MEDICAL ASSISTING REGISTRATION INFORMATION TERM 1

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MEDICAL ASSISTING REGISTRATION INFORMATION
TERM 1
This letter is to inform you of the classes for which you need to register for the upcoming term.
We have provided you with the course name and section as well as synonym numbers to use
for Express Registration through EagleNet.
Priority Registration is November 2-6, 2015. Please check EagleNet for your priority date and
time schedule. Failure to register by Friday, November 13, 2015 may result in being dropped
for the Medical Assisting program.
If you intend to participate in this program on a part-time basis, please refer to the “Part Time
Medical Assisting Program Planning Sheet” at http://www.kirkwood.edu/site/index.php?p=11502
and register for classes in the order recommended.
If you have any questions please contact Allied Health at (319) 398-5566.
Medical Law and Ethics
Professionals in Health*
Medical Terminology*
Health Skills I*
Admin Medical Office Procedures
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
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Group A
Group B
MAP-402-CRF01 (0255202)
HSC-107-CRF04 (0246898)
HSC-115-CRF01 (0246902)
HSC-210-CRF06 (0246853)
MAP-123-CRF01 (0246906)
Completion of General Education courses prior to graduation with the Associates of Applied
Science (AAS) degree is the responsibility of you as the student.
The following General Education Course is required to be completed during or prior to the
completion of the Diploma option:
o ADM-105 Introduction to Keyboarding
o BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy
The following General Education Courses are required to be completed prior to the completion
of the program to meet the A.A.S degree option. Some of these courses may already be
completed but ALL have to be completed before the degree is granted:
 ADM-105 Introduction to Keyboarding
 BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy
 COM-222 Communication for Health Care Professional or COM-722
Communication in the Workplace or SPC-101 Fundamentals of Oral Com or
SCP-112 Public Speaking
 ENG-105 Composition I
 HUM-XXX Humanities Elective Course (3 credits)
 MAT-731 Introduction to Math (or a higher college level math course)
 PSY-111 Introduction to Psychology
 SOC-XXX Social Science Elective
 XXX-XXX General Electives (9 credits total)
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