Business Office Technology: Medical Option
Prepares students for positions in physicians’ offices and health service agencies. The curriculum provides a knowledge of office administrative procedures, business practices, and liberal arts.
The Business Office Technology: Medical Option degree transfers to Charter Oak State College’s Health Information Management degree program. Local labor data confirms a positive employment outlook for BOT-related occupational groups including Office Administrative Support and Medical Records and Health Information Technicians.
Connecticut Department of Labor
Program Coordinator: Candace Carbone, 860.773.1609
|BOT*115||Human Biology (a)||4|
|BOT*137||Word Processing Applications (a) ‡||3|
|may be used instead of BOT*111|
|prerequisite for this course)|
|BOT*180||Medical Terminology (a)||3|
|Fine Arts Elective||3|
|(ART*, COM*154, COM*167, DGA*, GRA*, NMC*,MUS*, THR*)|
|BBG*240||Business Ethics (a)||3|
|BOT*181||Medical Coding I (a)||3|
|BOT*215||Word Processing Applications II (a)||3|
|BOT*287||Foundations/Management Medical Insurance (a)||3|
|Mathematics Elective (a) (from any college-level mathematics course)||3-4|
|BOT*182||Medical Coding II (a)||3|
|BOT*210||Computerized Office Applications (a)||3|
|BOT*288||Medical Practice Management Software Applications (a)||3|
|ENG*106||Writing for Business (a)||3|
|Social Science Elective (from ANT*, ECN*, GEO*, POL*, PSY*, SOC*)||3|
|BMG*220||Human Resources Management (a)||3|
|BOT*219||Integrated Office (a)||3|
|BOT*291||Electronic Health Records (a)||3|
|BOT*295||Administrative Practicum (a)||3|
|Select one of the following courses:|
|COM*173||Public Speaking (a) or|
|ENG*103||Composition II (a)||3|
(a) Prerequisite and/or co-requisite required.
‡ NOTE: If a student presents evidence of satisfactory completion of two years of high school study or its equivalent,
or achieves a passing grade on the college administered Course Credit Exam, the student may choose to substitute
an elective. This requires faculty consent. In addition, students may substitute First Year Experience (CSS-101) as the
prerequisite to this course.
The Business Office Technology: Medical Option degree transfers to Charter Oak State College’s Health Information
Management degree program.