Infinity College is licensed by the  Louisiana Board of Regents and Nationally Accredited by the Council on Occupational Education.  Infinity College is also programmatically accredited by ASHP.  Infinity College opened its doors in 2010 and has graduated numerous students since its date of inception.  Our goal is to make a positive impact in the lives of individuals so that they can positively impact the community and be career ready to that they may leave a legacy for future generations.  We are also approved by the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals and the Louisiana Board of Pharmacy.  Infinity College is also a candidate for Programmatic Accreditation for our Pharmacy Technician program. We are partnered with various National certification agencies and we are able to facilitate many national certification exams on-site.

Students can begin taking courses at various times throughout the year. The various enrollment dates provide flexibility in meeting the needs of all of our students. Feel free to contact our Admissions Office to determine the best time to continue your educational journey. Our academic standards for our students and employees are high and what sets Infinity College apart is our duty to prepare capable men and women to excel educationally, in their career and personally. 

Imagine setting out on a journey and hitting the road toward your destiny. All you need is your map (your vision/goals), a full tank of gas (your drive/passion to succeed), your car (you), and the ability to accelerate (discipline). We endeavor to get you to your final destination, however you have to be willing to release the breaks (your fears) and avoid unforeseeable traffic jams (negativity). We cannot drive you to the finish line, but we can definitely act as a GPS system to guide you in the right direction.

Educational Career training and mentoring is something that everyone needs to guide him/her through life’s intricate parallels and mazes. In truth, career training at Infinity College is a systematic process designed with YOU in mind. It is your blueprint, or road map, for success. Our purpose is to provide you with the tools you need to get you where you need to be in your career. While providing you with career training, we offer you support in discovering the places in your life that need extra attention and address the issues head on. (Dr. C.T.)

Mission Statement
Infinity College is committed to serve the unique academic and social needs of our students in a learning environment that produces intellectual freedom enabling you to acquire skills that lead to career advancement in our ever changing society.

Vision Statement
Infinity College provides an atmosphere of academic excellence where students and employees can achieve their full potential. Infinity College’s education network instills the necessary skills so that graduates and employees can be responsive to socioeconomic, technological, and environmental challenges in a complex and shifting society. 

Institutional Philosophy
Infinity College seeks to enhance and stimulate intellectual growth while concentrating on personal development and potential for career advancement. Infinity College offers the skills to help graduates succeed in Allied Health careers that will aid them in communicating effectively, thinking analytically, and advancing professionally and personally. 

Core Values
The members of the Infinity College community maintain a culture that:

  • Adheres to personal academic and intellectual integrity
  • Embraces the diversity of cultural backgrounds, personal characteristics, and life situations represented in this community
  • Values an environment for the free expression of ideas, opinions, thoughts, and differences in people
  • Respects the rights, dignity and property of all
  • Trustworthiness
  • Fulfilling Our Potential
  • Valuing Ourselves
  • Community Involvement
  • Leadership
  • Learning
  • Collaborative Partnerships
  • We value the institution of the family
  • We believe in EXCELLENCE and providing the highest quality of service
  • We value accountability, consistency, and vision
  • We embrace the highest moral and ethical values
  • We value confidentiality and professionalism
  • We value unity and synergy
  • We value order and protocol.

    Available courses

    Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
    Tiffany Edwards

    Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing

    This course utilizes the nursing process and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs to prioritize care to the expectant mother and family during pregnancy, labor, birth, and puerperium.  In addition, maternity nursing includes the care of the fetus and the neonate.  Critical thinking skill, therapeutic communication and cultural competence are integral components in providing and delivering safe and competent care to the pregnant mother and family.  Pediatric nursing is designed to give students an understanding of basic physiological processes and the nursing care involved in pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the post-partum period as well as understanding the growth and development, normal vital signs for patients’ age.

    Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED
    Florence Rogers

    Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED

    This course teaches first aid CPR for adults, infants and children.

    Pharmacology I

    Pharmacology I

    This course contains nursing theory and skills related to the general principles of medication administration. The pharmacology course provides instruction on the fundamentals of medication therapy and medication administration to include terminology, abbreviations, and knowledge of medications required to interpret physician orders are emphasized. It begins with the calculation of medication dosages, preparation and administration of medications via oral, topical, and parenteral routes are practiced and demonstrated. Skills lab is required in preparation for clinical participation

    Anatomy and Physiology  II
    Tiffany Edwards

    Anatomy and Physiology II

    This course teaches the introduction to the human body, body functions, body organization, and each of the systems of the body and deviations from normal. This course covers the structure and function of the body, the basic chemistry makeup of the body, the nervous system, tissues and membranes, autonomic and sensory systems, endocrine, lymphatic and immune system, blood and covers the anatomy of the heart. 


    Geriatric Clinical

    Geriatric Clinical

    In this course students apply basic and beginning knowledge obtained from PN 111, PN 112. Students apply nursing theory and interactive laboratory experiences to provide basic care to Geriatric population in varied care settings under the supervision of a clinical instructor.  Students apply knowledge acquired from nursing and theory courses to provide basic care that is safe, follows the principles of practical nursing, views the client needs holistically, while addressing the client needs utilizing the nursing process focusing on elder care.  Client needs are stressed and integrated processes of clinical problem solving, caring, communication, documentation and teaching/learning are introduced. Clinical experience shall include basic and advanced nursing skills, geriatrics, general health and physical assessment, patient education, health screening, promotion, restoration and maintenance, supervision and management, safety and infection control, communication and documentation, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations II

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations II

    This course is designed to acquaint the nursing student with medical terminology. Students learn to construct words using medical roots, prefixes, and suffixes, as well as learn to pronounce and spell medical terminology.

    NCLEX-PN Review

    NCLEX-PN Review

    This course is designed for the practical nursing student preparing to take the NCLEX-PN. The focus is on reviewing nursing knowledge. Content includes a review of the following: body systems in health and disease; health promotion and maintenance from infancy through adulthood, pharmacology, strategies which promote a safe and effective nursing care environment and maintaining psychosocial integrity.

