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There is a growing list of courses approved by the Kansas Board of Regents for guaranteed transfer among all Kansas public postsecondary institutions. Visit for more information.

T▸ – Course eligible for transfer to a state university.

General Education Courses:

BIOL-230 Anatomy & Physiology w/Lab T▸ Credits: 5

Transfer logo_micro-logo This class is an in-depth study of human anatomy and physiology.  Anatomy is the study of the structure of the human body from cell structure through organ systems. Physiology is the study of the mechanical and biochemical functions of the body. To illustrate the concepts discussed in the lecture portion of the class, lectures will be supplemented with laboratory exercises. Online Syllabus

Pre-requisite: Grade of C or better in BIOL-121 or qualifying examination score

BMGT-108 Entrepreneurship Credits: 3

In this class students study the different forms of business entities, how to begin a business, and operate a business as an entrepreneur or manager.  Important areas covered in the setting up and operation of a small business includes: planning, organizing, controlling, strengths and weaknesses, site location, financing, human resources, and promotion.  An emphasis will be placed on creating, planning and presenting a business plan. Online Syllabus

BT-100 Business Concepts Credits: 3

This course is designed to cover issues relating to the economic environment and how modern business affects both customers and businesses. Students will be exposed to the many functions of business including a multitude of career fields such as management, marketing, ethics, social responsibility and the human resource side of running a business.

BMGT-109 Business Law Concepts Credits: 3

This course is designed to provide students with a better understanding of business law with emphasis on business and consumer issues, contracts, sales agreements, partnership agreements, licensing, insurance and liability. Students may observe live court cases involving criminal, civil, and traffic court law. Online Syllabus

MA-111 College Algebra T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo The course reviews the fundamental concepts of real and imaginary numbers along with symbolism used in Algebra. Concepts to be developed include solving and graphing linear and quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and matrices. Students will apply these concepts to real world situations through word problems.

Pre-requisite: grade of C or better in MA-110 Intermediate Algebra or appropriate placement scores. Online Syllabus

CIS-100 Computer Applications T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo Students will learn basic computer operations utilizing a windows-based computer. Word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation applications skills will be developed through the use of Microsoft Office, and students will learn how to integrate the data produced. Hands-on practice projects will be utilized that will be relevant for home and business use. Online Syllabus

MA-200 Elementary Statistics Credits: 3

This course covers topics related to distributions, measures of central tendency and dispersion, sampling methods, hypothesis testing, coorelation, and regression. A good working knowledge of “intermediate” algebra is necessary for the successful student of introductory statistics. Students will apply these concepts to real world simulations through applications, simulations and word problems. Online Syllabus


COM-103 English Composition I T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo English Composition I will examine rhetorical strategies and application of these strategies through writing, emphasizing grammatical correctness, acceptable usage, effective organization and expression of ideas. Critical thinking, argumentation, research and analysis of selected readings are part of the course. Assigned readings, expository writings and a research paper are required. Online Syllabus

Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in COM099 or appropriate placement scores.

COM-110 English Composition II T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo This course is a continuation of COM-103, English Composition I, focusing on persuasive writing. Emphasis will be on the writing process, the writing workshop and incorporating research and documented sources into writing. Assigned readings, expository writings and a research paper are required. Online Syllabus

Pre-requisite: Grade of C or better in COM-103, English Composition I

MA-102 Essential Math T▸ Credits: 3

T▸Essential Math is a course starting with the basic numerical concepts and moving to more complex concepts involving critical thinking and problem solving. The course will not only deal with theory and principles, but will also concentrate on applications of using those concepts in solving problems dealing with Finance, Probability and Risk, Social Issues, and across other disciplines. Online Syllabus

BMGT-111 Foundations of Personal Finance Credits: 3

This course is designed to cover issues relating to personal finance. Topics covered include: the economic system, managing your finances, income and taxes, financial institutions and credit, investing and retirement planning, consumer economics, and career and working world planning. Online Syllabus

COM-105 Fundamentals of Oral Communication T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo An elementary course in the study and practice of the basic principles of speech and interpersonal communication. We examine a variety of speaking situations including workplace speaking, persuasive speaking and special occasion speaking with emphasis on critical thinking, creative and intelligent selection of material, organization and oral presentations. Online Syllabus

SS-100 General Psychology T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logoThis course is a survey of the introduction to the social science of psychology. It introduces basic concepts, theories, founders of psychology, research methods, and contributions to the understanding of human behavior. Chapters studied throughout the course include the nervous system, perception, motivation, learning and memory, social behavior, personality, developmental, and clinical psychology. Online Syllabus

