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

 

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Course Description

Foundation Courses


 

Basic Business Communications-E150 – 75 hours

This course develops needed written and oral communication skills for use in business. It features an introduction to communications, structure and style of the English language, being an effective listener, business vocabulary, and the applied practice of oral communications in an office environment.

 

Business Correspondence – E160 – 75 hours

This course consists of developing effective business writing skills and studying vocabulary frequently used in selected business areas. The course features basic letter writing, such as forming letters, messages and memoranda. (Prerequisite: E150).

 

Career Preparation-CI00 – 75 hours

This course gives students training in job search procedures. It demonstrates ways to decide on job objectives, locate unlisted jobs, identify possible employers and research them in ad¬vance, develop a personal contact network, and practice interviewing skills. At the conclusion of the course, each student generates a complete and updated resume, and learns how to write effective letters of introduction, thanks and follow -up.

 

COT


 

COT I-Keyboarding-T100 – 75 hours

This course teaches the student to learn and apply main keyboarding techniques in blind typing and demonstrate a typing speed of 30- 40 wpm upon course completion.

 

COT II-Windows OS-T105 – 75 hours

This course allows students to obtain basic knowledge of the “Windows XP Operating System” giving them the ability to navigate a computer (PC) and access the Internet.

 

COT III-MS Word-T110 – 75 hours

This course teaches the student to produce documents using word processing techniques for keying, editing, formatting, printing, and to apply a variety of templates to speed up the production of documents.

 

COT IV-MS Excel-T115 – 75 hours

This course teaches the student to produce spreadsheets, handle and analyze data, utilize worksheet formulas and functions and apply “Excel” templates to generate standard documents.

 

COT V-PowerPoint/Outlook-T120 – 75 hours

This course enables the student to implement “PowerPoint” as a presentation builder, learn and utilize “Outlook” information management features, and compose, receive/send E-mail messages and documents.

 

COT VI-Publisher/FrontPage-T125 – 75 hours

This course teaches the student to create web pages using the “FrontPage” application and create professional-looking newsletters.

 

COT VII-MS Access-T130 – 75 hours

This course enables the student to create and manage databases and to merge data using MS-Access.

 

ESL


 

Intermediate ESL I – E100 – 75 hours

This is a course for students who are recent immigrants or who have not improved their English since coming to the USA. The students are not expected to be absolute beginners and will have had some contact with the language, even if passively. Basic sentence construction, spelling, punctuation and grammar are the featured class subjects.

 

Intermediate ESL II – E105 – 75 hours

This course introduces students to basic conversation practice and begins simple reading and writing exercises. Dialogues and sentence structure are stressed. (Prerequisite: E I00)

 

Intermediate ESL III -E110 – 75 hours

Clear and organized writing skills and the further exercise of conversation, listening and phonetics are the topics of this class. (Prerequisites: E100 and E105).

 

Intermediate ESL IV-E115 – 75 hours

Emphasizing conversation practice, this course reinforces grammar and vocabulary-building. It also continues the development of reading and writing skills. (Prerequisites: E100, E105 and E110)

 

Intermediate ESL V – E120 – 75 hours

Writing about specific topics in depth is introduced in this course. Students participate in group discussions and make oral presentations to the class as a whole. Work-related terminology (Particularly concerning the modern office environment) is introduced as new vocabulary. (Prerequisites: E100, E105, E110 and E115)

 

Intermediate ESL VI – E 125 – 75 hours

Development of effective business-related communications is stressed in this course. Students learn listening and note-taking, quick reading for comprehension, basic presentation techniques in the context of business and productive writing skills. (Prerequisites: E100, E105, E110, E115, and E120)

 

Intermediate ESL VII – E130 – 75 hours

This course expands on the business communication techniques previously learned. New topics include telephone skills, problem solving and job interview skills. (Prerequisites: E100, E105, E110, E115, E120, and E125).

 

Intermediate ESL VIII-E 135 – 75 hours

A final review of grammar and writing is the focus of this course. Basic and advanced business letter preparation is stressed to achieve certain desired goals, such as informing, replying and requesting. (Prerequisites: E100, E105, E110, E115, E120, E125, and E130)

 

Computer Office Technology with ESL – 1500 Hours

 

Communication Skills Usage – E170 – 75 hours

Course includes intense coverage of grammar, punctuation, and word usage skills required by business professionals. The goal is to further improve both written and oral communication skills as required for success in business. (Prerequisites: E150, E160).

 

Internship (School Project) – M905 – 75 hours

This is an in-school internship intended to support the work covered in the Computer Office Technology course. Students must participate on a team approach under the guidance of a project manager, and work in an office computer application environment.