    Career Development
    Tiffany Edwards

    Career Development

    Students will explore the role of the practical nurse, the clinical decision-making process, the health care team concept, problem-solving and critical thinking. Role transition, leadership and management in practical nursing and responsibilities of the practical nurse graduate.

    Pediatric Nursing Clinical

    Pediatric Nursing Clinical

    Students demonstrates understanding of the average growth and development, normal vital signs for patient’s age and   Erikson’s Psychosocial Development factors.  Students provide basic, intermediate and advanced practical nursing care to pediatric clients. Students are expected to synthesize information learned from previous experiences along with the new learning gained to care for larger numbers of clients and for those clients with more complex needs. Clinical experience shall include basic and advanced nursing skills, general health and physical assessment, patient education, health screening, promotion, restoration and maintenance, supervision and management, safety and infection control, communication and documentation, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.

    Pediatric Nursing

    Pediatric Nursing

    Pediatric nursing is designed to give students an understanding of basic physiological process and nursing care involved in the care of infants, children, and adolescence to include knowledge of normal psychomotor, psychosocial and cognitive growth and development as well as the health problems and needs of those in this age group.

    Maternal Nursing Clinical

    Maternal Nursing Clinical

    Students utilize the nursing process and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs to prioritize care to the expectant mother and family during pregnancy, labor, birth and puerperium. In addition, maternity nursing includes the care of the fetus and the neonate.  Students are expected to synthesize information learned from previous experiences along with the new learning gained to care for larger numbers of clients and for those clients with more complex needs. Clinical experience will take place in various inpatient and outpatient settings. Shall include basic and advanced nursing skills, general health and physical assessment, patient education, health screening, promotion, restoration and maintenance, supervision and management, safety and infection control, communication and documentation, IV Therapy, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.

    Maternal Nursing

    Maternal Nursing

    This course utilizes the nursing process and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs to prioritize care to the expectant mother and family during pregnancy, labor, birth and puerperium. In addition, maternity nursing includes the care of the fetus and the neonate. Critical thinking skills, therapeutic communication and cultural competence are integral components in providing and delivering safe and competent care to the pregnant mother and family.

    Med-Surgical Nursing III

    Med-Surgical Nursing III

    Students apply theory and knowledge gained from interactive laboratory experiences to provide basic, intermediate and advanced practical nursing care to clients, families, and groups in the medical surgical environment in a leadership role under the supervision of their clinical instructor.  Students are expected to synthesize information learned from previous experiences along with the new learning gained to care for larger numbers of clients and for those clients with advanced complex needs. Clinical experience shall include basic and advanced nursing skills, general health and physical assessment, patient education, maternal and pediatric, mental health, geriatrics, health screening, promotion, restoration and maintenance, supervision and management, safety and infection control, communication and documentation, IV Therapy, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.


    Med-Surgical Nursing III

    Med-Surgical Nursing III

    This course expands on theory and principles taught in PN 124 and PN 134.  The student is transitioned into the leadership and management role as a graduate.  Concepts provided include advanced principles of nursing care and correlated experiences in medical-surgical nursing, geriatric, maternal and pediatric nursing, and mental health nursing.  This course focuses on care throughout the lifespan to include newborn to older adults with advanced medical/surgical health problems.  Application of pathophysiology, nutrition, and pharmacology are applied to complex diseases within each concept.  Nursing responsibilities for care of patients with disorders of sensory organs, integumentary system, musculosckeletal system, gastrointestinal system, renal system and cardiovascular/circulatory system are explored.  This plan identifies risk factors, nutritional assesses and patient teaching.  The identification of the Scope of practice involving administration of IV therapy and the LPN and provide students with the factors that are essential to body fluid, electrolytes, balance, imbalance, IV, Piggy, Push and Blood while providing knowledge necessary to avoid complications and demonstrate understanding of correcting problems as they occur.  Practical Nursing students will demonstrate proficiency in starting an IV.

    Med-Surgical Nursing Clinical II

    Med-Surgical Nursing Clinical II

    Students apply theory and knowledge gained from interactive laboratory experiences to provide basic, intermediate and advanced practical nursing care to clients, families, and group in the medical surgical environment under the supervision of their clinical instructor.  Students are expected to synthesize information learned from previous experiences along with the new learning gained to care for larger numbers of clients and for those clients with advanced complex needs.  Clinical experience shall include basic and advanced nursing skills, general health and physical assessment, patient education, maternal and pediatric, mental health, geriatrics, health screening, promotion, restoration and maintenance, supervision and management, safety and inspection control, communication and documentation, IV Therapy, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.

    Med-Surgical Nursing II
    Lovenia NarcisseCandace RamseyEbony Rideau

    Med-Surgical Nursing II

    The course provides information on the concepts providing basic principles of nursing care and correlated experiences in medical-surgical nursing, geriatric, maternal and pediatric nursing, and mental health nursing.  This course focuses on care throughout the lifespan to include newborn to older adults with advanced medical/surgical health problems.  Application of pathophysiology, nutrition, and pharmacology are applied to complex diseases within each concept.  Nursing responsibilities for care of patients with disorders of sensory organs, integumentary system, musculoskeletal system, gastrointestinal system, renal system and cardiovascular/circulatory system are explored.  This plan identifies risk factors, nutritional assesses and patient teaching.  The identification of the Scope of practice involving administration of IV therapy and the LPN and provide students with the factors that are essential to body fluid,, electrolytes, balance, imbalance, IV, Piggy, Push, Blood, and Blood Products while providing knowledge necessary to avoid complications and demonstrate understanding of correcting problems as they occur.  Practical Nursing students will demonstrate proficiency in starting an IV.