BIOL-121 Human Biology w/Lab T▸ Credits: 4

Transfer logo_micro-logo An introductory course using exploration of principles and processes common to all living systems as a starting point for the study of human structure and function and the interrelationships between humans and the rest of the biosphere. Lectures will be supplemented with laboratory exercises. Online Syllabus

SS-105 Human Growth and Development T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo This course is an introduction to the study of the basic principles of behavior and the factors which influence it. Emphasis is placed on the relationship of these principles to the problems of everyday life. Online Syllabus

MA-110 Intermediate Algebra Credits: 3

The concepts of fundamental operations with real and imaginary numbers, symbolism used in Algebra, solving and graphing equations, and applications of these concepts to word problems will be developed. This course is designed for students who have only one year of high school algebra, are inadequately prepared for College Algebra, or score in the prescribed range on the ASSET/Compass exams. Topics covered include number systems, linear equations and equalities, polynomials, exponents, rational expressions, and quadratic equations.

Pre-requisite: Grade of C or better in MA-099 Basic Algebra or appropriate placement scores. Online Syllabus

SOC-135 Introduction to Sociology T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo This transferable course introduces the student to the study of the structure and function of human groups, particularly those occurring in contemporary industrialized cultures. The relationships between the individual and society, culture and society, and the social dynamics of institutions are discussed. Sociological principles will be applied to current social problems. Online Syllabus

COM-210 Medical Terminology Credits: 3

Body systems approach to learning medical language. Word parts are used to build, analyze, define, and spell medical terms. Structural, directional, disease and disorder terms, pronunciation, and abbreviations are included. Online Syllabus

BIOL-225 Microbiology w/Lab Credits: 5

This class is an in depth study of the microbial organisms that affect human health. Lecture will cover the cellular and molecular biology of microbes, as well as providing historical perspective on microbiology. Bacterial genetics will be discussed in detail as a background for examination of microbial resistance, bioengineering and biotechnology. The student will learn practical techniques and applications of microscopy, aseptic technique and microbial identification through multiple laboratory exercises. Illustrations of the interactions between nurses, physicians, laboratorians, other health professionals and the patient will be provided to introduce the student to their respective roles in the diagnosis and management of human infectious disease. Online Syllabus

Prerequisite:  Grade of C or better in BIOL-230.  Students are not permitted to enroll in Anatomy & Physiology and Microbiology in the same term.

HE-230 Principles of Nutrition T▸ Credits: 3

Transfer logo_micro-logo This course is an in depth study of the essential nutrients for healthy lifestyles, body processes, and fallacies with emphasis on the scientific basis of nutrition. Online Syllabus

Technical Courses:

HE-109 Introduction to the Oilfield Credits: 3

This 8 week course, designed for entry level employment, provides insight into the oilfield industry. Coursework includes an industry-designed curriculum, field trips and an introduction to oilfield skills and knowledge. After an initial face-to-face meeting, the majority of the course is delivered online. Field trip participation is strongly encouraged.

Short term classes, including short term general education classes, summer classes and online classes are non-refundable.

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Commercial Driver's Licence Courses:

CDL-100 Commercial Driver License Credits: 1

This course provides the necessary information to successfully acquire a Commercial Driver License and the skills to demonstrate proficiency while operating a commercial motor vehicle. Understanding changing conditions, demands, traffic situations, and hazards are essential in the professional driver’s job. Maintaining professionalism and stress levels while operating a large motor vehicle safely are key components of a successful CDL holder. Utilizing classroom hours, audio and visual tools, simulation and actual driving scenarios help prepare the student for receiving a CDL.

Health Support Specialist Courses: (offered to facilities at a group rate only)

HS-106 Critical Thinking Credits: 1

Upon completion of this course the learner should be able to grasp the concept of critical thinking and its key components. The relationship between the nursing process, critical thinking and nursing knowledge will be explained. In addition, applying critical thinking in the workplace will be covered.

HS-105 Dementia Care Credits: 1

Upon completion of this course the learner should be able to provide care for the confused resident by recognizing characteristics of a confused resident, identifying common behavior problems and stating common interventions for positive behavioral outcomes. In addition, the learner should be able to list the three stages of Alzheimer’s disease, describe how to interact with a resident who has Dementia and identify at least three ways to care for residents with dementia.

HS-104 Dining Services Credits: 1

This course utilizes the ServSafe®standardized curriculum. Upon completion of this course the learner is eligible for certification in ServSafe.®  The course covers five key areas: basic food safety; personal hygiene; cross-contamination and allergens; time and temperature; and cleaning and sanitation. These are important concepts that affect the quality of food service in an elder care facility.