 

Computer Office Technology/Bookkeeping and ESL – 1500 Hours Accounting Assistant – 1500 Hours

 

Computerized Accounting with –Peachtree-K115 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to utilize special software tools to make general ledger entries, handle banking procedures, calculate and produce payrolls, and generate special forms and reports.

 

Computerized Accounting with Quickbooks-K120 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to utilize special software tools to make general ledger entries, calculate and produce payrolls, generate special forms and reports.

 

Fundamentals of Accounting I-K105 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to make general ledger entries, handle banking procedures, calculate and produce payrolls.

 

Fundamentals of Accounting II-K110 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to implement accounting procedures for merchandise inventory, calculate property cost, plant, and equipment. They will be capable to make assessment of capital expenditures and revenues.

 

Fundamentals of Accounting III-K125 – 75 hours

Upon completion of the course students will be able to account for bad debts, account for notes, account for merchandise inventory, and account for property, plant, equipment, and prepare financial statements for a partnership.

 

Fundamentals of Accounting IV-K130 – 75 hours

Upon completion of the course students will be able to account for stocks and bonds, prepare a Statement of Cash Flow, and analyze financial statements.

 

Income Tax Procedures I-K135 – 75 hours

Upon completion of the course students will be able to prepare an income tax return for an individual.

 

Income Tax Procedures II-K140 – 75 hours

Upon completion of the course students will be able to prepare an income tax return for a partnership or a corporation.

 

Payroll Accounting I-K145 – 75 hours

Upon completion of the course students will be able to compute payroll amounts and prepare all payroll records in compliance with FLSA regulations.

 

Math for Business-K100 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to implement a mathematical approach and apply math operations to calculate business data.

 

Computer Office Technology for Legal Office with ESL – 1500 Hours

 

Introduction to Law and Legal System-L100 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to identify main components of the contemporary Legal System and distinguish difference between civil and criminal law.

 

Legal Office Procedures -L115 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to define most common legal office procedures and handle basic legal office routines.

 

Legal Terminology and Documents-L105 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish basic legal forms and documents, implement and utilize legal terminology to fill out basic documents.

 

Legal Word Processing and Transcription-L110 – 75 hour

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to produce most common legal documents and implement transcription routines.

 

Computer Office Technology with Medical Billing and ESL – 1500 Hours

 

Medical Administrative Assistant – 1500 Hours

 

Medical Terminology-B100 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish basic medical office forms and documents, implement and utilize medical terminology to fill out basic documents.

 

Medical Terminology-B101 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish advanced medical office forms and documents, implement and utilize medical terminology to fill out advanced charts and forms.

 

Medical Office Procedures-B105 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to define most common medical office procedures and handle basic medical office routines.

 

Medical Word Processing and Transcription-B110 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to produce most common medical documents and implement transcription routines.

 

Medical Insurance, Billing and Recordkeeping-B115 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to produce insurance claims, handle billing procedures, and enter and manage medical records.

 

Anatomy and Physiology-M101 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish basic concepts and features of the human body and its musculoskeletal system

 

Anatomy and Physiology-M102 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish advanced vocabulary and concepts relating to the human body’s nervous and circulatory/organ systems, biochemistry, reproductive system, and illnesses and emergency conditions.

 

Medical Law and Biomedical Ethics-M103 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to identify the main components of contemporary Medical Law and Biomedical Ethics and understand their importance in a small to mid-sized medical practice environment.

 

Aseptic Techniques-M104 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish and apply proper aseptic techniques including sterilization and autoclave, as well as medical waste disposal techniques.

 

Basic Concepts of EKG-M105 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish the basic principles of operation and calibration of EKG systems.

 

Advanced Concepts of EKG-M106 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish advanced techniques of taking EKG readings, their interpretation, and troubleshooting potential problems encountered with the equipment.

 

Clinical Procedure-M107 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish basic medical office clinical procedures used for routine visits and examinations.

 

Medical Office Emergencies-M108 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to distinguish procedures for what to do and how to act during a medical office emergency involving patients with acute medical episodes and/or with trauma injuries.

 

Medical Transcription-M109 – 75 hours

Upon Completion of the course students will be able to produce most common medical documents and implement transcription routines.

 

Interpersonal Skills and Human Relations-E180 – 75 hours

Course includes intense coverage of proper medical office protocols, patient care and addressing concerns, dealing with grievances and other human relations skills required by medical administrative professionals. The goal is to further improve both customer service and oral communication skills as required for success in medical administration.