    Mental Health Clinical

    Mental Health Clinical

    This course allows students to apply nursing theory, skills and knowledge gained from interactive laboratory experiences to provide basic and intermediate care to clients in the mental health arena.  care will be provided in outpatient and inpatient settings introducing the students to a holistic approach to mental health care.  Students follows the principles of practical nursing, views the client needs holistically, while addressing the client needs utilizing the nursing process.  Client needs are stressed and integrated processes of clinical problem solving, caring, communication, documentation and teaching/learning are introduced.  Clinical experience shall include basic and advanced nursing skills, mental health, general health and physical assessment, patient education, health screening, promotion, restoration and maintenance, supervision and management, safety and infection control, communication and documentation, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.

    Mental Health
    Christy LeeLovenia Narcisse

    Mental Health

    This course presents concepts in mental health and psychiatric nursing, abuse and neglect, stress management, crisis intervention and mental disorders.  Presents studies along with treatment and trends in psychiatric nursing as well as introduces the standards of practice of psychiatric and mental health nursing.  This course introduces mental health care; past and present; mental health problems throughout the lifecycle; caregivers' therapeutic skills; and clients with psychological and psychosocial problems.

    IV Therapy
    Tiffany EdwardsLovenia Narcisse

    IV Therapy

    This course will provide students with the factors that are essential to body fluid, electrolytes, balance, imbalance, IV, Piggy, Push, Blood, and Blood Products.  Practical Nursing students will demonstrate proficiency in starting an IV.  The courses introduces the student to the identification of the Scope of practice involving administration of IV therapy and the LPN and provide students with the factors that are essential to body fluid, electrolytes, balance, imbalance, IV, Piggy, Push, Blood, and Blood Products while providing knowledge necessary to avoid complications and demonstrate understanding of correcting problems as they occur.  Practical Nursing students will demonstrate proficiency in starting an IV.

    Pharmacology II
    Tiffany EdwardsLovenia NarcisseCandace Ramsey

    Pharmacology II

    This course emphasizes the basic scientific principles of pharmacology, its effects on various body systems and their application in person-centered care, health, and disease.  The pharmacology course expands knowledge of content critical for safe administration of medications in all clinical settings, provides an integrated overview of the nursing responsibilities required for in each clinical setting the nurse is employed.  Provides instruction on the fundamentals of medication therapy and medication administration to include dosage calculation. and classification categories of drugs.  Proper administration of IV push, IV piggyback, blood, and blood products will be covered.  Components of the nursing process most important to the function of administering medications are emphasized and drug actions explained as well as techniques of administration are covered.  Laboratory instruction is provided for mastery of the related skills.

    Med-Surgical Nursing Clinical I

    Med-Surgical Nursing Clinical I

    Students apply knowledge gained from Fundamentals and Medical-surgical theory and previous courses.  Students utilizes nursing theory and interactive laboratory experiences to provide basic and intermediate care to clients and families in the medical surgical nursing environment in multiple care settings under the supervision of a clinical instructor.  Students apply knowledge gained to provide care that is safe, follows the principles of practical nursing, views the client needs holistically, while addressing the client needs utilizing the nursing process.  Client needs are stressed and integrated processes of clinical problem solving, caring, communication, documentation and teaching/learning are introduced.  Students focus care for clients in multiple settings.  Clinical experience shall include basic and advanced nursing skills, mental health, geriatrics, general health and physical assessment, patient education, health screening, promotion, restoration and maintenance, supervision and management, safety and infection control, communication and documentation, IV Therapy, and working as a member of an interdisciplinary health care team.

    Med-Surgical Nursing I
    Tiffany EdwardsCandace RamseyEbony Rideau

    Med-Surgical Nursing I

    Students apply knowledge gained from Fundamental, and previous courses.  This course focuses on patient care concepts, acute care, multiple disorders and long-term care.  Students utilizes nursing theory and interactive laboratory experiences to provide basic and intermediate care to clients and families experiencing alterations in the respiratory, cardiovascular, endocrine, gastrointestinal, neurologic, and urologic systems.  Pain management and pharmacological interventions and/or commonly used medications for each body system addressed are discussed at length.  Care related to disease specific conditions will be addressed in multiple care settings under the supervision of a clinical instructor.  Utilizing a nursing process approach student will perform applicable practical nursing clinical skills to multiple clients in approved health care facilities under the supervision and discretion of Clinical nursing faculty.  Critical thinking skills are encouraged while the student learns to make interdependent practical nursing decisions.

    Geriatrics
    Tiffany Edwards

    Geriatrics

    This course will expand the student's knowledge of nursing care in the geriatric population.  It will address geriatric nursing care in a variety of life settings and prepare the student for work in elder care.  Students will learn adult, child, and infant CPR and First Aid.

    Anatomy and Physiology I
    Tiffany EdwardsLovenia NarcisseCandace RamseyKim Ueding

    Anatomy and Physiology I

    This course covers the structure and function of the body, the basic chemistry makeup of the body, the integumentary system, tissues and membranes, skeletal and muscular system, respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system, and water, electrolyte and acid-base balance of the body.  This course is designed to provide information necessary to gain a basic knowledge of the anatomical structure and the normal function of the human body and deviations from the normal.  The course provides a foundation upon which students may build knowledge and skills in order to render patient care.

    Nutrition and Diet Therapy
    Tiffany EdwardsLovenia NarcisseCandace Ramsey

    Nutrition and Diet Therapy

    This course provides information concerning the relationships between health, food, and nutrients.  This course also provides information on basic nutrition, life cycle, community, and clinical nutrition.  This course provides an integrated overview of the physiological requirements and functions of protein, energy, and the major vitamins and minerals that are determinants of health and diseases in human populations.  The student will be able to identify the nutritional requirements for a healthy diet, analyze labels and create a healthy meal plan.

    Nursing Fundamentals Clinical
    Tiffany EdwardsLovenia NarcisseCandace Ramsey

    Nursing Fundamentals Clinical

    This course builds upon the nursing care theories and skills discussed in PN 100.  Students apply basic and beginning knowledge obtained from nursing theory and interactive laboratory experiences to provide basic care to clients and families using the nursing process, students perform basic clinical nursing skills in appropriate health facilities under the supervision of the instructor.  The student begins to use the nursing process to plan and implement safe nursing care.  Produce accurate documentation of their nursing assessment and nursing care provided.  The student learns to develop a plan of care based on current nursing research and demonstrate an understanding of basic pathophysiology.