HS-103 Environmental Services Credits: 1

Participants will learn to maintain a clean environment by completing housekeeping, laundering, and simple maintenance tasks within the guidelines of facility policies and procedures in addition to the knowledge of State and Federal regulations through a ten hour online OSHA approved training course.

HS-101 Medical Terminology I Credits: 1

This course introduces students to the terms used in the medical field.  The course includes words, anatomical terms, and body systems.  It also includes conversion tables and written terminology.

HS-101A Medical Terminology II Credits: 2

This course introduces students to the terms used in the medical field.  The course includes words, anatomical terms, and body systems.  It also includes conversion tables and written terminology.

HS-102 Person Centered Care Credits: 1

This course will examine activities in a person-centered nursing home environment. It will focus on the importance of meaningful, individualized activity for residents as well as the roles of all staff members in providing activity. The course will teach participants how to learn about residents, plan, facilitate and evaluate activities. Regulations related to activity and the survey process will be explored.

HS-100 Rehabilitative Aide Credits: 2

This course makes the learner aware of the importance of preservation of function of the body. The rehabilitative aide performs restorative duties under the supervision of a registered nurse. The rehabilitative aide helps to improve the residents tasks with daily living and help to provide comfort, safety and well-being to the long term care resident.

Pharmacy Technician Courses:

PHRM-102 Pharmaceutical Calculations Credits: 3

Students will demonstrate the ability to perform pharmaceutical calculations required for the usual dosage determinations and solution preparation.  Emphasis will be placed on basic computations, use of measuring tools, dosage computations, compounding calculations and solution preparation.  Topics covered include ratio and proportion, dilution and concentration, milliequivalent, units, and intravenous flow rates. Online Syllabus

PHRM-125L Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technicians I Credits: 4

This course will provide an introduction to basic concepts of pharmacology as it relates to all the body systems.  Students will have a review of each body system.  Common disorders and diseases of the human body will be introduced.  Common drug reactions and interactions will be covered.  Medical terms commonly used will be introduced.  The student will have a beginning working knowledge of drug therapy and its relationship with individuals across the lifespan upon the completion of this course. Online Syllabus

PHRM-106 Pharmacy Technician Certification Credits: 1

Students will share work related experiences with the instructor and their peers. Students will prepare to take the national pharmacy technician exam for board certification. Online Syllabus

PHRM-100Z Pharmacy Technician Science Credits: 4

An integrated course combining lecture and laboratory exercise in practical, technical, and legal aspects of drug management; distribution (dispensing); and storage in outpatient (retail), inpatient (hospital), and nursing home settings. Includes pharmacy equipment and devices, concepts related to computer operations, materials, non-sterile dosage forms, and inventory control. Also includes small or large scale compounding, packaging and quality control; practical aspects of recordkeeping, and insurance issues relevant to the daily pharmacy.

PHRM-103Z Community Pharmacy Credits: 4

This course covers the important processes and details of the everyday pharmacy work of dispensing medications, such as understanding the parts of a prescription, the different types of prescriptions, and the input and maintenance of the patient profile. Discussed is the importance and intricacies of insurance processing and assisting patients without access to insurance. The business of community pharmacy- including the application of business math, the operation of automated devices, and the maintenance of inventory – has its own chapter also covering the range of OTC, homeopathic, and holistic medications and dietary supplements. Finally, students will learn concepts and techniques involved with compounding nonsterile products following the revised guidelines outlines in USP Chapter 795 .


AH-011 Certified Medication Aide (CMA) Credits: 4

This course will provide students with basic training in medications and medication administration. Current Kansas CNA certification is required. Students must pass a reading test demonstrating a reading level at an eighth grade level or above prior to starting the course. The course is developed with the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services Certified Nurse Aide Curriculum Guidelines as the backbone of the course. CMA’s are certified by the State of Kansas to legally be allowed to pass medications under the direct supervision of a Kansas licensed LPN or RN in a variety of long-term care settings, or a mental health care facility. Course time includes the didactic portion, skills lab time on campus, and clinical time in an area long-term care facility.


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AH-010 Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) Credits: 5

This course is designed to train health care assistants in basic skills necessary to assist nurses in a variety of health care settings and to be efficient health care team members. Students will become CPR certified. Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services Certified Nurse Aide Curriculum Guidelines will be followed. Upon completion of the course, students will be eligible to take the state CNA examination.


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