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New Classes Offered at SEARK College

Video Game Design

 
Video Game Design

The Certificate of Proficiency in Video Game Design and Development covers the theoretical and practical foundations of video game production using the powerful Unity3D game engine. Students will learn to develop a game concept, prototype, test, and iterate on ideas. The Certificate of Proficiency builds a solid foundation for industry roles such as: a gameplay designer, level designer, technical designer, or computer programmer. For more information on Video Game Design go to the Tech Studies Program page found at the link below.

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Phlebotomy

 
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The Phlebotomy Technology program is a one-semester program that introduces students to proper collection, transport, and handling of blood including blood collection equipment, venipuncture, and capillary collection. Phlebotomists may seek employment in inpatient hospital laboratory settings, outpatient laboratories, physician offices, and medical clinics. Program graduates may apply to seek certification through the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) or the National Health Career Association (NHA). For more information on the Phlebotomy Tech Program go to the NAH Programs Information Page found at the link below.

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Medical Coding 

 
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The Medical Coding program is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills required for basic medical coding. Emphasis is placed on the purpose of coding, definitions of key terms, accurate application of coding principles, and an overview of the impact of prospective reimbursement on the function of coding, principles of classification systems, nomenclatures, indexes, and registers. Students develop coding competency in both hospital and physician practice settings. For more information on the Medical Coding Program  go to the NAH Programs Information Page found at the link below.

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Sterile Processing 

 
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Sterile Processing is a certificate of proficiency program designed to provide the student the knowledge and skills required for entry-level work as a sterile processing technician. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to take the Certification Board for Sterile (Processing Distribution (CBSPD) certification exam. For more information on the Sterile Processing Program go to the NAH Programs Information Pagefound at the link below.

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Social Media Management

 
Social media management An overview of what social media is and how it impacts people, places and things, positively and negatively, on a daily basis. This course will examine the conceptual and practical uses of/for social media in personal and professional settings. Students discuss interface design heuristics and user interface patterns and explain their importance. Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to: build a content strategy, a social media community, develop a social media voice and general best practices for etiquette when using social media. This course is a targeted learning course that is designed for growth of an individual’s knowledge of a subject and can be used as an elective for most programs at SEARK College.
   
   

 

 Class Schedule Information

 


Students are encouraged to register as early as possible in order to secure their desired schedule and to avoid long lines and/or closed classes. All students should consult with their advisors prior to registration. However, remember that most faculty are not available for advising during the breaks between terms, so care should be taken when making contact or scheduling appointments.

Student photo ID cards are required and may be acquired in the Registrar's Office, Room 145 of the Student Services Building.

Please be prepared to show your student ID to Campus Security at all times, especially after 5:00 p.m. It is important that we maintain a safe and secure environment for our students.

Please use the links below to see available course information for the appropriate Semester or Term.  Courses are color coded to indicate the number of seats that have been filled.   If a report states that a schedule is not currently available, please be patient.  When the schedule is ready, it will appear in the report.

All classes and instructors in the schedule are subject to change.

Please be sure to check the Academic Calendar for "Drop for Non-Payment" dates!

Fall 8 week Class Schedule

Term Schedule Internet Only
Spring Full Schedule Internet Schedule
Summer Full Schedule Internet Schedule
Fall Full Schedule Internet Schedule

 

 


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