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The Nuclear Medicine Technology program combines academic study with clinical laboratory experience at affiliated hospitals. Graduates of the program may find employment in the areas of nuclear imaging, nuclear cardiology, PET and fusion technology. The Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology has granted full accreditation status to this program. (Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology, 2000 W. Danforth Rd., Ste. 130 #203, Edmond, OK 73003, 405.285.0546. A graduate of this 24-month program is eligible to take a certification and/or registry examination in Nuclear Medicine Technology.) The following courses BIOL 2301, BIOL 2101 Anatomy and Physiology I, BIOL 2302, BIOL 2102 Anatomy and Physiology II, CHEM 1405 Introductory Chemistry I, MATH 1314 College Algebra, SCIT 1320 Physics for Allied Health, and EDUC 1300 Learning Framework are prerequisites for admission to the Nuclear Medicine Technology -AAS program. Total Credits in the Prerequisite Semester are 21.
This program has been deactivated as of September 1, 2017 and is currently in teach out through August 31, 2020. No new students will be admitted into the program.
The following courses ENGL 1301 (3 credits), BIOL 2301 (3 credits), BIOL 2101 (1 credit), PSYC 2301 (3 credits), and BIOL 2320 (3 credits), BIOL 2120 (1 credit) are required before admission to the Nursing-AAS program. These courses are included on the degree plan as a prerequisite semester.
HCC offers an optional route to the AAS Nursing Degree via the LVN-to-RN transition program. To apply for the program, students must have graduated from an accredited LVN program and meet all requirements for entry into the AAS Nursing program including criminal background checks. Students must demonstrate evidence of one of the following: six months recent (within one year) full-time clinical practice or one year recent (within one year) part-time clinical practice, and recently completed a nursing refresher course (within one year).
The Occupational Therapy Assistant curriculum prepares graduates to provide skilled health care services under the supervision of licensed occupational therapists. Working collaboratively, the OTA is trained to provide services to consumers across the life span, particularly those with challenges (i.e. disease, injury, illness, wellness, prevention), that prevent active independent 'living life to its fullest' through daily occupations and tasks. Services may include, but are not limited to, treating a wide range of physical, developmental, psychological, social, and emotional conditions. Principles, theories and treatment interventions that emphasize best practices are the hallmark of this profession's repertoire. Examples of types of intervention(s) include therapeutic exercises and activities, motor and life skills training, Basic Activities of Daily Living (BADL), and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) training, adaptive technological use and training, splint construction and usage, home modification, work-related intervention, psychosocial group programs, and consumer/care-giver education. The following courses EDUC 1300, BIOL 2301, BIOL 2101, PSYC 2301, OTHA 1201 are prerequisites for admission to the Occupational Therapy Assistant-AAS program. Total Credits Prereq Semester -12
Petroleum Engineering Technology is a program designed to prepare individuals to work as Petroleum Engineering Technicians in the oil and gas and related industries. The petroleum industry hires these highly skilled individuals for multiple field and office positions.
The Law Office Clerk certificate is a stepping-stone to the Paralegal Technology degree. This certificate allows students who are interested in working in a law office to gain entry to the legal world while working on courses which will advance them to a Paralegal position.
The Paralegal Technology program prepares individuals to perform research, drafting, investigation, record-keeping and related administrative functions under the supervision of an attorney or court or business. The program includes instruction in legal research, document drafting, law office procedures, pleadings, courthouse procedures, and legal specialization.
The Legal Assistant certificate allows a student to work in a law office or corporation as an assistant to an attorney or a trained paralegal. It consists of 30 semester hours which provides adequate training in the skills necessary to be a trained Legal Assistant.
The Legal Assistant-Medical Specialization is a step towards the Paralegal Technology degree from HCC with an emphasis in medical legal training. This certificate allows a student to work in a law office or corporation as an assistant to an attorney or a trained paralegal. The training and education offered by the certificate is ideal for those students who are interested, have been employed or who are currently employed in the medical field. It consists of 30 semester hours which provides adequate training in the skills necessary to be a trained Legal Assistant with a medical specialization.