Basic Medical Terminology
Instructor: I. Earl
Prerequisite: Age 18 and GED or high school diploma.
Learn new job skills, refresh or refine existing health care knowledge or improve performance by possessing a better understanding of medical terms. Focus is on the basic components of a medical term and how to break down a medical term by simply knowing the meaning of a prefix or suffix. By learning the individual parts of a medical term, you will not need to memorize hundreds of complex terms and their definitions. Required textbook must be purchased at the Hawk’s Hub (the college bookstore) prior to first class.
10 Thursdays May 21 – July 23 6-7:30 p.m.
CRN 50378 Outreach-Rm. 407 Tuition Fee $185
BHC Hawk’s Hub (bookstore) information
For a list of PaCE books, visit Quad-Cities Campus Hawk’s Hub. Select the current term. Select “Adult Ed” for the department and then select your course. Click “Add Course” and then “Get Course Materials” to see the book(s) for your course. Books may be purchased online or at the bookstore.