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Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Information Technology W/ an Emphasis in Computer & Networking Techn


Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Information Technology W/ an Emphasis in Computer & Networking Techn
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Information Technology W/ an Emphasis in Computer & Networking Technology 11,0103 Information Technology The Pioneer Pacific College Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program provides an intermediate foundation in programming and computing systems upon which a student can enhance their skill set and broaden their career path within this expanding field. Building upon the foundations learned in the Computer and Networking Technology Associate of Applied Science program, the Bachelor of Science program is designed to provide students with a leading-edge range of in-demand skills, such as cloud computing, virtualization, mobile application development, and many others. Students will be guided through designing and implementing effective Active Directory-based network designs, software-based IP telephony systems, and production virtualized client/server environments. Students are provided with knowledge of many necessary programming languages as well as the ability to create applications for mobile operating system platforms. Students will also learn information management using the most common tools available. Completion of this degree program will prepare graduates to broaden and enhance their ability to compete for jobs, and enjoy a career in the field of Information Technology. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Legal Assistant/Paralegal 22,0302 Legal Assistant/Paralegal The Associateís degree program in paralegal studies is designed to prepare students to enter the rapidly expanding and exciting legal field as a legal assistant/paralegal. The curriculum emphasizes the learning of practical skills and knowledge utilized in common legal specialties and is taught by legal professionals. Students will be qualified to meet the rigorous demands and expectations of the legal community. Students should be aware that some employers may require psychological and drug screens. A criminal history may adversely affect employment in the field. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Medical Assisting 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator, and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in the laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on an externship site, where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the medical assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions Officer. Diploma
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Medical Assisting 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in a laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on an externship site where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. In addition to the above, the AAS degree program provides an additional emphasis on computer skills. A full range of clinical competencies is enhanced by more advanced computers skills, enabling the graduate to seek employment as an administrative office manager, unit secretary, insurance claims analyst, or as a supervisory medical office assistant. The advent of computerized record keeping has enabled many medical facilities to function in a paper-free environment. Medical assistants with computer skills are highly valued members of the healthcare team. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the Medical Assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions Officer. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Medical Assisting W/ Limited X-Ray 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry-level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator, and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in a laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. Students are introduced to the field of limited X-Ray typical in clinical settings. Students gain knowledge and X-Ray skills regarding the head, spine, chest, upper and lower extremities, and feet. Acquired skills are demonstrated using an on-site energized X-Ray lab. Safety measures, positioning techniques, and film assessment will be covered. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on a Medical Assisting externship site, where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the Medical Assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions officer. Licensure is required in order to become an X-Ray Technician in Oregon and many other states. Graduates of limited X-Ray are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologistís (ARRT) Limited Scope exam in order to obtain limited licensing through the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI). Applicants are encouraged to contact the OBMI if they have been convicted of or plead guilty to a felony or misdemeanor in order to see how this may affect their eligibility for licensing. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass a drug screen in order to become employed in the field. Diploma
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Medical Assisting W/ Limited X-Ray 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry-level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator, and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in a laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. Students are introduced to the field of limited X-Ray typical in clinical settings. Students gain knowledge and X-Ray skills regarding the head, spine, chest, upper and lower extremities, and feet. Acquired skills are demonstrated using an on-site, energized X-Ray lab. Safety measures, positioning techniques, and film assessment will be covered. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on a Medical Assisting externship site, where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. In addition to the above, the AAS degree program provides an additional emphasis on computer skills. A full range of clinical competencies is enhanced by more advanced computer skills, enabling the graduate to seek employment as an administrative office manager, unit secretary, insurance claims analyst, or as a supervisory medical office assistant. The advent of computerized record keeping has enabled many medical facilities to function in a paper-free environment. Medical assistants with computer skills are highly valued members of the healthcare team. