Medical Billing and Coding is a two-year program of study which requires courses in the Career-Technical core, designated areas of concentration, and the academic core. The Associate of Applied Science degree is earned upon the successful completion of the Medical Billing and Coding curriculum. The Medical Billing and Coding program includes a basic core of courses designed to prepare a student for entry-level employment in physician offices, hospitals, outpatient facilities, mental health clinics, nursing home facilities, and insurance companies.

Health-care Data Technology Medical Billing and Coding AAS Degree

Major Code: MBC

Advisor: E. Furdge


FRESHMAN YEAR FALL

COURSE #COURSE NAMECR HRS
BOT 1113Format & Production3
BOT 2743Medical Office Concepts3
BOT 1313Applied Business Math3
BOT 1713Mechanics of Communication3
BOT 1613Medical Office Terminology I3
LLS 1311Orientation1

TOTAL

 

16


FRESHMAN YEAR SPRING

COURSE #COURSE NAMECR HRS
BOT 1143Word Processing3
BOT 2813Business Communication3
BOT 1133Microcomputer Applications3
BOT 1623Medical Office Terminology II3
 

Accounting Option (choose one)

ACC 1213 Principles of Accounting or

BOT 1433 Business Accounting

3

TOTAL

 

15


SOPHOMORE YEAR FALL

COURSE #COURSE NAMECR HRS
BOT 2523Medical Machine Transcription I3
BOT 2643CPT Coding3
BOT 2653ICD Coding

 3

BOT 2663Advanced Coding

3

BOT 2673Medical Insurance Billing

3

TOTAL

 

15


SOPHOMORE YEAR SPRING

COURSE #COURSE NAMECR HRS
BIO 2513Anatomy & Physiology I Lecture3
BIO 2511Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
1
SPT 1113Public Speaking3
ENG 1113English Composition I3
 

Social/Behavioral Science Elective

PSY 1513 General Psychology or

SOC 2113 Intro to Sociology I

3
 

Humanities/Fine Arts Elective

ART 113 Art Appreciation or

MUS 1113 Music Appreciation

3

TOTAL

 

16