    Introduction to Microbiology
    Tiffany Edwards

    Introduction to Microbiology

    This course emphasizes the role of microbes in health and illness, transmission, reproduction, methods of control/destruction, with a focus on concepts essential for nursing care and prevention of illness and/or transfer of disease to others.

    Nursing Fundamentals
    Tiffany EdwardsLovenia NarcisseCandace Ramsey

    Nursing Fundamentals

    The course provides the development of personal qualities and characteristics needed for a safe and effective practice including problem solving and critical thinking abilities which include history, trends and evolution of practical nursing, practical nursing organizations and an introduction to the laws and rules that govern practical nursing practice.  This course provides instruction on the basic nursing skills which include infection control techniques, and lab and workplace safety.  The nursing process, patient assessment, documentation, vital signs, wound care, and mobility concepts are taught.  The course provides an overview of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and sets the stage for decisions concerning patient care and nursing strategies, awareness of variations in cultural, religious, spiritual, educational and socioeconomic histories and experiences, and how theses variations impact health and illness.  Concepts of communication and interviewing will prepare the student for health data collection in the levels to follow.  Cultural and ethical considerations of nursing is incorporated, and an overview of infection control practices are reinforced.

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations I
    Tiffany EdwardsLovenia NarcisseCandace RamseyEbony Rideau

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations I

    The course teaches the basic roots, prefixes, and suffixes involved in medical terms and the basic terms that help to define the anatomy and physiology in the human body.

    Resident's Rights and Promoting Resident's Rights Section 3
    Tiffany EdwardsHallie NallEbony Rideau

    Resident's Rights and Promoting Resident's Rights Section 3

    This section teaches how to understand people and identify the needs of the resident, understanding people's rights and the nursing assistant's role in ensuring the quality of life.

    Communication and Interpersonal Skills Section 3
    Sheryl BobbTiffany Edwards

    Communication and Interpersonal Skills Section 3

    This section teaches about the expectations of CNA's communication and documentation principles and procedures.

    Safety and Emergency Procedures Section 1
    Sheryl BobbAlicia Schultz

    Safety and Emergency Procedures Section 1

    This section teaches cardiopulmonary resuscitation including Heimlich maneuver, safety and body mechanics, emergency care, first aid and disasters, position, moving and lifting.

    Basic Nursing Services Section 3
    Sheryl BobbHallie NallEbony RideauAlicia Schultz

    Basic Nursing Services Section 3

    This section teaches about basic nursing services, gathering information, creating a home, assisting with nutrition and elimination and maintaining and improving skin integrity.

    Infection Control Section 3
    Brittney AlfredSheryl BobbJadea BrownAlicia Schultz

    Infection Control Section 3

    This section teaches the prevention and control of infection, the aging process and disease management.

    Healthcare Provider CPR Section 1
    Florence Rogers

    Healthcare Provider CPR Section 1

    This course teaches CPR for adults, infants and children.

    Personal Care Section 3
    Tiffany EdwardsHallie NallEbony RideauAlicia Schultz

    Personal Care Section 3

    This section teaches bed making and unit care, personal care, vital signs, personal injury prevention and protection, pain management, sleep and comfort and restorative activities.

    NA 105  Mental Health and Social Service Needs Section 1
    Sheryl BobbHallie NallAlicia Schultz

    NA 105 Mental Health and Social Service Needs Section 1

    This section teaches diversity and human needs and development in the role of the family, work environments and resident populations and end of life.

    Externship
    Sherica Davis

    Externship

    Students will perform clinical hours under the direct supervision of the program Coordinator.

    Healthcare Provider CPR
    Florence Rogers

    Healthcare Provider CPR

    This course teaches CPR for adults, infants and children.


    Healthcare Provider CPR

    Healthcare Provider CPR

    This course teaches CPR for adults and children.

    Microsoft Excel

    Microsoft Excel

    This course teaches how to create workbooks with Excel, create charts, manage multiple worksheets, and uses Excel functions and tables.

    Microsoft Word

    Microsoft Word

    This course teaches how to create documents in Word, format and organize text, working with graphics, tabs, and tables, and applying special text, paragraph and documents.

    Certification Review
    Shauniki Davis

    Certification Review

    This course assists the student with preparation for the certification examination.

    Career Development

    Career Development

    This course teaches professionalism and workplace conduct, resume writing, and interview techniques.

    Communication

    Communication

    This course teaches written, verbal, and nonverbal communications.

    Medical Office Procedures

    Medical Office Procedures

    This course teaches documentation, filing, charting, and file maintenance procedures and the typical duties in an office environment.

    Medical Ethics

    Medical Ethics

    This course teaches patient rights and responsibilities, ethical issues in patient care, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the management of medical information, and privacy standards governing healthcare practice.

    Accounts Receivable and Injury Claims

    Accounts Receivable and Injury Claims

    This course will expound on how to account for and manage receivables and payables. Students will explore the techniques of how to calculate a bad debt provision amount based on a company’s history and will include an overview of both the aging schedule and the allowance methods for calculating receivables. Students will learn the basic concepts of Worker’s Compensation.

    Insurance Reimbursement

    Insurance Reimbursement

    This course covers health insurance products and managed care approaches to the financing and delivery of healthcare services. Students explore reimbursement and payment methodologies. Students examine forms, processes, practices, and the roles of health information professionals. Students discuss concepts in insurance, third-party and prospective payments, and managed care organizations.

    Insurance Principles

    Insurance Principles

    This course teaches basic insurance principles, third-party payers, affordable care act, and healthcare reform.

    Electronic Health Records

    Electronic Health Records

    This course provides a basic overview on how to successfully manage electronic medical records in different health care settings and students will learn EMR concepts, terminology, regulations, and procedures, and receive hands-on training with electronic medical records.