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the Medical Assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions Officer. Licensure is required in order to become an X-Ray Technician in Oregon and many other states. Graduates of limited X-Ray are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologistís (ARRT) Limited Scope exam in order to obtain limited licensing through the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI). Applicants are encouraged to contact the OBMI if they have been convicted of or plead guilty to a felony or misdemeanor in order to see how this may affect their eligibility for licensing. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass a drug screen in order to become employed in the field. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Practical Nursing 51,3901 Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training The Practical Nursing program at Pioneer Pacific College prepares graduates to be career health team members within the discipline of nursing in a variety of structured healthcare settings. After successful program completion, graduates will be eligible to apply to the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN) to sit for The National Council Licensure Examination, or NCLEX-PN. Once licensed, the graduate may be employed as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). The student will gain practical, hands-on experience during the clinical phases of the nursing program. This is done in interdisciplinary settings of hospitals, long-term care, and other community health facilities under the supervision of qualified nursing faculty. Licensure is required in order to become a Licensed Practical Nurse in Oregon and other states. Applicants are encouraged to contact the nursing board in their state if they have been arrested, plead guilty to or convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in order to see how this may affect their eligibility for licensing. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass a drug screen in order to become employed in the field. Students should be aware that the courses in this program require not only clock hours in the classroom but also additional out-of-class learning activities that support the learning objectives. DiplomaVERA
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Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County	Information Technology W/ an Emphasis in Computer & Networking Techn

Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Computer and Networking Technology 11,0901 Computer Systems Network
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Computer and Networking Technology 11,0901 Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications The Pioneer Pacific College Computer and Networking Technology program provides a strong conceptual foundation in computer systems and networks for those seeking a career as an Information Technology professional. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills needed to succeed in a wide range of IT disciplines, including network administration and design, computer system diagnostics and user support, and database administration. Students will be introduced to the essentials of computer and network systems, using best practices in installation and maintenance procedures, using industry-standard desktop and server operating systems. The theory and design of networks are examined, providing students with a sound understanding of the interaction between network hardware, software, and protocols. Hands-on experience within specific subjects such as routing and switching, wireless networks, and server administration will provide practical application to support critical theory and concepts. Certification preparation will be emphasized and encouraged throughout the program. Completion of this degree program will prepare graduates for an ever-challenging career in the world of Information Technology. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Criminal Justice 43,0107 Criminal Justice/Police Science This program provides the academic preparation to pursue a broad spectrum of criminal justice careers including law enforcement at the local, county, state and federal level; courts, corrections, parole and probation, immigration and naturalization, customs, workplace security, and private investigators. Students should be aware that some employers may require criminal background checks, psychological evaluations, physical examinations and drug screens. Contact the admissions department for more information. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Criminal Justice 43,0103 Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration The Bachelorís Degree Program in Criminal Justice builds academically on the Associate of Applied Science program, with an emphasis on leadership and management, criminological theory and technical skills. These skills prepare the student with essential knowledge for potential promotion and higher levels of certifications in both public and private sector employment areas of criminal justice. Students should be aware that some employers may require criminal background checks, psychological evaluation, physical examinations and drug screens. Contact the admissions department for more information. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Healthcare Administration 51,0701 Health/Health Care Administration/Management The Bachelorís degree in Healthcare Administration combines a solid foundation in medical administration with a thorough understanding of computer applications, solid groundwork in accounting, human resources and organization management. This program is designed to prepare the student for rewarding healthcare careers in hospitals, long-term care facilities, medical practice organizations, health maintenance organizations (HMOís), health insurance companies, consulting firms and various other organizations that support the healthcare profession. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the application of management principles to the healthcare environment and be prepared for entry to mid-level management positions. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Healthcare Administration 51,0701 Health/Health Care Administration/Management The Healthcare Administration program combines a foundation in medical administration with a thorough understanding of computer applications, solid groundwork in accounting and courses in human resource and organization management. This combination is designed to prepare the student for administration careers in the healthcare industry. