Academic Catalog 2023-2024

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Business Technology: Medical Office Management Concentration, Associate of Applied Science

The Business Technology Program prepares students for positions in business and industry. This track prepares students specifically for the health services industry and provides exposure to a broad range of business theory and skills with an emphasis on Medical Office Management.

Program Outcomes:

  1. Students use proper medical terms.
  2. Students evaluate administration of medical organizations.
  3. Students demonstrate managerial skills.
  4. Students demonstrate accurate CPT skills.
  5. Students demonstrate accurate ICD-10 skills.
General Education Requirements
ENGL 1010English Composition I 13
MATH 1300College Algebra3
Any Humanities course other than SPCH or Foreign language 3
ECON 2000Microeconomics 23
or ECON 2020 Macroeconomics
BIOL 1100General Biology I 33
BIOL 1110General Biology I Lab1
Major Courses 4
BUSN 1100Introduction to Business3
BUSN 2400Business Communication3
BIOL 2300Human Anatomy & Physiology I3
BIOL 2310Human Anatomy & Phys I Lab1
BIOL 2400Human Anatomy & Phys II3
BIOL 2410Human Anatomy & Phys II Lab1
BUSN 1150Survey of Microcomputer App3
HSOM 1020Medical Terminology I3
HSOM 1030Medical Terminology II3
HSOM 1110Basic CPT Coding3
HSOM 2010Legal Aspects of Medical Ofc3
HSOM 2050Medical Office Management3
HSOM 2090Advanced Medical Coding3
HSOM 2150Reimbursement/Patient Billing3
HSOM 2600Human Disease for Allied Hlth3
HSOM 2700Basic ICD-10CM Coding3
Total Hours60

Must earn a grade of “C” or better.


Satisfies the Social Science requirement.


Satisfies the Natural Sciences requirement.


Must earn a “C” or better in each. At least 21 credit hours must be earned in residence. 

Note: According to AHIMA ( students completing this program meet the following requirements to sit for the AHIMA Certified Coding Associate (CCA®) exam: 

“Completion of other coding training programs that include Anatomy and Physiology, Medical Terminology, Basic ICD, Diagnostics and Procedural, and Basic CPT Coding.”

Note: In addition, students may take the CBCS (Certified Billing and Coding Specialist) exam offered on campus through the National Healthcare Association.