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All New York Locations:

Monday-Friday 9:00 am to 10:15 pm

 

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Brooklyn: 718.492.2120

Programs

  • Our Short Programs – COE approved and not eligible for Financial Aid.

    Only at Main Campus,


    Nurse Assistant/Aide (130 hours)

    Phlebotomy Technician (65 hours)

    Electrocardiography (EKG) Technician (72 hours)

     

    Credential Awarded: Certificate

    *All programs availability and locations are subject to change

     

    English as a Second Language  (ESL) – Level I-VIII

    Approved by NYSED, BPSS

    *Avocational program that is neither accredited by the COE nor qualify students to receive Title IV financial aid.

  • Computer Office Technology with ESL (OT1500) Brooklyn Location Only

    Click on this link for more information on jobs related to this program provided by O*NET ONLINE: Office Clerks, General

     

    Program Objective


     

    The program commences with 600 hours of intensive ESL instruction. After completion of the ESL component, the student is introduced to software in high demand that are utilized in businesses dealing with word processing, spreadsheet data analysis, customized presentations, electronic mail messaging and information data exchange. Hands-on training in the above mentioned areas are done based on the theory of computer operations. A main feature of the program is experiencing complete intercommunication and interaction between various types of office computer applications to provide full coverage of business needs arising from a realistic business environment.

     

    Program Code


     

    OT1500-Computer Office Technology with ESL

     

    Program Requirements: (in alphabetical order by term)


     

    Term Course Title Course Code Hourse
    Intermediate ESL I E100

    75

    Intermediate ESL II E105

    75

    Intermediate ESL III E110

    75

    Intermediate ESL IV E115

    75

    Intermediate ESL V E120

    75

    Intermediate ESL VII E130

    75

    Intermediate ESL VIII E135

    75

    COT I-Keyboarding T100

    75

    COT II-Windows OS T105

    75

    COT III-MS Word T110 75
    COT IV-MS Excel T115 75
    COT V-PowerPoint/Outlook T120 75
    COT VI-Publisher/FrontPage T125 75
    COT VII-MS Access T120 75
    Basic Business Communication E150 75
    Business Correspondence E160 75
    Communication Skills Usage E170 75
    Career Preparation C100 75
    Internship (School Project) M905 75

     

     

    THE FOLLOWING APPLIES TO ALL ABOVE MENTIONED COURSES:



    Completion Time:
    Four Terms in 15 weeks each (1500 hours, 60 weeks).

     

    Sessions: Full time sessions are available in the morning and in the evening (see academic calendar on page 19). Students attend classes 25 hours per week.

     

    Program Readiness:

    Students are required to take Metropolitan Learning Institute’s CELSA and/or Wonderlic Test to determine if they possess the reasoning skills that are necessary for intensive study. Any applicant who scores below the minimum cutoff mark in any given test is advised to reconsider his/her career training choice.

     

    Entrance Requirements:

     

    • High school diploma or equivalent, or appropriate ATB counseling and testing.
    • Each applicant for programs with an ESL component will be tested to establish his or her need for Intermediate ESL instruction before enrollment.  To qualify, applicants must achieve a minimum score of 27 on the NYSPLACE Test.
    • At the end of the Intermediate ESL VIII course, students who score a minimum of 54 on the NYSPLACE Test will begin career training.
    • Any student who fails to achieve the minimum NYSPLACE test levels must repeat appropriate units of intermediate ESL (Placement will be decided by the Campus Director and will consider the student’s results on the NYSPLACE Test).

     

     

    Maximum Time Frame and Evaluation Points:

    The maximum time frame to satisfy program requirements is six terms (2250 hours). Evaluation points are every term (375 hours).