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the application of management principles to the healthcare environment and be prepared for entry level administrative positions. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Human Resources Management with an Emphasis in Accounting 52,1001 Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General The bachelorís degree in Human Resources provides practical skills, knowledge, and understanding of human resource functions in private and public sector organizational settings. Students work in team-oriented environments and will demonstrate proficiencies through real world simulations, giving them the ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate complex business situations affecting both management and personnel. Upon completion of their program, they will be able to apply the core management functions of human resource planning; recruitment, selection, placement, and orientation of employees; training and career development; labor relations; management of performance appraisal, compensation, and benefit programs; and development of personnel policies and procedures. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Human Resources Management with an Emphasis in Administration 52,1001 Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General The bachelorís degree in Human Resources provides practical skills, knowledge, and understanding of human resource functions in private and public sector organizational settings. Students work in team-oriented environments and will demonstrate proficiencies through real world simulations, giving them the ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate complex business situations affecting both management and personnel. Upon completion of their program, they will be able to apply the core management functions of human resource planning; recruitment, selection, placement, and orientation of employees; training and career development; labor relations; management of performance appraisal, compensation, and benefit programs; and development of personnel policies and procedures. Bachelors DegreeVERA
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Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Medical Assisting W/ Limited X-Ray 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assi
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Medical Assisting W/ Limited X-Ray 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry-level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator, and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in a laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. Students are introduced to the field of limited X-Ray typical in clinical settings. Students gain knowledge and X-Ray skills regarding the head, spine, chest, upper and lower extremities, and feet. Acquired skills are demonstrated using an on-site, energized X-Ray lab. Safety measures, positioning techniques, and film assessment will be covered. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on a Medical Assisting externship site, where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. In addition to the above, the AAS degree program provides an additional emphasis on computer skills. A full range of clinical competencies is enhanced by more advanced computer skills, enabling the graduate to seek employment as an administrative office manager, unit secretary, insurance claims analyst, or as a supervisory medical office assistant. The advent of computerized record keeping has enabled many medical facilities to function in a paper-free environment. Medical assistants with computer skills are highly valued members of the healthcare team. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the Medical Assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions Officer. Licensure is required in order to become an X-Ray Technician in Oregon and many other states. Graduates of limited X-Ray are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologistís (ARRT) Limited Scope exam in order to obtain limited licensing through the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI). Applicants are encouraged to contact the OBMI if they have been convicted of or plead guilty to a felony or misdemeanor in order to see how this may affect their eligibility for licensing. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass a drug screen in order to become employed in the field. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Practical Nursing 51,3901 Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training The Practical Nursing program at Pioneer Pacific College prepares graduates to be career health team members within the discipline of nursing in a variety of structured healthcare settings. After successful program completion, graduates will be eligible to apply to the Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN) to sit for The National Council Licensure Examination, or NCLEX-PN. Once licensed, the graduate may be employed as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). The student will gain practical, hands-on experience during the clinical phases of the nursing program. This is done in interdisciplinary settings of hospitals, long-term care, and other community health facilities under the supervision of qualified nursing faculty. Licensure is required in order to become a Licensed Practical Nurse in Oregon and other states. Applicants are encouraged to contact the nursing board in their state if they have been arrested, plead guilty to or convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in order to see how this may affect their eligibility for licensing. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass a drug screen in order to become employed in the field. Students should be aware that the courses in this program require not only clock hours in the classroom but also additional out-of-class learning activities that support the learning objectives. Diploma
