|Assigned Course Preparation Hours:||278|
|Prerequisites:||CMA I, MLA or MCB|
This program encompasses nearly all NTI School of Allied Health courses including courses related to theoretical medical knowledge, front-office skills, and hands-on clinical practice. Students qualify to enroll in this program by completing one of three programs: CMA I, MLA, MCB. Graduates of CMA I or MLA enroll in CMA II to acquire additional front-office skills. Graduates of MCB enroll to master clinical skills.
Learning objectives vary for each student depending on which prerequisite program the student has already completed. CMA I and MLA graduates focus on front-office skills. MCB students master clinical skills.
Methods of Instruction
Students learn from computer-based content with instructor consultation. The clinical portion of the program consists of lecture and hands-on training.
Refer to the Student Catalog and Handbook for the full list of policies.
Course sequence is subject to change based on instructor discretion.
|Course Name/Syllabus||Number||Program Hours||Preparation Hours|
|Introduction to Allied Health||SAH-001||50||12|
|Anatomy and Physiology 1||SAH-004||75||19|
|Anatomy and Physiology 2||SAH-005||75||19|
|Computer Skills for Allied Health||SAH-003||75||19|
|Electronic Health Records||SAH-006||75||19|
|Pharmacology for Allied Health||SAH-007||50||12|
|Medical Coding 1||SAH-009||100||25|
|Medical Coding 2||SAH-010||125||31|
|Administrative Medical Assisting||SAH-017||100||25|
|Medical Assisting Skills||SAH-015||136||34|