PHT2301 – Pathological Conditions in Physical Therapy

Common Course ID

PHT2301

Common Course Name

Pathological Conditions in Physical Therapy

Course Description

This course focuses on a basic study of pathological processes for many of the major disorders encountered in the practice of physical therapy. The course includes a broad presentation of conditions and the associated signs, symptoms, and treatments for each. By covering some disorders in detail and others by a generic presentation covering a group of disorders, the student is encouraged to compare textbook presentation with the actual clinical picture of a disorder that they may encounter in the clinical setting.

PHT1007 – Topics in Physical Therapy

Common Course ID

PHT1007

Common Course Name

Topics in Physical Therapy

Course Description

This course provides an overview of the profession of physical therapy, related issues and professional organizations. The course introduces topics on domestic violence, end of life issues, stress/stress management. Also presented are learning theories, leadership and teams, management and quality assurance and ethical/legal issues. The course introduces government agencies: ADA, OSHA; patient bill of rights and HIPAA. Discussion of the Models of Disability, professional ethics, and materials/resources available at APTA organization is presented. The course also presents communication skills and the SOAP format for documentation along with developing familiarity with other healthcare providers. This course is designed to engage the student in an active interest in the profession of physical therapy.

HCP0796 – Patient Care Technician

Common Course ID

HCP0796

Common Course Name

Patient Care Technician

Course Description

This course is designed to focus on the organizational and management skills to practice in a clinical setting. Students enrolled in this course must have successfully completed all modules in the patient care technician program.

HIM2012 – Health Law

Common Course ID

HIM2012

Common Course Name

Health Law

Course Description

This course is an in depth study of federal, state and local laws that govern the preparation and use of health records and health information in the health care delivery system.

HIM1253 – CPT4 Coding

Common Course ID

HIM1253

Common Course Name

CPT4 Coding

Course Description

This course provides an introduction to coding outpatient procedures using CPT-4 including both manual and computer-based practice. CPT-4 is then integrated with ICD-9-CM coding. Reimbursement issues are reviewed.

CTS2334 – Server Operating Systems

Common Course ID

CTS2334

Common Course Name

Server Operating Systems

Course Description

This course emphasizes design, installation, manageability, security, and interoperability of network servers and supporting network infrastructure. The student will learn how to prepare for a server installation, configure directory services create security groups, create security policies and manage user accounts.

COP1000 – Introduction to Computer Programming

Common Course ID

COP1000

Common Course Name

Introduction to Computer Programming

Course Description

This is an essential first course for Information Technology majors. It will introduce the fundamentals of computer programming, covering the basic computer science vocabulary and topics such as algorithm design, user interfaces, data validation techniques, integrated development environments (IDEs), programming debugging and testing, use of application programmer interfaces (APIs), and an introduction to object-oriented programming. A high-level programming language will be introduced and used throughout the course to supplement the theoretical foundations that are being built.

CGS1560C – Microcomputer Operating Systems

Common Course ID

CGS1560C

Common Course Name

Microcomputer Operating Systems

Course Description

This course is an introductory course for microcomputer operating systems covering development, concepts, components and usage. We will learn about several operating systems that are currently available on the market. This course will combine various learning methods to accomplish the goals of this course. The student will have various assignments in the following areas: reading, chapter reviews, Internet research, discussion questions, hands-on labs and case studies.

CGS1100 – Microcomputer Applications

Common Course ID

CGS1100

Common Course Name

Microcomputer Applications

Course Description

This course is will provide students with the skills necessary to efficiently use microcomputers. It includes an introductory level of instruction in basic computer literacy concepts, operating systems, the Internet, email systems, multimedia files, word processors, spreadsheets, database concepts, and presentational software.

CIS2321 – Information Systems

Common Course ID

CIS2321

Common Course Name

Information Systems

Course Description

This course, designed to introduce students to the fundamental concepts of information systems, focuses on the study, analysis and design phases of the system development life cycle. Emphasis is on current system documentation techniques through the use of both classical and high level fourth generation software tools/techniques for describing process flows, data flows, data structures, file design, input and output designs, and program specifications.