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Radiologic Technology 51,0911 Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer This program prepares students to practice as proficient, multi-skilled professionals in a culturally diverse healthcare setting; to demonstrate outcomes required by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and program guidelines; and to apply for and successfully complete ARRT certification examination and possess the qualifications of an entry-level radiographer. The program emphasizes a combination of didactic and clinical instruction necessary for successful employment. Upon successful completion of the Radiologic Technology program, the graduate will have a combined knowledge of the principles of radiation protection, radiographic procedures, image production and evaluation, equipment maintenance and operation, patient care and management, clinical radiography, and current trends in radiologic technology. Graduates who meet the requirements for certification are eligible to sit for the national registry examination administered by the ARRT. A passing score on this examination results in the granting of a certificate of registration allowing the privilege of using the title ďRegistered TechnologistĒ and the abbreviation R.T.(R) following the graduateís name. These credentials are recognized nationally by the American Medical Association. Graduates must hold an R.T.(R) certificate in order to apply for Radiography licensure with the State of Oregon Board of Medical Imaging. The Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science program is designed to meet the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology educational standards. Students should be aware that any criminal background, including misdemeanors, may disqualify a student from licensure in the State of Oregon. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Business - Accounting 52,0301 Accounting The Accounting major integrates a broad background in business administration with a thorough understanding of accounting concepts and theory and hands-on training in computerized accounting. The program prepares students for accounting, bookkeeping, and general administrative positions in private, public, and not-for-profit agencies. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Business - Administration 52,0201 Business Administration and Management, General The Administration major combines a thorough understanding of computer applications with a solid foundation in accounting and courses in human resources and organizational management. This program prepares students to be strong individual producers across a broad spectrum of administrative activities and to guide and motivate group efforts toward achieving the organizationís desired goals. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Business Management with an Emphasis in Accounting 52,0201 Business Administration and Management, General This program prepares students to be ethical, self-confident, knowledgeable, flexible, and technologically prepared business professionals that are able to perform effectively and efficiently in a diverse environment that is constantly changing. By helping students develop their personal and professional skills, they will be able to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate complex business situations. Students work in team-oriented environments and professionally research, analyze, present and communicate their work in oral and written format. Upon completion of their program, they will be able to apply the core management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling to achieve an organizationís desired goals. Students satisfactorily completing the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administration or Business Accounting are eligible for the Bachelor of Science in Business Management with an Emphasis in Administration or Accounting program. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Springfield - Lane County Business Management with an Emphasis in Administration 52,0201 Business Administration and Management, General This program prepares students to be ethical, self-confident, knowledgeable, flexible, and technologically prepared business professionals that are able to perform effectively and efficiently in a diverse environment that is constantly changing. By helping students develop their personal and professional skills, they will be able to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate complex business situations. Students work in team-oriented environments and professionally research, analyze, present and communicate their work in oral and written format. Upon completion of their program, they will be able to apply the core management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling to achieve an organizationís desired goals. Students satisfactorily completing the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administration or Business Accounting are eligible for the Bachelor of Science in Business Management with an emphasis in Administration or Accounting program. Bachelors DegreeVERA
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Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Human Resources Management with an Emphasis in Administration 52
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Human Resources Management with an Emphasis in Administration 52,1001 Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General The bachelorís degree in Human Resources provides practical skills, knowledge, and understanding of human resource functions in private and public sector organizational settings. Students work in team-oriented environments and will demonstrate proficiencies through real world simulations, giving them the ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate complex business situations affecting both management and personnel. Upon completion of their program, they will be able to apply the core management functions of human resource planning; recruitment, selection, placement, and orientation of employees; training and career development; labor relations; management of performance appraisal, compensation, and benefit programs; and development of personnel policies and procedures. