Pharmacy Tech

Health and Human Services Training Online

Health Information Technology

Medical Assisting

Medical Billing and Coding

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Our programs include 24/7 tech support that helps you become comfortable with computers and in the online classroom.

Receive guidance from your instructors and learn what it takes to pursue a career in the fast growing healthcare industry. Outside the classroom, our career services team gets you interview ready so you can pursue your new career.

According to independent research published by Georgetown University, associate degree holders on average earn $400,000 more over their lifetimes compared to the earnings for someone with just a high school diploma.2 An associate degree can open doors to lifelong learning and set the groundwork for future promotions. Let us help you change your future.

Pharmacy Tech

You'll learn how to use medical terms, make dosage calculations, prepare insurance claims, and more. Graduates with a degree can pursue entry-level positions in retail, mail order, long-term care, hospitals and more. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of jobs is expected to increase 12% between 2016 and 2026

Health and Human Services

You'll learn how to listen to people with challenging life situations, research relevant services to help them, connect them with those vital services and more. In this field, you could support clients of all ages from children to the elderly. People who earn a degree in health and human services may pursue entry-level positions such as community coordinator, family support worker, human services program specialist, outreach specialist, social services assistant and more.

Health Information Technology

People in this important field help keep track of patient information by entering information into Electronic Healthcare Records (EHRs). Information in EHRs can include medical history, symptoms and test results.People who earn a degree in health information technology can pursue entry-level positions such as a clinical documentation specialist, document imaging technician, health information clerk, medical records analyst, medical records coordinator, patient access representative and more

Medical Assisting

You'll learn how to help keep the healthcare system moving forward. You'll learn how to greet patients and get them checked in, schedule appointments, assist with patient insurance claims, medical coding, and day-to-day office procedures. Medical administrative assistants with a diploma or degree can pursue entry-level positions as a medical secretary, receptionist, customer service representative, front office staff, office assistant and more. Working environments include physician's offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics, nursing homes and long-term care facilities.

Medical Billing and Coding

As a student in this program, you'll learn how to interpret medical terms into the codes used for billing. You'll become familiar with the insurance billing process, learn software applications and more. Working environments for medical billers and coders include physician offices, insurance companies, medical offices and more. Graduates can apply for entry-level positions as a billing specialist, coder, medical biller and coder, medical insurance verifier, medical reviewer, records clerk and more.

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