     

    Credential Awarded: Diploma

     

     

    Click here to view COST – FINANCE – SUCCESS INFORMATION (The US Department of Education Gainful Employment Regulation)

     

    Click on this link for more information on jobs related to this program provided by O*NET ONLINE: Office Clerks, General

  • Computer Office Technology/Bookkeeping and ESL (OB1500)

    Click on this link for more information on jobs related to this program provided by O*NET ONLINE: Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks

     

    Program Objective


     

    The program commences with 600 hours of intensive ESL instruction. After completing the ESL component, the student is introduced to software that is in high demand in any business dealing with word processing, spreadsheet data analysis, customized presentations and electronic mail messaging. The student applies knowledge learned in the classroom to office accounting procedures, along with specific professional software utilities. Hands-on training in the above mentioned areas are done based on theories of computer operations and bookkeeping data processing. A main feature of the program is experiencing integration between generic and specific skills based on intercommunication and interaction between different types of office computer applications to provide full coverage of bookkeeping and accounting needs arising from a realistic business environment.

     

    Program Code


     

    OB1500-Computer Office Technology/Bookkeeping and ESL

     

    Program Requirements: (in alphabetical order by term)


     

    Term Course Title Course Code Hourse
    Intermediate ESL I E100

    75

    Intermediate ESL II E105

    75

    Intermediate ESL III E110

    75

    Intermediate ESL IV E115

    75

    Intermediate ESL V E120

    75

    Intermediate ESL VII E130

    75

    Intermediate ESL VIII E135

    75

    COT I-Keyboarding T100

    75

    COT II-Windows OS T105

    75

    COT III-MS Word T110 75
    COT IV-MS Excel T115 75
    COT V-PowerPoint/Outlook T120 75
    Math for Business K100 75
    Fundamentals of Accounting I K105 75
    Fundamentals of Accounting II K110 75
    Computerized Accounting with Peachtree K115 75
    Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks K120 75
    Basic Business Communication E150 75
    Career Preparation C100 75

     

     

    THE FOLLOWING APPLIES TO ALL ABOVE MENTIONED COURSES:



    Completion Time:
    Four Terms in 15 weeks each (1500 hours, 60 weeks).

     

    Sessions: Full time sessions are available in the morning and in the evening (see academic calendar on page 19). Students attend classes 25 hours per week.

     

    Program Readiness:

    Students are required to take Metropolitan Learning Institute’s CELSA and/or Wonderlic Test to determine if they possess the reasoning skills that are necessary for intensive study. Any applicant who scores below the minimum cutoff mark in any given test is advised to reconsider his/her career training choice.

     

    Entrance Requirements:

     

    • High school diploma or equivalent, or appropriate ATB counseling and testing.
    • Each applicant for programs with an ESL component will be tested to establish his or her need for Intermediate ESL instruction before enrollment.  To qualify, applicants must achieve a minimum score of 27 on the NYSPLACE Test.
    • At the end of the Intermediate ESL VIII course, students who score a minimum of 54 on the NYSPLACE Test will begin career training.
    • Any student who fails to achieve the minimum NYSPLACE test levels must repeat appropriate units of intermediate ESL (Placement will be decided by the Campus Director and will consider the student’s results on the NYSPLACE Test).

     

     

    Maximum Time Frame and Evaluation Points:

    The maximum time frame to satisfy program requirements is six terms (2250 hours). Evaluation points are every term (375 hours).

     

    Credential Awarded: Diploma

     

     

    Click here to view COST – FINANCE – SUCCESS INFORMATION (The US Department of Education Gainful Employment Regulation)

     

  • Computer Office Technology with Medical Billing and ESL (OM1500)

    Click on this link for more information on jobs related to this program provided by O*NET ONLINE: Billing, Cost, and Rate Clerks

     

    THE FOLLOWING APPLIES TO ALL ABOVE MENTIONED COURSES:



    Completion Time:
    Four Terms in 15 weeks each (1500 hours, 60 weeks).

     

    Sessions: Full time sessions are available in the morning and in the evening (see academic calendar on page 19). Students attend classes 25 hours per week.

     

    Program Readiness:

    Students are required to take Metropolitan Learning Institute’s CELSA and/or Wonderlic Test to determine if they possess the reasoning skills that are necessary for intensive study. Any applicant who scores below the minimum cutoff mark in any given test is advised to reconsider his/her career training choice.