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Information Technology W/ an Emphasis in Computer & Networking Technology 11,0103 Information Technology The Pioneer Pacific College Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program provides an intermediate foundation in programming and computing systems upon which a student can enhance their skill set and broaden their career path within this expanding field. Building upon the foundations learned in the Computer and Networking Technology Associate of Applied Science program, the Bachelor of Science program is designed to provide students with a leading-edge range of in-demand skills, such as cloud computing, virtualization, mobile application development, and many others. Students will be guided through designing and implementing effective Active Directory-based network designs, software-based IP telephony systems, and production virtualized client/server environments. Students are provided with knowledge of many necessary programming languages as well as the ability to create applications for mobile operating system platforms. Students will also learn information management using the most common tools available. Completion of this degree program will prepare graduates to broaden and enhance their ability to compete for jobs, and enjoy a career in the field of Information Technology. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Legal Assistant/Paralegal 22,0302 Legal Assistant/Paralegal The Associateís degree program in paralegal studies is designed to prepare students to enter the rapidly expanding and exciting legal field as a legal assistant/paralegal. The curriculum emphasizes the learning of practical skills and knowledge utilized in common legal specialties and is taught by legal professionals. Students will be qualified to meet the rigorous demands and expectations of the legal community. Students should be aware that some employers may require psychological and drug screens. A criminal history may adversely affect employment in the field. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Legal Studies 22,0302 Legal Assistant/Paralegal This Baccalaureate Degree Program in Legal Studies builds academically on the Associate of Applied Science Legal Assistant/Paralegal program, with an emphasis on areas of substantive law and management. These skills will prepare the student with essential knowledge for potential positions within legal agencies and law offices, in both public and private sector employment areas of the legal system. Students should be aware that some employers may require psychological and drug screens. A criminal history may adversely affect employment in the field. Students satisfactorily completing the Associate of Applied Science Legal Assistant/Paralegal are eligible for admission to the Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies program. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Medical Assisting 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator, and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in the laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on an externship site, where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the medical assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions Officer. Diploma
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Medical Assisting 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in a laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on an externship site where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. In addition to the above, the AAS degree program provides an additional emphasis on computer skills. A full range of clinical competencies is enhanced by more advanced computers skills, enabling the graduate to seek employment as an administrative office manager, unit secretary, insurance claims analyst, or as a supervisory medical office assistant. The advent of computerized record keeping has enabled many medical facilities to function in a paper-free environment. Medical assistants with computer skills are highly valued members of the healthcare team. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the Medical Assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions Officer. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Medical Assisting W/ Limited X-Ray 51,0801 Medical/Clinical Assistant The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare the graduate for an entry-level position in a physicianís office or medical clinic. The program emphasizes the development of clinical skills to train students for positions such as medical assistant, medical receptionist, health plan coordinator, and medical insurance customer service representative. Students learn not only in the classroom, but also in a laboratory which simulates the facilities, equipment, and records found in both the clinical and administrative areas of ambulatory care centers. Students are introduced to the field of limited X-Ray typical in clinical settings. Students gain knowledge and X-Ray skills regarding the head, spine, chest, upper and lower extremities, and feet. Acquired skills are demonstrated using an on-site energized X-Ray lab. Safety measures, positioning techniques, and film assessment will be covered. In addition to classroom and lab instruction, students spend the last 180 hours of their program on a Medical Assisting externship site, where, under supervision, they experience firsthand the working environment they are preparing to enter. Graduates are eligible to take the American Medical Technologist (AMT) exam for Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). In addition, graduates are eligible to take the National Certified Medical Assisting (NCMA) exam given through the National Centers for Competency Testing (NCCT). Individuals who have been found guilty of or plead guilty to a felony may not be eligible to sit for the RMA or NCMA certification. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass drug screens in order to become employed in the Medical Assisting field. Certain vaccines may be required for externship and employment. Applicants to the program are encouraged to discuss any health issues with an Admissions officer. Licensure is required in order to become an X-Ray Technician in Oregon and many other states. Graduates of limited X-Ray are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologistís (ARRT) Limited Scope exam in order to obtain limited licensing through the Oregon Board of Medical Imaging (OBMI). Applicants are encouraged to contact the OBMI if they have been convicted of or plead guilty to a felony or misdemeanor in order to see how this may affect their eligibility for licensing. Students will be required to pass a criminal background check and may be required to pass a drug screen in order to become employed in the field. DiplomaVERA
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Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Business Management with an Emphasis in Administration 52,0201 B
