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Medical Office Management

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About the Degree
The Medical Office Management Associate of Applied Science degree program provides a broad exposure to the functional areas of business and the technical courses required to develop skills necessary for competence as a medical office manager.

On the Road to Your A.A.S in Medical Office Management
While progressing toward an Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Office Management, students can also earn the Certificate of Proficiency in Medical Billing and Coding (12 credit hours). Students who earn the Certificate of Proficiency in Medical Billing and Coding will become proficient in medical scheduling and billing, maintaining medical records, and advising patients.
Contact Info
Dr. Brian Shonk
Vice Chancellor for Academics
870-612-2003
brian.shonk@uaccb.edu

Class Schedule

COURSE NAME
Introduction to Computers
Computer Software Applications
English Composition I
Medical Terminology
Required Math Course*
Principles of Accounting I
English Comp. II
Medical Diagnosis Coding and Billing
Word Processing
Social Science Elective
COURSE NAME
Anatomy and Physiology I
Principles of Management
Applied Electronic Spreadsheets
Health Data Content
Outpatient Coding & Billing
Business Ethics
Internship
Legal Concepts in Health Care
Administrative Office Procedures
Oral Communication
Social Science Electives (Year 1 - Need 3 Hours)
- HIS 1013 World Civilization I
- HIS 1023 World Civilization II
- HIS 2003 United States History I
- HIS 2013 United States History II
- POS 2103 United States Government
- PSY 1003 General Psychology
- SOC 2003 Principles of Sociology
Math Courses (Year 1)
- MTH 1003 Technical Math
- MTH 1023 College Algebra
- MTH 1043 Quantitative Literacy
Skills Learned
Medical Coding and Billing
Records Management
Customer Service
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