Medical Assistant Program
Courses and Credit Recommendations
- Pharmacology for Medical Assistants (Non-Lab) (3 credits, lower division level)
- Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Assistants (Non-Lab) (3 credits, lower division level)
May 2010 through May 2020
Source of Records
Students should request their records directly from the school they attended.
Platt Technical High School; 600 Orange Avenue, Milford, Connecticut 06461
About the Reviewed Program
The mission of the Connecticut Technical High School System Adult Education Program is to 1) provide a unique and rigorous post-secondary learning environment that ensures student academic success and trade mastery and instills a zest for lifelong learning; 2) prepares students for career advancement, apprenticeships, and immediate productive employment; and 3) responds to employers' and industries' current and emerging and changing global workforce needs and expectations through business/school partnerships.
Applying for the Credit
Have your training sponsor submit your transcript or record to the Registrar to apply for the credit.
Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Assistants (Non-Lab) (3 credits, lower division level)
This anatomy and physiology course teaches students the basic structure and functions of cells, tissues, organs and organ systems of the human body. The organ systems included in this course are integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, the senses, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, lymphatic, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. Disease and disorders of the organ systems, their diagnostic modalities and treatments are also emphasized.
Pharmacology for Medical Assistants (Non-Lab) (3 credits, lower division level)
This pharmacology course teaches safe administration of medications beginning with the fundamentals of medication administration and progresses through the more commonly prescribed medications relating to specific body systems. Topics include practices governing the use, dispensing, administration, and storage of pharmaceuticals. Terminology relating to medications and the administration of medications is emphasized.
About the Review
This review was funded by the Connecticut Health & Life Sciences Career Initiative (HLSCI), a Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant, as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor. HLSCI is an equal opportunity program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.