Medical Administrative Assistant
Academic Associate of Science Degree
The Medical Office Assistant program develops administrative and medical office skills required for employment in a hospital, physician’s office, other medically related organizations, or a general business office. Qualified students will take the National Healthcareer Association certification tests. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be granted an Academic Associate of Science Degree for Medical Office Assistant. Classes listed below are not necessarily taught in the sequence shown. The Medical Office Assistant program requires 15 months/5 semesters to complete.
Program Prerequisite: None
The Practical Nursing program is designed to develop the attitudes, skills, and theoretical basis for competent entry-level practice as a Practical Nurse. The curriculum is developed and implemented with the goal of successful graduate attainment of the program terminal objectives. Graduates are eligible to make application to take the NCLEX-PN Licensure examination and, upon successfully completing the NCLEX-PN, become Licensed Practical Nurses. However, successful completion of the Practical Nursing program does not guarantee licensure (see section 335.066 RSMO). Texas County Technical College’s Practical Nursing program will provide the students with 71 credit hours of Theory, Laboratory, and Clinical Practice. The Practical Nursing program requires 12 months/3 semesters to complete.
Program Prerequisites: None
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Accelerated LPN to RN
Academic Associate of Science Degree in Nursing
The Accelerated LPN to RN Program is designed for students who are already currently Missouri Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and have chosen to pursue a career as a Registered Nurse. The program consists of 64 credit hours (14 credits of prerequisites, 50 credits throughout program). A student will be prepared to take the NCLEX-RN and upon successfully passing the NCLEX become a Registered Nurse. However, successful completion of the Accelerated LPN to RN program does not guarantee licensure (see section 335.066 RSMO). The course numbering system is as follows: pre-fixes with RN are specific nursing classes. All other general education courses follow TCTC’s course numbering system. The Accelerated LPN to RN program requires 15 months/4 semesters to complete.
Program Prerequisites: Anatomy & Physiology w/lab 8 credits, English Composition 3 credits, Human Nutrition 3 credits, American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Certification, and an undisciplined Missouri LPN license.