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Introduction to Masonry
MAS-120
Introduction to the masonry industry, basic chemicals related to the masonry industry, safety practices, job planning, and current masonry opportunities.
Masonry Tools and Materials
MAS-121
Basic work methods, care and safety of masonry hand tools, and power equipment.
Masonry Building Codes
MAS-123
Applying all federal, state and local Masonry Building Codes.
HOD Carrier
MAS-129
Introduction to masonry hod carrier procedures, stocking walls, erecting scaffolding and pre- paring job sites for efficiency and productivity.
Prealgebra
MAT-071
Introduction to algebra with an accelerated review of arithmetic skills.
Beginning Algebra
MAT-081
Overview of the techniques and skills of beginning algebra.
Math for Applied Sciences/GE*
MAT-105
Presentations of the principles and applications of mathematics to real world situations and various trades. Topics will include basic concepts , operations with signed numbers, exponents, Metric and English systems of measurement, introduction to algebra and use of formulas as they would apply in practical situations. Applications of ratio, proportion, graphing of data, as well as fundamental concepts of geometry and trigonometry will also be discussed.
Mathematics for Welders
MAT-106
Presentations of the principles and applications of mathematics to real world welding applications. Topics will include basic concepts, operations with signed numbers, exponents, Metric and English systems of measurement, introduction to algebra and use of formulas as they would apply in practical situations. Applications of ratio, proportion, graphing of data, as well as fundamental concepts of geometry and trigonometry will also be discussed.
Mathematics Across Cultures/GE
MAT-119
Mathematical thought, concepts, and applications in non-European cultures throughout history.
Intermediate Algebra/GE*
MAT-121
Logical development of the laws of algebra, factoring linear equations, simultaneous equations, functions and graphs, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations.
Math for Elementary Teachers 1/GE*
MAT-130
Principles and processes underlying current and evolving programs of mathematics instruction in elementary schools grades K-8; the system of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, and irrationals.
Math for Elementary Teachers 2/GE*
MAT-135
Principles and processes underlying current and evolving programs of mathematics instruction in elementary schools grades K-8; geometry and measurement; statistics and probability.
College Mathematics with Applications/ GE
MAT-142
Applications in statistics, probability, finance, discrete mathematics, and other selected topics of interest in management science, voting systems, and geometry.
College Algebra with Review
MAT-150
Extension and further development of algebra, with an emphasis on functions - including linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic. Other topics include function transformations, regression analysis, inequalities, absolute values, systems of equations, matrices, sequences, and series.
College Algebra: Standard/GE
MAT-151
Extension and further development of algebra, with an emphasis on functions - including linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic. Other topics include function trans- formations, regression analysis, inequalities, absolute values, systems of equations, matrices, sequences, and series.
Finite Mathematics/GE
MAT-172
Set theory, linear programming, matrix algebra, finance math, combinatories, probability and other selected topics of interest to students in the social and management sciences.
Plane Trigonometry
MAT-183
A study of trigonometric functions, equations, identities, and inverse functions, and solutions of right and oblique triangles.
Precalculus/GE
MAT-187
Development of algebra with a concentration on functions and a study of exponentials, logarithms, sequences, and series. It also includes a study of trigonometric functions and identities .
Brief Calculus/GE
MAT-212
Introduction to elementary topics in differential and integral calculus.
Math Analysis for Business
MAT-215
Solving business-related problems by applying the concepts of linear programming, optimization, statistics, probability and multivariable calculus.
Calculus I with Analytic Geometry/GE
MAT-220
Introduction to analytic geometry and the differential and integral calculus of the elementary functions. Included is a study of limits, continuity, differentiation, applications of derivatives, anti-derivatives, integration, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions.
Discrete Mathematics
MAT-227
An introduction to formal proof techniques, propositional logic, set theory, relations and functions, combinatorics, elementary number theory, graph theory, algorithms, and applications.
Calculus II with Analytic Geometry/GE
MAT-230
Applications of the integral, techniques of inter- gration, parametric and polar form, convergence of series, Taylor and MacLauren series.