    Health Care Procedure Coding System
    Shannon Benjamin

    Health Care Procedure Coding System

    This course teaches HCPCS Level II National Coding System.

    International Classification of Diseases

    International Classification of Diseases

    This course teaches the introduction to ICD-9-CM and ICD-10-CM coding, coding conventions, coding guidelines, hospital inpatient coding, and outpatient and physician office coding.

    Anatomy and Physiology II
    Shannon Benjamin

    Anatomy and Physiology II

    This course teaches the systems of the body which include the circulatory, renal, and reproductive systems.

    Anatomy and Physiology I

    Anatomy and Physiology I

    This course teaches the introduction to the human body, body functions, body organization, and each of the systems of the body which include the skeletal, integumentary, immune, muscular and nervous systems.

    Medical Terminology & Abbreviations

    Medical Terminology & Abbreviations

    This course teaches the student a basic understanding of medical terminology of the body systems, diseases, diagnostic procedures, laboratory tests, and abbreviations.

    Medical Billing

    Medical Billing

    This course covers the reimbursement process and payment methodologies. This course also covers payment systems, fee schedules, charge masters, coding, and the internal audit process, as well as the fundamentals and different types of health insurance.

    Medical Coding

    Medical Coding

    This course begins with an overview of coding concepts, terms, and procedures. Students will explore the history of the ICD-10 coding system. Students will code diagnoses in the ICD-10-CM and use the chapter-specific coding guidelines to code diseases and conditions with specific and unique rules. Students will complete course by learning how to code procedures in the ICD-10-PCS, rounding out their training in the basics of coding with ICD-10. Students explore CPT Coding, CPT Evaluation and Management, and CPT in various departments. 

    Introduction to Medical Coding

    Introduction to Medical Coding

    This course teaches the career as a coder and documentation as a basis for coding. This course is designed to provide a discussion of strategies for completing the allied health programs as an independent learner. In addition, it gives an introduction to health care and the role that healthcare professionals play in that industry. This course is designed to provide a discussion of strategies for completing the allied health programs.

    Medical Ethics
    Katina Arvie

    Medical Ethics

    This course teaches patient rights and responsibilities, ethical issues in patient care, and privacy standards governing healthcare practice. 

    Office Administrative Skills
    Katina Arvie

    Office Administrative Skills

    This course teaches the basic office skills such as telephone procedures, scheduling, filing, written and verbal communications, and organization skills.

    Microsoft Word
    Katina Arvie

    Microsoft Word

    This course teaches how to create documents in Word, format and organize text, working with graphics, tabs, and tables, and applying special text, paragraph and documents.

    Internship/Externship
    Katina Arvie

    Internship/Externship

    Students will perform clinical hours on the campus and at a clinical site under the direct supervision of the Program Instructor.

     

    Lead EKG and Interpretation
    Katina ArvieTaRonce Williams

    Lead EKG and Interpretation

    This course teaches how to interpret a 12-Lead EKG, myocardial infarction, electrical therapy, and critical thinking skills.

    Concepts in Electrophysiology
    Katina ArvieTaRonce Williams

    Concepts in Electrophysiology

    This course interpreting a rhythm strip, rhythms originating in the sinus node, atria, AV Junction and ventricles.

     

    Introduction to Electrophysiology
    Katina ArvieTaRonce Williams

    Introduction to Electrophysiology

    This course teaches about electrophysiology, lead morphology and placement, aspects of the EKG, and calculating heart rate.

    Certification Exam Review
    Katina Arvie

    Certification Exam Review

    This course assists the student with preparation for the certification examination.

    Career Development
    Katina Arvie

    Career Development

    This course teaches professionalism and workplace conduct, resume writing, and interview techniques.

    Ethics in Healthcare

    Ethics in Healthcare

    This course teaches patient rights and responsibilities, ethical issues in patient care, and privacy standards governing healthcare practice.

    Communication
    Katina Arvie

    Communication

    This course teaches written, verbal, and nonverbal communications.

    Specimen Preparation and Handling
    Katina Arvie

    Specimen Preparation and Handling

    This course teaches about the pre-analytical variables, specimen transport and handling, criteria for re-collection or rejection of a specimen.

    Phlebotomy Technique
    Katina Arvie

    Phlebotomy Technique

    This course teaches about the blood collection technique, skills used in approaching the patient, patient identification, test request form, specimen labeling and identification, accession order, selecting the appropriate venipuncture site, performing a safe venipuncture, syringe versus evacuated tube specimen collection, venipuncture by syringe, venipucture by evacuated tube method, butterfly needle collection system, the failed venipuncture, intravenous and indwelling lines, prioritizing specimen collection, and arterial punctures.

     


    Phlebotomy Equipment
    Katina Arvie

    Phlebotomy Equipment

    This course teaches about the metric system, syringes and needles, evacuated system, reuse of evacuated system holder, splattering of blood, evacuation collection tubes, butterfly collection system, coagulation, anticoagulants, tourniquets, micro collection equipment, collecting a unopette blood sample, order of draw and specimen collection trays.

    Patient & Specimen Requirements
    Katina Arvie

    Patient & Specimen Requirements

    This course teaches communication in healthcare, patient and specimen identification, and the phlebotomist role in the process.

    Laboratory Tests
    Katina ArvieKatina Arvie

    Laboratory Tests

    This course teaches about the collection of non-blood specimens, blood smear, glucose testing, urine and culture testing.

    Anatomy and Physiology II
    Katina Arvie

    Anatomy and Physiology II

    This course teaches about the circulatory system, anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, and veins and arteries of the circulatory system. This course teaches the heart and circulation, blood vessels, and the composition of blood.

    Anatomy and Physiology I
    Katina Arvie

    Anatomy and Physiology I

    This course teaches the introduction to the human body, body functions, body organization, and each of the systems of the body.

    Vital Signs
    Katina Arvie

    Vital Signs

    This course teaches temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.

