stress and time management; leadership; teamwork; resume development and job search.
- Medical Terminology
Learn medical terminology (root words, suffixes and prefixes) and apply to each body system.
- HCPCS Level I CPT Coding
Learn service and procedure coding for medical practitioners; related coding guidelines by type of service and medical specialty; and the basic principles related to CPT coding.
- HCPCS Level II Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics & Orthotics Coding
Learn how to classify codes for medical products & services that some patients require for home use.
- ICD-10-CM Coding
Analyze medical information to produce codes that describe a patientís diagnosis or condition.
- ICD-10-PCS Coding
Codify procedures and services that take place in an inpatient setting (hospital).
- Medical Office Procedures
Practice effective interpersonal communication. Demonstrate effective office, telephone and reception management, office opening and closing, managing waiting room, and greeting, registering and scheduling patients.
- Medical Insurance/Billing
Learn the health insurance industry basics, legal guidelines
and how to accurately process health insurance claims for
major insurances, employee group plans, Medicare, Medicaid,
TRICARE, CHAMPVA and Workerís Compensation.
- Medical Records Management
Recognize and prepare medical records and charts. Describe benefits and challenges of electronic health records systems.
Use electronic health record software to add/edit data, runreports, and manage templates.
- Basic Life Support for Healthare Provider
both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both prehospital and in-facility
environments, with a focus on High-Quality CPR and team dynamics. Learn how to perform basic life support
(adult/child/infant) and AED in a variety of healthcare settings.
- Heartsaver© First Aid
Learn how to recognize and manage illness and injuries within the first few minutes of their occurrence.
Students receive a Pass or Fail grade.
- Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology
Learn the basic structure and function of the human body. Gain understanding of the tissues, organs, diseases and wellness for each body system.
- Law and Medical Ethics
Learn the legal processes and legislative branches and how they apply to healthcare. Specific issues addressed include: laws concerning the affordability,
accessibility and quality of healthcare; patient rights and responsibilities; and healthcare information and privacy. Ethical issues, professional conduct, negligence and end of life
matters will also be discussed.
Refine essential workplace skills including communication; customer service; work habits; stress and time management; leadership; teamwork; resume development and job search.