     

    Entrance Requirements:

    • High school diploma or equivalent, or appropriate ATB counseling and testing.
    • Each applicant for programs with an ESL component will be tested to establish his or her need for Intermediate ESL instruction before enrollment.  To qualify, applicants must achieve a minimum score of 27 on the NYSPLACE Test.
    • At the end of the Intermediate ESL VIII course, students who score a minimum of 54 on the NYSPLACE Test will begin career training.
    • Any student who fails to achieve the minimum NYSPLACE test levels must repeat appropriate units of intermediate ESL (Placement will be decided by the Campus Director and will consider the student’s results on the NYSPLACE Test).

     

     

    Maximum Time Frame and Evaluation Points:

    The maximum time frame to satisfy program requirements is six terms (2250 hours). Evaluation points are every term (375 hours).

     

    Credential Awarded: Diploma

     

     

    Click here to view COST – FINANCE – SUCCESS INFORMATION (The US Department of Education Gainful Employment Regulation)

     

  • Accounting Assistant (AA1500)

    Click on this link for more information on jobs related to this program provided by O*NET ONLINE: Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks


    Program Objective


     

    The program commences with 525 hours of intensive introduction to software that is in high demand in any business dealing with word processing, spreadsheet data analysis, customized presentations and electronic mail messaging. The student applies knowledge learned in the classroom to office accounting procedures, along with specific professional software utilities. Hands-on training in the above mentioned areas are done based on theories of computer operations and accounts data processing. Following the Microsoft Windows XP component, students receive a thorough grounding in business math and principles of accounting, including payroll and tax accounting as well as training in customized accounting software packages in common use nationwide. This component is 750 hours in length. 225 hours of business communications and career preparation courses round out the program.

     

    Program Code


     

    AA1500-Accounting Assistant

     

    Program Requirements: (in alphabetical order by term)


     

    Term Course Title Course Code Hourse
    COT I-Keyboarding T100

    75

    COT II-Windows OS T105

    75

    COT III-MS Word T110 75
    COT IV-MS Excel T115 75
    COT V-PowerPoint/Outlook T120 75

    COT VI-Publisher FrontPage

    T125 75

    COT VII-MS Access

    T130 75

    Math for Business

    K100 75

    Fundamentals of Accounting I

    K105 75
    Fundamentals of Accounting II K110 75
    Fundamentals of Accounting III K125 75
    Fundamentals of Accounting IV K130 75
    Income Tax Procedures I K135 75
    Income Tax Procedures II K140 75

    Computerized Accounting with Peachtree

    K115 75

    Computerized Accounting with QuickBooks

    K120 75
    Payroll Accounting I K145 75
    Basic Business Communication E150 75
    Business Correspondence E160 75
    Career Preparation C100 75

     

    THE FOLLOWING APPLIES TO ALL ABOVE MENTIONED COURSES:



    Completion Time:
    Four Terms in 15 weeks each (1500 hours, 60 weeks).

     

    Sessions: Full time sessions are available in the morning and in the evening (see academic calendar on page 19). Students attend classes 25 hours per week.

     

    Program Readiness:

    Students are required to take Metropolitan Learning Institute’s CELSA and/or Wonderlic Test to determine if they possess the reasoning skills that are necessary for intensive study. Any applicant who scores below the minimum cutoff mark in any given test is advised to reconsider his/her career training choice.

     

    Entrance Requirements:

    High school diploma or equivalent, or appropriate ATB counseling and testing.

     

    Maximum Time Frame and Evaluation Points:

    The maximum time frame to satisfy program requirements is six terms (2250 hours). Evaluation points are every term (375 hours).

     

    Credential Awarded: Diploma

     

    Click here to view COST – FINANCE – SUCCESS INFORMATION (The US Department of Education Gainful Employment Regulation)

     

    Click on this link for more information on jobs related to this program provided by O*NET ONLINE: Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks

  • Medical Administrative Assistant (MA1500) and MAA-Abridged (AB750 -Main & Brooklyn Campuses Only)

    Click on this link for more information on jobs related to this program provided by O*NET ONLINE: Medical Assistant

     


    Program Objective


     

    The program commences with 300 hours of medical fundamentals and terminology, followed by 300 hours of intensive introduction to software that is in high demand in any business dealing with keyboarding, word processing, and spreadsheet data analysis. Following the Microsoft Windows component, students receive a thorough grounding in business math and applied principles of medical office work, including EKG and clinical procedures as well as training in customized medical billing software packages in common use nationwide. This component is 750 hours in length. The student applies knowledge learned in the classroom to medical office procedures, along with specific professional software utilities. Hands-on training in the above mentioned areas are done based on theories of computer operations and medical billing. 150 hours of business communications and human relations courses round out the program.