    Medical Terminology
    Katina Arvie

    Medical Terminology

    This course teaches the basic roots, prefixes, and suffixes involved in medical terms and the basic terms that help to define the anatomy and physiology in the human body.


    Infection Control and Safety
    Katina Arvie

    Infection Control and Safety

    This course teaches infection control and isolation techniques, medical asepsis, hand washing, removing contaminated gloves, blood collection in an isolation room, occupational safety and health administration standards, disposal of used materials, importance of following safety guidelines, and the response to accidental biohazard exposure.

    Introduction to Phlebotomy
    Katina Arvie

    Introduction to Phlebotomy

    This course teaches the history of phlebotomy, the phlebotomist’s role in health care, areas of the health care setting, ethical considerations, the patient care partnership, professional attitude, advance directives, standards used in the laboratory, and quality assurance in phlebotomy.

     

    Healthcare Provider CPR
    Florence Rogers

    Healthcare Provider CPR

    This course teaches CPR for adults, infants and children.


    Externship

    Externship

    Students are placed in a medical facility where there is an opportunity to observe, assist, learn and perform services in a medical setting.  The externship is an essential component of the program where theoretical and practical skills are integrated. Specific objectives, including cognitive, affective, and psychomotor behaviors shall be met while completing this course.

    Microsoft Excel

    Microsoft Excel

    This course teaches how to create workbooks with Excel, create charts, manage multiple worksheets, and uses Excel functions and tables.

     

    Microsoft Word

    Microsoft Word

    This course teaches how to create documents in Word, format and organize text, working with graphics, tabs, and tables, and applying special text, paragraph and documents.

     

    Certification Review
    TaRonce Williams

    Certification Review

    This course assists students with preparation to take their national and/or state certification exam.

    Career Development
    TaRonce Williams

    Career Development

    This course introduces students to professional environments, job search and personal requirements for career success. Students will prepare resumes, learn interview and job search techniques.

    Externship

    Externship

    Students will perform clinical hours under the direct supervision of the Program Coordinator.

     

    Basic Nursing Services

    Basic Nursing Services

    This section teaches the about basic nursing services, gathering information, creating a home, assisting with nutrition and elimination and maintaining and improving skin integrity.

     

    Personal Care

    Personal Care

    This section teaches bed making and unit care, personal care, vital signs, personal injury prevention and protection, pain management, sleep and comfort and restorative activities.

     

    Mental Health and Social Service Needs

    Mental Health and Social Service Needs

    This section teaches diversity and human needs and development in the role of the family, work environments and resident populations and end of life.

     

    Resident's Rights and Promoting Resident's Rights

    Resident's Rights and Promoting Resident's Rights

    This section teaches how to understand people and identify the needs of the resident, understanding people’s rights and the nursing assistant’s role in ensuring the quality of life.

     


    Safety and Emergency Procedures

    Safety and Emergency Procedures

    This section teaches cardiopulmonary resuscitation, safety and body mechanics, emergency care, first aid and disasters, position, moving and lifting.

    Infection Control

    Infection Control

    This section teaches the prevention and control of infection, the aging process and disease management.

    Communication and Interpersonal Skills
    TaRonce Williams

    Communication and Interpersonal Skills

    This section teaches about the expectations of CNA’s, communication and documentation principles and procedures.

     

    Healthcare Provider CPR

    Healthcare Provider CPR

    Students will learn adult and child CPR.

     

    Lead EKG and Interpretations

    Lead EKG and Interpretations

    This course teaches how to interpret a 12-Lead EKG, myocardial infarction, electrical therapy, and critical thinking skills.

    Concepts in Electrophysiology

    Concepts in Electrophysiology

    This course teaches about interpreting a rhythm strip, rhythms originating in the sinus node, atria, AV Junction and ventricles.

    Introduction to Electrophysiology

    Introduction to Electrophysiology

    This course teaches about electrophysiology, lead morphology and             placement, aspects of the EKG, and calculating heart rate.

    Electronic Health Records
    Tierra Colbert

    Electronic Health Records

    This course teaches the execution of workflows, retrieving and storing patient information, and administrative tasks.

    Office Management
    Shauniki DavisFlorence RogersTaRonce Williams

    Office Management

    This course teaches the medical assistant as an office manager.


    Laboratory Procedures
    TaRonce Williams

    Laboratory Procedures

    This course teaches safety and regulatory guidelines in the medical laboratory, introduction to the medical laboratory, phlebotomy, venipuncture and capillary puncture, hematology, urinalysis, basic microbiology, and specialty laboratory tests.

    Examinations and Procedures
    TaRonce Williams

    Examinations and Procedures

    This course teaches specialty procedures in obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, male reproductive system, gerontology, and examinations and procedures of body systems. This course teaches assisting with office/ambulatory surgery, rehabilitation and therapeutic modalities, nutrition in health and disease, basic pharmacology, calculation of medication dosage and medication administration.

    Clinical Procedures
    Shauniki DavisFlorence RogersTaRonce Williams

    Clinical Procedures

    This course teaches infection control and medical asepsis, the patient history and documentation, vital signs and measurements, and the physical examination.

    Integrated Administrative Procedures
    Shauniki DavisFlorence RogersTaRonce Williams

    Integrated Administrative Procedures

    This course teaches creating the family environment, the ambulatory care setting, telecommunications, patient scheduling, medical records management, written communications and medical documents.

    Responsible Medical Practice
    Shauniki DavisFlorence RogersTaRonce Williams

    Responsible Medical Practice

    This course teaches legal and ethical considerations, HIPAA, and emergency procedures and first aid.


    Therapeutic Approach
    TaRonce Williams

    Therapeutic Approach

    This course teaches therapeutic communication skills, coping skills for the medical assistant, and the therapeutic approach to the patient with a life-threatening illness.

    Communication

    Communication

    This course teaches written, verbal, and nonverbal communications.

     

    Medical Ethics
    TaRonce Williams

    Medical Ethics

    This course teaches patient rights and responsibilities, ethical issues in patient care, and privacy standards governing healthcare practice.

