ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE - HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY | MCC

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE - HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

General Education Requirements

 

Course Required Credit Hours Grade
ENG 101 Writing I
3  
MAT 110 Applied Mathematics or MAT 150 College Algebra 3  
BIO 135 Basic Anatomy & Physiology  OR  BIO 137 Human Anatomy & Physiology I AND BIO 139 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 3-6  
PSY 110 General Psychology 3  
Social & Behavioral Science 3  
Heritage or Humanities 3  
Oral Communication (COM 181 or COM 252) 3  
FYE 105 Achieving Academic Success 3  

 

TECHNICAL core requirements

Course Required Credit Hours Grade
AHS 115 Medical Terminology OR CLA 131 Medical Terminology from Greek & Latin OR MIT 103 Medical Office Terminology 3  
NAA 100 Nursing Assistant Skills*  (*certification exam at end of class can result in Certified Nurse Aid certification, which will be one of the three required certificates for this program) 3  

Digital Literacy must be demonstrated by competency exam or successfully completing a digital literacy course (CIT 105 or any other qualifying course listed in the KCTCS catalog.)  

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health science technical courses

Course Required Credit Hours Grade

Health Science Technical Courses**  (**Health Science Technical Course selection below must result in final attainment of a minimum of two (2) additional certificates credentials, in addition to the NAA 100 (CNA credential above). The following health-related prefix courses can apply: HST, AHS, BMT, CLT, CPR, EMS, MST, IMG, HMS, KMA, MIT, MLT, NAA, NIP, NSG, OST, OTA, PTA, RCP or SUR).

Students may take the following prefix courses to meet the required 60 hours needed for the program if they have not taken them to meet general education requirements above: BIO 137, BIO 139, CIT 105, COM 181, COM 252.  Other qualifying courses: BAS 120, EFM 100, PHY 152, PHY 171, PHY 172, PLW 130, PLW 135, PLW 140, TEC 200, WPP 200.
Other health-care or health-care related prefixes may apply.

Contact Program Coordinator for additional details on the certificates and courses that can be used to meet degree requirements.

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