Career Pathway Plan of Study Medical Assistant- 2 Year Degree Ivy Tech Community College HIGH SCHOOL GRADE Requirements for Core 40 / **Courses offer Certification Course Sequences for Core 40 + Academic Honors Additional Additional Additional Courses Medical Courses Courses Courses (Summer or Online) English/ Language Arts Math Science Social Studies 9 English 9 Hon Geometry Algebra Biology World History 10 English 10 Hon Algebra II Geometry Algebra IIT Chemistry AP Env Science Chem Phys Elective / Health Fine Arts 11 American Lit / English 11 Hon Pre Calculus Algebra II Geometry Physics (PHYS 101) AP US History US History Speech (COM 101)/ Elective Adv. Comp (ENG 104)/World Lit or English 12 AP Calculus/ Pre Calculus/ Sr Alg II Government (POLS 101)/ Economics (ECON 210) AP Biology or AP Statistics 12 Anatomy & Physiology Physical Education POSTSECONDARY *Once Foreign Language IV is completed, the student will be able to receive dual credit for 4 semesters. Yr 13 Yr 14 Adv. Comp. (ENG 111) Speech (COM 114) Humanities/ Social Elective Psychology (Psy 101) or Sociology (Soc 111) Anatomy & Physiology I (APHY 101) Math Elective Medical Terminology (HLHS 101) Administration I (MEAS 107) Administration II (MEAS 108) Anatomy & Physiology II (APHY 102) Clinical I (MEAS 238) Integrated Medical Office Procedures (MEAS 207) Pharmacology (MEAS 218) Medical Assisting Clinical Externship (MEAS 258) Medical Assisting Administration Externship (MEAS 259) Medical Assisting Lab Techniques (MEAS 219) *University Course numbers many change when transferring credits. * As of January 2012 this program is available at the Michigan City campus. Interpersonal Foreign Language I or Relationships/ Orientation Elective to Careers & College Adv. Lifesaving/ Elective Foreign Language II or Elective SAMPLE Occupations for This Pathway ► Pharmacy Technician ► Qualified Medication Aide ► Certified Nursing Assistant ► Phlebotomist ► Home Health Specialist ► Electrocardiography Technician ► Emergency Med. Tech (EMT) Summer School: PE, Hon Geometry, Health, Government, Academic Honors Diploma Requirements Medical Terminology Foreign Language III or Economics, US History, - Complete all requirements for Core 40 World History - Earn 2 additional Core 40 math credits (HLHS 101)/ Elective Elective - Earn 6-8 World Language credit (6 in one or 4 credits each in two languages) - Earn 2 Fine Arts Credits Psychology Foreign Language IV or - Earn a grade of a "C" or better in classes. (Psy 101)/ Elective - Have a GPA of a "B" or better. Sociology (Soc 111) - Complete 1 of the following: A. Complete AP course (4 credits) and corresponding AP exams. Courses in Red indicate dual credit and are B. Complete IB courses (4 credits) and corresponding IB exams. C. Earn a combined score of 1200 or higher of the Sat critical reading available for 11th and 12th grade students. and mathematics. D. Score a 26 or higher composite on the ACT. E. Complete dual credit courses from an accredited postsecondary institution (6 transferable college credits). Student Success Elective F. Complete a combination of an AP course (2 credits and corresponding exam) or an IB Standard Level course (2 credits and corresponding exam) and dual credit course(s) from an accredited postsecondary institution. Medical Insurance Basic Coding (MEAS 137) 58-63 Credit Hours Technical Honors Diploma Requirements Disease Conditions (MEAS 242) Clinical II (MEAS 239) Select (2) from state-wide electives - Complete all requirements for Core 40. - Complete a career-technical program (8 or more related credits) - Earn a grade of "C" or better in classes. - Have a GPA or a "B" or better. - Recommended: Earn 2 additional credits in math and 4-8 credits in World Languages for four year college admission. - Complete 2 of the following, one must be A or B: A. Score at or above the following levels on Work Keys: Reading in Level 6; Applied Math Level 6; Locating Info Level 5. B. Complete dual credit courses in a technical area (6 college credits). C. Complete an Internship or Cooperative Education course. D. Complete an industry-based work experience as part of a 2-year career-technical education program (minimum 140 hours). E. Earn a state- approved, industry- recognized certification.