    Anatomy and Physiology
    TaRonce Williams

    Anatomy and Physiology

    This course will identify the essential anatomical and physiological features of the body systems with an emphasis on the blood and cardiovascular, renal, digestive, and endocrine systems.

     

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations
    TaRonce Williams

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations

    This course is designed to acquaint the student with medical terminology. Students learn to construct words using medical roots, prefixes, and suffixes, as well as learn to pronounce and spell medical terminology.

    Introduction to Medical Assisting and Health Professions
    TaRonce Williams

    Introduction to Medical Assisting and Health Professions

    This course teaches the student about the history of medicine and an introduction to the profession of Medical Assisting.

     

    Externship

    Externship

    This course provided students with hands on training in a community and hospital pharmacy practice setting. Students will complete 200 hours of externship training under the direction of a Registered Pharmacist and Infinity College.
     

    Certification Review

    Certification Review

    This course assists students with preparation to take their national and/or state certification exam.


    Career Development

    Career Development

    This course introduces students to professional environments, job search and personal requirements for career success. Students will prepare resumes, learn interview and job search techniques.

    Keyboarding

    Keyboarding

    This course teaches the introduction to basic keyboarding and typing. This course teaches writing, verbal, and non-verbal communication.


    Healthcare Provider CPR

    Healthcare Provider CPR

    This course teaches about Adult and Child CPR


    Communication

    Communication

    This course teaches written, verbal, and nonverbal communications.

     

    Laboratory Simulations

    Laboratory Simulations

    This course is designed to provide hands on training using electronic simulations as well as simulations within the laboratory to prepare the student for externship.

     

    Infection Control

    Infection Control

    Course includes infection prevention and control practices, the chain of infection, standard and transmission-based precautions, barriers and use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and strategies for preventing the spread of infectious disease to healthcare workers and patients.

    Community and Hospital Pharmacy

    Community and Hospital Pharmacy

    This course is designed to introduce the student to community pharmacy operations, interpreting and processing prescriptions, third-party payments, merchandise handling and inventory, hospital pharmacy practice, infection control and preparing sterile IV’s, HIPPA regulations and pathogens in the pharmacy.

     

    Pharmacy Management Software

    Pharmacy Management Software

    This course is designed to facilitate the student’s mastery of computer skills needed to perform various pharmacy technician related responsibilities in community and hospital pharmacy practices. Students will also perform hands on and simulated activities where they will practice pharmacy technician skills to prepare for externship.

     

    Pharmacy Management and Operations

    Pharmacy Management and Operations

    This course introduces the pharmacy technician student to the operations of pharmacy. This course teaches organization of the hospital pharmacy, medication orders and medication of dispensing systems, sterile products, inventory control, automation, roles and duties of a pharmacy technician, and the policies and procedures manual and regulatory agencies. The course also teaches the prescription, organization of the retail pharmacy, and the professional characteristics of pharmacy technicians. Furthermore, the course teaches long-term care pharmacy services, home health care and home infusion pharmacy, hospice, ambulatory, mail-order, central fill and internet pharmacies

    Inventory Control and Management
    Florence RogersTaRonce Williams

    Inventory Control and Management

    This course teaches inventory control and management, ordering, receiving, stocking, expired stock, drug formulary, repackaging, and automated dispensing systems.

     

    Pharmacy Billing and Receiving
    Florence RogersTaRonce Williams

    Pharmacy Billing and Receiving

    This course introduces the student to the pharmacy reimbursement process by discussing healthcare plans, reimbursement systems, third-party payments, documentation, collections and claims processing.

     

     

    Extemporaneous Prescription, Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding
    Mikhyla CampbellCharvon OliverFlorence RogersTaRonce Williams

    Extemporaneous Prescription, Sterile and Non-Sterile Compounding

    This course teaches extemporaneous compounding, compounding of liquid, semisolid, and solid drugs as well as suppositories and parenteral products. This course also teaches parenteral preparations, types of asepsis, equipment and supplies, laminar airflow hoods, compounding of a parenteral and TPN product, preparing an IV Piggyback, large volume parenterals, preparation of IV admixtures, non-injecting products and compounding records, and policies and procedures for sterile product preparation. Students are introduced to medication and compliance, facilities and equipment, sterile and non-sterile compounding procedures, handling, packaging, storage and disposal.

     


    Mathematics and Calculations
    Mikhyla Campbell

    Mathematics and Calculations

    This course introduces the student to the basic math, algebra, and pharmaceutical calculations utilized in pharmacy practices.

    Anatomy and Physiology
    Mikhyla CampbellCynthia HerringCharvon Oliver

    Anatomy and Physiology

    This course teaches the integumentary, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, urinary, and digestive systems.

    Pharmacology

    Pharmacology

    This course teaches drug names and sources, dosage forms of drugs, and principles of drug administration.

    Nutrition and Drug Interactions
    Mikhyla CampbellCharvon Oliver

    Nutrition and Drug Interactions

    This course teaches pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, mechanism and causes of drug interaction, patient variables that affect drug interaction, and reducing the risk of drug interaction.

     


    Patient and Medication Safety
    Mikhyla CampbellDeshontae Mouton

    Patient and Medication Safety

    This course teaches occupational safety and health administration standards, regulations within the pharmacy, and universal precaution and employee responsibilities

     

    Immunology and Microbiology
    Deshontae MoutonCharvon Oliver

    Immunology and Microbiology

    This course teaches about infection, diseases of the various body systems, and about the various types of body systems.

     

    Drug Classification and Dosage Forms
    Mikhyla CampbellDeshontae MoutonCharvon OliverTaRonce Williams

    Drug Classification and Dosage Forms

    This course introduces the student to trade and generic drug names, dosage forms and routes of administration, pharmacologic classes and systems of measurement.

     

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations
    Katina ArvieMikhyla CampbellDeshontae MoutonTaRonce Williams

    Medical Terminology and Abbreviations

    This course teaches word parts, rules for forming and spelling medical terms, abbreviations, drug names and apothecary symbols.

