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Swimming

The purpose of this class is designed to help individuals learn basic swimming and water safety skills in order to make them reasonably safe while in, on, or near the water. It is recommended for the non-swimmer and the self-taught swimmer who desires to learn the proper techniques of swimming. [0-16-16] Lab Fee

Advanced Weight Training

PE 135 is a continuation of PE 130 and PE 131. The emphasis is on more advanced methods of bodybuilding. Additional skill development obtained within the two (2) credit section of this course. [0-32-32] Lab Fee

Legal Terminology

This individualized instruction course introduces students to basic legal terminology. Students will be learning the meanings of over 1200 words and phrases. Paralegals, legal administrative assistants, court reporters, law students, and others in the legal field will become more comfortable with their work after taking this course. Students will be using a self-directed CD which accompanies the book to help reinforce the terminology learned. [0-32-32] Lab Fee

Medical Terminology

This individualized instruction course introduces students to basic medical terminology. Prefixes, suffixes, word roots, combining forms, special endings, plural forms, abbreviations, and symbols are included in the content. This course uses computer software to assist students in studying the terminology and in assessing their mastery of the material. Exams are also taken via the computer. Emphasis is placed on spelling, definition, usage and pronunciation. [0-32-32] Lab Fee

Intermediate Access

This individualized instruction course introduces students to the intermediate features of Microsoft Access. Students will be introduced to compacting and repairing databases; saving database objects in PDF format; importing and exporting Access data between Excel and Word; importing and linking data to new tables; customizing tables, forms, reports, and queries; normalizing databases; creating and editing one-to-many , one-to-one, and many-to-many relationships; advanced query techniques, and creating single-field and multiple-field indexes. Students will be briefed in the benefits of taking the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exam. [0-32-32] Lab Fee

Medical Office Scheduling and Billing

This course introduces students to basic functions of computers in the medical office. Students will learn to input patient information, schedule appointments, enter transactions, file insurance claims and bill patients, review and record payments, and balance accounts. The HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules will be presented. Students will learn how to use Med iSOFT Advanced, a widely-used medical administrative software. Students should be able to type 30 wpm before taking this course. [48-0-48] Lab Fee

Advanced Access

This individualized instruction course introduces students to the advanced features of Microsoft Access. Students will be introduced to creating macros, converting Macros to Visual Basic, creating ACCDE database files, pivot tables and pivot charts, importing and linking information between databases, and creating advanced reports. Upon completion of this course, students will be briefed in the benefits of taking the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exam. [0-32-32] Lab Fee

Medical Coding

This individualized instruction course introduces students to the skills needed to be a successful physician practice medical coder. Students will learn to review patients’ medical records and assign diagnosis and procedure codes. Proofreading skills and accuracy will be stressed because accurate coding is a critical part of ensuring that claims follow the legal and ethical requirements of government programs and other payers, as well as the federal HIPAA laws. Medical Coder Certification will be discussed. Lab Fee

Beginning Publisher

This individualized instruction course introduces students to the basics of Microsoft Publisher. This software is part of the highly successful Microsoft Office Suite. Publisher provides the basics for Desktop Publishing. Students will learn to create and edit a publication, design a newsletter, prepare a tri-fold brochure, create business forms and tables, and integrate Publisher with other Office applications. Students will work with customizing content, graphics, design sets, and color schemes. [0-32-32] Lab Fee

General Machine Transcription

This individualized instruction course is designed to provide an introduction to the operation of the machine transcriber, a review of basic English, spelling and transcription skills, and provide practice in applying the cognitive skills of spelling, punctuation, and grammar to the transcription of letters and memos. Machine transcription is a fusion of skills that combines the sub skills of keyboarding, oral and written communication, listening, and decision making. Lab Fee