CCC Offers Short-Term Health Science Programs This Fall, Spring
CLARKSDALE – Coahoma Community College is offering two short-term Health Science programs with limited enrollment this fall: an EKG class and a Certified Adult Nurse Aide (CNA) class, according to Dr. Martha Catlette, CCC vice president of health sciences.
Both classes will be held in the Allied Health Training Center, 901 Ohio, near Northwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center.
Application and testing dates for both EKG and CNA classes began August 13 and will continue through Sept. 7.
However, the EKG class has an enrollment limit of 10 students and a $250 charge. The CNA class is free and enrollment is limited to 20 students.
Short-term Health Science program in the spring include Phlebotomy and EMT.
Application and testing dates for both classes are Sept. 1 through November 1. Registration and the beginning of classes is January 15, 2013.
However, enrollment in phlebotomy is 20 students which includes any student who wishes to continue from the EKG course in the fall of 2012. The charge is $500.
The spring EMT class is limited to 15 students, and the charge is $800.
Admission packets can be downloaded from the CCC website: www.coahomacc.edu under Health Sciences.