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Business Management with an Emphasis in Administration 52,0201 Business Administration and Management, General This program prepares students to be ethical, self-confident, knowledgeable, flexible, and technologically prepared business professionals that are able to perform effectively and efficiently in a diverse environment that is constantly changing. By helping students develop their personal and professional skills, they will be able to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate complex business situations. Students work in team-oriented environments and professionally research, analyze, present and communicate their work in oral and written format. Upon completion of their program, they will be able to apply the core management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling to achieve an organizationís desired goals. Students satisfactorily completing the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business Administration or Business Accounting are eligible for the Bachelor of Science in Business Management with an emphasis in Administration or Accounting program. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Computer and Networking Technology 11,0901 Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications The Pioneer Pacific College Computer and Networking Technology program provides a strong conceptual foundation in computer systems and networks for those seeking a career as an Information Technology professional. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills needed to succeed in a wide range of IT disciplines, including network administration and design, computer system diagnostics and user support, and database administration. Students will be introduced to the essentials of computer and network systems, using best practices in installation and maintenance procedures, using industry-standard desktop and server operating systems. The theory and design of networks are examined, providing students with a sound understanding of the interaction between network hardware, software, and protocols. Hands-on experience within specific subjects such as routing and switching, wireless networks, and server administration will provide practical application to support critical theory and concepts. Certification preparation will be emphasized and encouraged throughout the program. Completion of this degree program will prepare graduates for an ever-challenging career in the world of Information Technology. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Criminal Justice 43,0107 Criminal Justice/Police Science This program provides the academic preparation to pursue a broad spectrum of criminal justice careers including law enforcement at the local, county, state and federal level; courts, corrections, parole and probation, immigration and naturalization, customs, workplace security, and private investigators. Students should be aware that some employers may require criminal background checks, psychological evaluations, physical examinations and drug screens. Contact the admissions department for more information. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Criminal Justice 43,0103 Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration The Bachelorís Degree Program in Criminal Justice builds academically on the Associate of Applied Science program, with an emphasis on leadership and management, criminological theory and technical skills. These skills prepare the student with essential knowledge for potential promotion and higher levels of certifications in both public and private sector employment areas of criminal justice. Students should be aware that some employers may require criminal background checks, psychological evaluation, physical examinations and drug screens. Contact the admissions department for more information. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Healthcare Administration 51,0701 Health/Health Care Administration/Management The Bachelorís degree in Healthcare Administration combines a solid foundation in medical administration with a thorough understanding of computer applications, solid groundwork in accounting, human resources and organization management. This program is designed to prepare the student for rewarding healthcare careers in hospitals, long-term care facilities, medical practice organizations, health maintenance organizations (HMOís), health insurance companies, consulting firms and various other organizations that support the healthcare profession. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the application of management principles to the healthcare environment and be prepared for entry to mid-level management positions. Bachelors Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Healthcare Administration 51,0701 Health/Health Care Administration/Management The Healthcare Administration program combines a foundation in medical administration with a thorough understanding of computer applications, solid groundwork in accounting and courses in human resource and organization management. This combination is designed to prepare the student for administration careers in the healthcare industry. Students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the application of management principles to the healthcare environment and be prepared for entry level administrative positions. Associates Degree
Pioneer Pacific Colleges, Beaverton - Washington County Human Resources Management with an Emphasis in Accounting 52,1001 Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General The bachelorís degree in Human Resources provides practical skills, knowledge, and understanding of human resource functions in private and public sector organizational settings. Students work in team-oriented environments and will demonstrate proficiencies through real world simulations, giving them the ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate complex business situations affecting both management and personnel. Upon completion of their program, they will be able to apply the core management functions of human resource planning; recruitment, selection, placement, and orientation of employees; training and career development; labor relations; management of performance appraisal, compensation, and benefit programs; and development of personnel policies and procedures. Bachelors DegreeVERA
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