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Medical Office Preparation

Medical Office Preparation (MOP) is a hybrid learning class.  Hybrid learning means that students meet in class, face-to-face, with a teacher and other students part of the time – the rest of the course work is completed online via distance learning - outside of class, independently, or in a lab with some help from a tutor. 

Students in this class work toward meeting the following goals:

  • Identify a medical office career path
  • Strengthen academic reading/writing skills
  • Develop professional communication skills
  • Master basic medical terminology
  • Develop basic computer skills
  • Prepare for the Accuplacer college entrance exam
  • Complete steps to transition to college and work 

Students will prepare for entry-level office jobs and/or post-secondary education in the healthcare field. Students who complete this class typically continue on to other areas of study including health unit coordinator or medical billing and coding.


TABE "D" Reading test (6.0-12.5)

TABE "D" Math (5.0-12.5)

Ability to pass a background test

Class Outcomes:

To receive a Medical Office Certificate of Completion from the Hubbs Center, students must:

1) attend 80% of classes

2) complete all assigned work 

3) achieve 80% on all online quizzes

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