Basic Health Care
Are you considering a future in the rewarding and high-demand field of health care? Whether you’re a high school student just getting started or a “seasoned” adult wanting to reinvent yourself, the Basic Health Care Certificate is a great place to start your journey.
The BHC prepares students for entry-level work in the health care industry and provides a diverse range of specialty track electives which help guide students toward completion of an additional degree or certificate. No matter what you’re interested in, the Basic Health Care certificate can help get you there and provide a great return on your educational investment.
The BHC is composed of highly adaptable classes with many online, night and weekend course offerings to fit your busy schedule or you can complete the BHC taking all online courses. See the online option.
Basic Health Care Certificate
|RD30 College Reading||4|
|WR30 Fundamentals of Composition II||4|
|Required Courses Choose the eight core courses you need from the list below:|
|BI100SB Biology of Human Systems or
BI121 Elementary Anatomy & Physiology I w/Lab or BI231 Anatomy & Physiology I w/Lab
|CG155 Exploring Careers in Healthcare or
PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations or BT101 Human Relations in Organizations
|CS120 Concepts in Computing I or computer proficiency||0-4|
|HE261, HE112, HE252 CPR, Emergency First Aid, First Aid/CPR or
HE250 Personal Health Promotion or HPE295 Health and Fitness for Life or
PSY215**** Life Span Human Development
|HC120 Intro to Health Care Industry
MO100 Medical Terminology: Introduction
MTH60 Fundamentals of Algebra I or Higher Fundamentals of Algebra I or higher level Math
WR115 Intro to Expository Writing or BT113 Business English I or higher level writing
Approved Program Speciality Track Electives listed below:
****Prerequisite: PSY201; BT113 or WR115 or designated placement test score.
Earn an additional certification by completing one of these three Specialty Track areas and the certification exam:
Or get started toward completion of another certification or degree program in healthcare by choosing one of these Specialty Tracks:
- Clinical Laboratory Assistant
- Dental Assisting
- Fitness Technician
- Healthcare Informatics
- Human Services
- Medical Assistant
- Practical Nursing
For more information contact the Allied Health Professions Education Coordinator, Christine Morris 541-245-7846 or email@example.com
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