     

    Program Code


     

    MA1500-Medical Administrative Assistant

     

    Program Requirements: (in sequential order by term)


     

    Term Course Title Course Code Hourse
    Anatomy and Physiology 1 M101

    75

    Anatomy and Physiology 2 M102

    75

    Medical Terminology1 T110 75
    Medical Terminology 2 T115 75
    COT I-Keyboarding T120 75

    COT II-Windows OS

    T125 75

    COT III-MS Word

    T130 75

    COT IV-MS Excel

    K100 75

    Phlebotomy

    P100 75
    Medical Office Procedures K110 75

    Medical Law and Biomedical Ethics

    K125 75
    Aseptic Techniques Medical Insurance, Billing and Recordkeeping M104 75
    Basic Concepts of EKG M105 75
    Advanced Concepts of EKG M106 75

    Clinical Procedure

    M107 75

    Medical Office Emergencies

    M108 75
    Medical Transcription M109 75
    Basic Business Communication E150 75
    Interpersonal Skills and Human Relations E180 75

     

    THE FOLLOWING APPLIES TO ALL ABOVE MENTIONED COURSES:



    Completion Time:
    Four Terms in 15 weeks each (1500 hours, 60 weeks).

     

    Sessions: Full time sessions are available in the morning and in the evening (see academic calendar on page 19). Students attend classes 25 hours per week.

     

    Program Readiness:

    Students are required to take Metropolitan Learning Institute’s CELSA and/or Wonderlic Test to determine if they possess the reasoning skills that are necessary for intensive study. Any applicant who scores below the minimum cutoff mark in any given test is advised to reconsider his/her career training choice.

     

    Entrance Requirements:

    High school diploma or equivalent, or appropriate ATB counseling and testing.

     

    Maximum Time Frame and Evaluation Points:

    The maximum time frame to satisfy program requirements is six terms (2250 hours). Evaluation points are every term (375 hours).

     

    Credential Awarded: Diploma

     

     

    Click here to view COST – FINANCE – SUCCESS INFORMATION (The US Department of Education Gainful Employment Regulation)

     

     

     

    Medical Administrative Assistant – Abridged (AB750)


    Program Objective:

    The program was designed to offer students who have already completed the OM-1500 hour Medical Billing program the opportunity to take the more specialized MAA classes.  Since 2014 however, the program may be taken without completion of OM-1500 as a prerequisite for enrollment. A tuition down-payment by the student of 10% of the total program cost is required before matriculation if the student utilizes Title IV financial aid. Class work commences with 225 hours of expanded medical terminology and anatomy and physiology, followed by a thorough grounding in applied principles of medical clinical work, phlebotomy, EKG and medical law/ethics. CPR and patient relations are also covered. These components are 525 hours in length. The student applies knowledge learned in the classroom to medical office procedures, along with specific professional clinical tasks.

     

    Program Code: AB750-Medical Administrative Assistant (Abridged)

     

    Program Requirements: (in sequential order by term)

    Term Course Title                             Course Code                Hours

    Anatomy and Physiology I                     M101                           75

    Anatomy and Physiology II                    M102                           75

    Medical Terminology II                           B101                            75

    Medical Law and

    Biomedical Ethics                                     M103                           75

    Aseptic Techniques                                  M104                           75

    Basic Concepts of EKG                            M105                           75

    Advanced Concepts of EKG                    M106                           75

    Clinical Procedure                                    M107                           75

    Medical Office Emergencies

    and CPR                                                    M108                           75

    Interpersonal Skills and

    Human Relations                                      E180                            75

    Click here to view COST – FINANCE – SUCCESS INFORMATION (The US Department of Education Gainful Employment Regulation)