Medical Office Coding
Medical office coders work in medical and outpatient settings, coding medical records for statistical and reimbursement purposes.
Please note: The student must continue taking and financing all remaining required courses for the certificate after high school graduation.
UAA Medical Office Coding: Occupational Endorsement Certificate (17 credits) with certification testing after completion of the program.
College Courses: Courses below must be taken in the order listed below unless noted otherwise.
- UNIV A150 Strategies for College Success
- MA A101 Medical Terminology
- BIOL A100 Human Biology
- CIS A105 Intro to Personal Computers
- MA A104 Essentials of Human Disease
- MA A220 Coding for the Medical Office
- MA A235 Medical Insurance and Healthcare
- MA A320 Advances Cases in Medical
AMCS Courses: The specific program courses are taken at King Tech High School when students are not attending their college courses. Students enroll in these courses when appropriate. See the description below.
- Advisory class (mandatory college transition course in the program's first semester).
- Junior seminar (college and career exploration and planning) is taken during the junior's spring semester in the program.
- Senior seminar (college applications, scholarships, essays, and financial aid) is taken during the fall or spring semester of the senior school year.
High School Courses: Students register for three am or pm courses at the student's home high school each semester.