Medical Assistant Management AAS

Social Media for Marketing & Advertising

This course explores the use of digital media to research, strategize, plan, design, critique and present online marketing materials through social media outlets for a variety of industries, businesses, products, services, and target markets. Students will learn the key industry tools and how to integrate their visual communication skills with social media channels to develop their own product promotions and to solve specific problems.

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Computer Forensics

The expansion of the Internet and the increased use of computers have amplified the risk of technology being used to commit crimes and/or crimes being recorded on electronic devices. Because of this, a skilled computer forensics expert is needed to investigate criminal and civil cases. This course is an introduction to computer forensics. Digital media, past and current operating systems, and computer hardware will be examined.

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US Healthcare

This course looks at the US healthcare system and the services needed to care for the United States population. This course explores the history, development, structure and current forces that have transformed the healthcare delivery system.

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Anatomy and Physiology II

MSC 131 is the second semester of a two-semester course in Human Anatomy and Physiology. Both MSC 126 and MSC 131 are designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of the basic principles inherent in the study of human anatomy and physiology, and is intended for students majoring in the allied health professions.

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Anatomy and Physiology I

MSC 126 is the first semester of a two-semester course in Human Anatomy and Physiology. Both MSC126 and MSC131 are designed to provide students with a thorough understanding of the basic principles inherent in the study of human anatomy and physiology, and is intended for students majoring in the allied-health professions.

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