Calculus III With Analytic Geometry/GE
MAT-241
Study of multivariable calculus, parametric curves , partial differentiation, multiple integration, and an introduction to vector calculus.
Introduction to Linear Algebra/GE
MAT-252
Introduction to vector spaces, linear transfor- mations, matrices, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and solutions of linear systems of equations.
Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations/GE
MAT-262
Ordinary differential equations and their solutions that utilize conventional approaches, numerical techniques, matrix methods applied to systems of linear differential equations, and Laplace's transformation.
Applied Statistics/GE
MAT-270
Introduces descriptive and inferential statistics such as graphical and quantative description of data, discrete probability distributions, continuous probability distributions, one- and multisample hypothesis tests, confidence intervals correlation, simple linear regression, and analysis of variance.
Introduction to Health Information Management
MCB-100
Introduction to the health information management (HIM) profession. Students will be provided with a solid foundation in the principles and applications of HIM such as the content and management of health records (electronic and paper-based), healthcare law, medical coding classification systems, healthcare statistics, financial management and quality management. Exploration of the healthcare delivery system/industry such as the environment of the healthcare system, organization structures and the various types of healthcare facilities.
Computer Applications and Healthcare Technologies
MCB-130
This course provides an overview of healthcare information systems with an emphasis on computerized health information management (HIM) applications and functions. Students will review common software applications utilized to perform HIM processes. Students will explore the emerging technology issues in the healthcare system.
Revenue Cycle Management Process
MCB-160
This course is designed to give students an in-depth study of the revenue cycle management process. Students will explore each component of the revenue cycle process, which are payer reimbursement, patient access, documentation and charge capture, records completion and coding, and claims management. Students will be prepared to participate in revenue cycle management activities within the healthcare system.
CPC Medical Coding and Billing Training and Health Law
MCB-200
In this course students will learn principles of medical coding related to the three main code books: CPT, ICD-10-CM Code Set and HCPCS Level II. This course also provides the foundation for understanding the legal and ethical aspects of health information management, which includes the principles of health law and the structure of the American legal system. Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the role that medical record specialist has in healthcare legislation and regulations. Topics include legal terminology, Health Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy and security of health information, patient rights, and the role of health information management professionals in risk management and compliance programs.
CPC Certification Exam Prep & Professional Practice
MCB-230
This course will prepare students to sit and take the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC)’s Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certification exam. Student will review the AAPC’s CPC study guide in detail, learn test taking technique and take online practice exams. Students will begin to form professional relationships by attending a professional meeting related to health information management. Students will practice essential skills of resume writing and job interviewing in order to prepare students for the industry. Students will work on developing strong soft skills.
Portfolio Development
MDA-105
This course will help those with prior experience in the field of healthcare to develop a portfolio that details and analyzes prior learning experiences.
Medical Office
MDA-120
Essential skills for front office procedures in a medical facility. Emphasis is on administrative aspects, such as billing and coding, scheduling appointments, medical electronic health records data collection and management, filing, and office correspondence. Overview of the medical assistant profession including the role of patient navigator and effective communication. Includes legal implications for the medical assistant, scope of practice, standard of care, and legal terminology. Also includes an overview of ethics, morals, and the effect of personal ethics on professional behaviors.
Medical Technician
MDA-121
An integrative approach to learning and developing the clinical procedural skills required to work in an ambulatory care setting. Includes the collection and documentation of vital signs, patient history, patient assessment, and partnering with patients to provide them with resources to achieve and maintain health. Also includes Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) waived testing, safety in medication administration, principles of nutrition, and legal and ethical considerations. Includes performing and documenting appropriate diagnostic measures, identifying pathology, and initiating treatment prescribed by a licensed provider. Also includes Exposure Control Plan, Blood Borne Pathogens Standard, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Environmental Protection and disposal of Chemical and Biological Waste based on Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) guidelines and Center for Disease Control (CDC) regulations to assure safety in the medical practice.
Medical Assistant Externship 1
MDA-140
Practicum in administrative medical assisting in a healthcare setting.

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