Administrative Professional in the Medical or Business Field

Computer Training for the Professional Office

The Administrative Professional Program provides computer training that gives you the opportunity to choose from a multitude of business industries. The diverse computer training will give the graduate real career choices by focusing on in-demand computer skills that employers are searching for in the Computerized Business Field or the Medical Fields.

The differences between the Business Office track and the Medical Office track
Business OfficeMedical Office
Microsoft Excel (Spreadsheet Management)
XX
Microsoft Word (Desktop Publishing)
XX
QuickBooks (Accounting)
XX
Intro to Information SystemsXX
Microsoft Access (Database Management)
X
Microsoft PowerPoint (Visual Presentations)
X
Web Design & DevelopmentX
Medical Billing And CollectionsX
Medical Health Care ResponsibilitiesX
The Medical Office ClinicalX
  • Business Field
  • This track will teach students how to create business presentations, business communications, and utilize advanced features of database management and web design. In addition, students are encouraged to take Microsoft Office Specialist certification exams to help with job placement. The school provides vouchers for relevant certification testing. Students may take these tests at the school at their convenience.
  • Medical Field
  • This track will teach foundations of assisting in the medical office to include clerical and basic clinical skills, medical records management, health insurance processing to include coding and billing, basic financial and office management, medical office information processing, along with CPR and First Aid certification. Students are qualified to take a computerized certification exam with AMT (available here at DCI). Upon completing the program and passing the AMT certification, our graduates will hold the title of Certified Medical Administrative Specialist (CMAS).