HSC 292: Medical Assisting Professional Seminar

Class Program
Credits 1

This course is a one credit capstone course. This capstone course is an opportunity for students to demonstrate that they have achieved the outcomes of the medical assisting technology program. This course is designed to assess cognitive, affective and psychomotor learning and to do so in a student-centered and student-directed manner which requires the command, analysis and synthesis of knowledge and skills. It integrates learning from the courses in the major with the courses from the rest of the academic experience. It requires the application of that learning to a project which serves as an instrument of evaluation. This course will prepare the student to leave the academic world and enter into the real world as a medical assistant, the most versatile member of any medical staff.
 

Prerequisites

HSC 121 Medical Assisting Administrative I; HSC 221 Medical Assisting Administrative II; HSC 150 Medical Assisting Clinical I; HSC 250 Medical Assisting Clinical II, all with a grade of "C" or better; satisfactory completion of 40 program credits with a 2.0 GPA or better. Course must be taken in the final semester of the program.

Corequisites

HSC 293 Medical Assisting Technology Practicum

Notes
Students will be required to maintain a 2.0 GPA or higher throughout the entire seminar semester. If, at midterm, the student is averaging a GPA less than 2.0, they will be withdrawn from the seminar and will be required to repeat HSC 292 Medical Assisting Professional Seminar in its entirety during the next available semester.