Fall, Spring, Summer
Students in the Medical Assisting program may elect to receive a Medical Assisting Diploma after completing the required courses. Please consult with the Allied Health Department for more information regarding this option.
This diploma is eligible for state and federal financial aid.
|Select one of the following: 1||3|
|Basic Anatomy and Physiology|
|Human Anatomy and Physiology I
and Human Anatomy and Physiology II
|MAP-123||Administrative Medical Office Procedures||3|
|MAP-125||Introduction to Clinical Procedures||2|
|MAP-501||Math for Medications||1|
|HSC-107||Professionals in Health 1||2|
|CSC-116||Information Computing 1||3|
|HSC-115||Medical Terminology 1||4|
|MAP-312||Medical Assistant Clinical Procedures||3|
|MAP-402||Medical Law and Ethics||2|
|MAP-403||Basic Medical Office Insurance||2|
|MAP-513||Medical Assisting Pharmacology||3|
|MAP-618||Medical Assisting Externship 2||7|
|PSY-111||Introduction to Psychology 1||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Fundamentals of Oral Communication 1|
|Communication for Health Care Professionals 1|
|Public Speaking 1|
|Total Credit Hours||44|
Courses may be taken before beginning the program.
No program (MAP) courses may be taken with externship. Proof of compliance completion must be done prior to registration for externship.
|HSC-103||Studies in Health Sciences||1-3|