The medical office administration AS degree prepares you for roles such as medical office manager, medical coder, medical billing clerk, insurance processor and medical transcriptionist. Our office administration computer lab is an excellent resource for students.
This curriculum is from the current college catalog and is meant to provide prospective students an example of courses taken in this degree/certificate. It is not intended to be used for graduation requirements. Students should consult an advisor for graduation information.
Program Required Courses
YEAR I - First Semester
†ENC 1101 English Composition I - 3 cr.
†HIM 1000 Introduction to Health Information Management - 3 cr.
†HSC 1531 Medical Terminology - 3 cr.
†OST 2854C Office Applications for Business - 3 cr.
YEAR I – Second Semester
†HIM 1112C Electronic Health Records - 2 cr.
†OST 1335 Business Communications - 3 cr.
†PSY 2012 General Psychology or †SYG 2000, Introduction to Sociology - 3 cr.
Mathematics General Education CORE - 3 cr.
YEAR I – Third Semester
†HIM 1453 Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Coding or †BSC 2085, Human Anatomy and Physiology and †BSC 2085L, Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory 4 cr
†MAN 2021 Principles of Management - 3 cr.
Humanities General Education CORE - 3 cr.
YEAR II – First Semester
†AMH 2020 Modern American History or †POS 2041, American Government - 3 cr.
†APA 1111 Basic Accounting - 3 cr.
†MAN 2300 Introduction to Human Resource Management - 3 cr.
Natural Science General Education CORE - 3 cr.
OST 2858 Excel Spreadsheets for Business - 3 cr.
YEAR II – Second Semester
†HIM 2275C Medical Billing and Insurance I - 3 cr.
†OST 1100C Keyboarding and Document Processing - 3 cr.
*†OST 2135 Medical Office Procedures - 3 cr.
Select 3 credit hours from the following:
†HIM 2253 CPT Coding - 3 cr.
†HIM 2272C Billing and Insurance II - 3 cr.
†PHI 1600 Ethics - 3 cr.
*Requires additional coursework.
†Courses symbolized by a dagger (†) are offered online in addition to the traditional delivery method. Online availability may vary by academic term.