Electronic Medical Records Track Degree | ECTC

Electronic Medical Records Track Degree

Associate in Applied Science
MEDICAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Developmental Courses as Needed

Course Credit Notes
RDG 20/100 3-6  
ENC 90/100 2-5  
MAT 55/61 3-4  

First Semester

Course Credit Notes
CIT 105 Introduction to Computers (preferred) OR
OST 105 Introduction to Information Systems
3 Prereq: RDG 20 or instructor consent
ENG 101 Writing I 3  
MIT 103 Medical Office Terminology (preferred) OR
AHS 115 Medical Terminology OR
CLA 131 Medical Terminology from Greek or Latin
3  
MIT 217 Medical Office Procedures 3 Prereq/Coreq: OST 110 or CIT 105 or instructor consent
OST 110 Document Formatting and Word Processing 3 Prereq: RDG 20 and instructor consent (OST 101 equivalent skills)
Total Semester Credit Hours 15  

Second Semester

Course Credit Notes
BIO 135 Basic Anatomy & Physiology with Laboratory OR
(BIO 137 Human Anatomy and Physiology I with Laboratory AND
BIO 139 Human Anatomy and Physiology II with Laboratory)
4 Prereq: College level placement in English and Reading; placement above or completion of MAT 55 or MAT 61
Quantitative Reasoning course (MAT 105 Business Mathematics or higher) 3 MAT 110 accepted if taken previously
MIT 104 Medical Insurance 3 Prereq/Coreq: AHS 115/CLA 131/MIT 103
MIT 230 Medical Information Management 3 Good first semester course
Prereq/Coreq: Digital literacy
CIT 130 Productivity Software (preferred) OR
OST 240 Advanced Microsoft Applications)
3 Prereq: CIT 105 or OST 105 or instructor consent
Course Approved by Program Coordinator* 3  
Total Semester Credit Hours 19  

Third Semester

Course Credit Notes
MIT 227 Medical Office Software 3 Prereq: MIT 104 and MIT 217
MIT 228 Electronic Medical Records 3 Prereq: MIT 217
MIT 250 Legal Issues in Medical Information Technology 3  
ACT 101 Fundamentals of Accounting I OR
ACC 201 Financial Accounting
3 ACC 201 Prereq: QR College Readiness or instructor consent
OST 235 Business Communications Technology 3 Prereq: ENG 101 or OST 108
Total Semester Credit Hours 15  

Fourth Semester

Course Credit Notes
MIT 295 MIT Capstone (Internship) 3 Consent of Program Coordinator
Social and Behavioral Sciences 3  
Heritage/Humanities 3  
MIT 224 Medical Practice Management 3 Prereq/Coreq: MIT 104, MIT 217, and MIT 230
Course Approved by Program Coordinator* 3  
Total Semester Credit Hours 15  
DEGREE TOTAL 64  

Program-Approved Courses

Choose 6 hours from the following program-approved courses:

Course Credit Notes
ACC 202 Managerial Accounting 3 Prereq: ACC 201 or (ACT 101 & 102)
ACT 279 Computerized Accounting Systems 3 Prereq: ACC 201 or (ACT 101 & 102)
ACT 281 Individual Taxation 3 Prereq: one semester of college accounting or instructor consent
BAS 120 Personal Finance 3  
BAS 160 Introduction to Business 3  
BAS 212 Introduction to Financial Management 3 Prereq: MAT 105 or MAT 110 or instructor consent
BAS 256 International Business 3 Prereq: BAS 160 or instructor consent
BAS 267 Introduction to Business Law 3  
BAS 274 Human Resource Management 3 Prereq: BAS 160 & BAS 283 or instructor consent
BAS 282 Principles of Marketing 3 Prereq: BAS 160 or instructor consent
BAS 283 Principles of Management 3 Prereq: BAS 160 or instructor consent
BAS 287 Supervisory Management 3  
BAS 288 Personal and Organizational Leadership 3  
ECO 101 Contemporary Economic Issues 3  
ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics 3  
ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3  
MIT 106 Introduction to Medical Transcription 3 Prereq: digital literacy; OST 110; ENG 101 or OST 108; and AHS 115/CLA 131/MIT 103
MIT 204 Medical Coding 3 Prereq: MIT 104. Coreq: BIO 135 or equivalent
MIT 205 Advanced Medical Coding 3 Prereq: MIT 204
MIT 206 Medical Transcription 3 Prereq: MIT 106 or instructor consent
OST 210 Advanced Word Processing 3 Prereq: OST 110
OST 225 Introduction to Desktop Publishing 3 Prereq: OST 105 & OST 110 or instructor consent
OST 275 Office Management 3 Prereq: (ENG 101 or OST 108) & OST 110

This Student Planning Sheet is the suggested sequence of courses; however, due to availability of courses, students may take courses out of sequence as long as prerequisites are met. Students are encouraged to see their assigned advisor for specific requirements.

Progression in the Medical Information Technology program is contingent upon achievement of a grade of ā€œCā€ or better in each technical and general education course and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative grade point average or better (on a 4.0 scale).

The Medical Information Technology program does not accept non-general education courses older than five years from returning or transfer students without the consent of the program coordinator.

For a list of KCTCS general education classes in each category, go to https://kctcs.edu/education-training/course-catalog/2020-2021-KCTCS-Catalog.pdf, pp. 67-71.
Or KCTCS homepage (kctcs.edu) > education & training > course catalog > 2020-21 catalog > pp. 67-71.

Updated October 2020