     

    Medical Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians
    Mikhyla CampbellDeshontae Mouton

    Medical Ethics for Pharmacy Technicians

    This course teaches law and ethics in pharmacy, governing bodies, types of law and violations of the law, pharmacy law and regulation at the state and federal level, drug recall and standards, and the ethical foundation of pharmacy.

    Introduction to Pharmacy
    Mikhyla CampbellDeshontae Mouton

    Introduction to Pharmacy

    Students will be introduced to the practice of pharmacy, the history of pharmacy, pharmacy settings, ethics, patient care process, pharmacy technician requirements and opportunities for technicians.

     

    Oral Anatomy

    Oral Anatomy

    This course builds upon Anatomy and Physiology focusing on oral anatomy. Students learn the systems of the mouth and apply their knowledge in a simulation lab.

    Dental Communication

    Dental Communication

    This course is designed to introduce students to the dental terminology, concepts, and practices and the science of communication. Students learn the fundamentals of dental communication as well as how to apply it in real-life settings.

    Dental Sciences

    Dental Sciences

    This is a survey course in the principles of dental sciences. Students will learn the history of dentistry as well as the evolution the dental sciences. This course focuses on healthcare and dental information.

    Speech 101
    Kayla Jeswald

    Speech 101

    This course is designed as an introduction to the study of the human communication process with an emphasis on effective public communication. The course includes intensive practice in public speaking, reasoning, critical thinking, and critical listening. It is an essential general education course teaching effective use and understanding of written and spoken forms of communication.

    Principles of Management
    Anthony Nathal

    Principles of Management

    This is the introductory course in management. The course is designed to provide students an overview of the management function and its role in organizations and society.

    International Healthcare Sciences

    International Healthcare Sciences

    This course introduces learners to international healthcare delivery and highlights similarities and differences between delivery systems. . Specific topics include determining cash flows, international accounting, product costing, budgeting and other concepts of management accounting.

    Principles of Business Accounting I
    Sherica DavisAnthony Nathal

    Principles of Business Accounting I

    This course is an introduction to the preparation and analysis of business financial statements. Specific topics include the accounting model, general purpose financial statements and accounting for assets, liabilities, and equity.

    Healthcare Science Management

    Healthcare Science Management

    This course is designed to introduce students to the healthcare terminology, concepts, and practices and the science of management. Students learn the fundamentals of healthcare management as well as how to apply it in real-life settings.

    Organizational Behavior

    Organizational Behavior

    This course explores human behavior in organizations using psychology and sociology principles. The content discuss the implications of human behavior for business organizations. Issues pursued in this course include group dynamics, communications, motivation, leadership, and decision making as well as organizational design, culture, development and change. The discipline of Organizational Behavior is unique in its combined goals of seeking organizational success while advocating employee empowerment.

    Management Information Systems

    Management Information Systems

    This course focuses on the processing of information through computers and other intelligent devices. The knowledge acquired in this course provides a foundation for intelligently analyzing managerial decisions.

    Healthcare Informatics & Statistics

    Healthcare Informatics & Statistics

    This is a survey course in data analytics, informatics, and statistics. Students learn the necessary mathematical skills to properly analyze data and tell the story of what the data is telling them. This course focuses on healthcare data and provides students an opportunity to apply statistics to real-life healthcare data case studies. 

    Healthcare Marketing Principles

    Healthcare Marketing Principles

    This course is designed to introduce you to the basic principles of marketing touching on specific healthcare marketing techniques. It focuses on distribution, financing, marketing information systems, pricing, product/service management, promotions, and selling using common marketing practices we well as exploration of the industry.  

    Introduction to Psychology
    Anthony Nathal

    Introduction to Psychology

    This course presents the theories and principles of modern psychology. Students learn about the different branches of psychology and the practical application of psychological tenets to functional behavior.

    Anatomy and Physiology
    Jeffrey Kuhn

    Anatomy and Physiology

    This course in the introduction to anatomical and physiological features of the body systems. Students focus on multiple systems including blood, cardiovascular, renal, digestive, and endocrine.

    Communication 101
    Shauniki Davis

    Communication 101

    This course focuses on the principles of communication to include oral and written language. Students learn the significance of culture and other factors and how they relate to communication.  

    Human Resources Management
    Sherica DavisAnthony Nathal

    Human Resources Management

    This course is an introduction to the human resources field and its key elements. The course outlines the roles and functions of members of the human resources department, as well as educating others outside human resources, in how their roles include human resources-related activities.

    Electronic Healthcare Records
    Jeffrey Kuhn

    Electronic Healthcare Records

    This course focuses on the execution of workflows, retrieving patient information and types of electronic healthcare records systems. Students learn the basics of record keeping as well as their future legal requirements.

    English 101
    Kayla Jeswald

    English 101

    This introductory course explores the writing skills to include mechanics, effective writing, organization and essays. The course ends with a final paper where students demonstrate their newly acquired writing skills.  

    Math 101

    Math 101

    This course is a basic review of mathematical and quantitative skills, including terminology, checking accounts, taxes, payroll, step-by-step approaches. This assists in developing math skills used in personal and business applications.

    Healthcare Law & Ethics
    Sasha Nsafoah

    Healthcare Law & Ethics

    Healthcare legal structure is the foundation of its operations and much more. This course explores healthcare corporations, types of legal entities, and the relevance of each type. Students learn the introductory navigation within the healthcare industry. This course also provides the entry-level legal language of business. This course also discusses ethics in business.

    Introduction to Healthcare Management
    Sasha Nsafoah

    Introduction to Healthcare Management

    This course explores introductory information related to the US healthcare industry. Students learn about the intricacies of healthcare as well as the breadth of professions within the healthcare industry.

     Government 101

    Government 101

    This course provides an overview and exploration of the organization of American government, which includes an overview of the historical significance of the Constitution; the Bill of Rights; Congress; the Supreme Court; the Presidency; political parties and interest groups. This course is an introduction to political science.