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Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR)Building Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing
HVACR, refers to the climate control of residential and commercial buildings, and refrigeration systems that control humidity, temperature and the general comfort of the occupants.
Learn how to install, maintain, and repair residential and light commercial HVACR systems, with training in the electrical, electronic, and mechanical components.
Students learn basic electricity, piping and ductwork sizing and installation, air conditioning service and installation, furnace and boiler service and installation. They are taught to troubleshoot and diagnose malfunctions in the appliances.
Electronics and Computer TechnologyBuilding Systems, Construction, and Manufacturing
Computer support is a vital role at just about any company, big or small, as computers increasingly become an integral part of every aspect of a business: if an office’s computer system goes down, operations at the business will grind to a halt. As a result, the demand for skilled computer support professionals continues to grow.
You’ll learn the fundamentals of electronics and computer training in this certificate program, including the study of computer networking, hardware, software, fiber optics and wireless technology. This program is also available as an associate degree with additional training in advanced concepts.
Medical AssistingMedicine and Health Care
Medical assistants are often the first person someone sees when they step into the doctor’s office, working at the front desk where they greet patients, schedule appointments and filing a patient’s medical records. When they’re not handling traditional office duties, medical assistants perform a variety of medical tasks, which can include taking medical histories and recording vital signs, explaining procedures to patients, preparing patients for examinations and assisting physicians.
The objective of the Medical Assisting Science program is to prepare an individual to enter the medical field in the capacity of medical assistant, medical office manager or medical secretary. Other opportunities exist in the hospital setting as a patient care technician, ECG technician, stress test technician, phlebotomist, unit secretary, or ward clerk.
Ultrasound TechnologyMedicine and Health Care
Cardiovascular sonographers use specialized equipment to create internal images of the heart and vascular system through the use of sound waves, which bounce back and are translated into images by a computer.
They work with physicians to assist in the diagnosis and treatment a variety of cardiac and peripheral vascular ailments, care for testing equipment, explain test procedures, and analyze findings to identify problems. As a student in the cardiovascular sonography program, you will study in our specialized ultrasound labs and practice on the same equipment used by many employers in the area. You will learn to check the heart for subtle differences between healthy and diseased areas, determine if scanned images are satisfactory for diagnostic purposes, and record additional medical history.
Medical Billing and CodingHealthcare Administration
Medical billers and coders communicate between medical offices, patients, and insurance companies. They work with healthcare professionals to clarify diagnoses and assign a code to each diagnosis and procedure. This information is provided to insurance companies to help determine coverage and/or payment. If you are seeking a career in healthcare but would prefer to work in an administrative role, medical billing and coding is ideal.
Students in the Medical Billing and Coding Program at the HoHoKus Schools train using with some of the latest medical records technology used by healthcare organizations, insurance companies and the government. They may also transfer their credits to the Health Information Technology (HIT) associate degree program at Eastwick College, which continues the medical billing and coding concentration.
Health Information TechnologyHealthcare Administration
Health information technologists organize and evaluate these records to ensure they are complete and accurate. They also communicate with physicians and other healthcare professionals to clarify diagnoses or to obtain additional information regarding the patient.
As a student in the health information technology (HIT) concentration at Eastwick College, you will train with up-to-date medical records technology used by many healthcare organizations, insurance companies, and government. By working in Eastwick’s specialized hands-on learning environment, you can develop the confidence to be prepared for today’s challenging workplace.
Health ScienceHealthcare Administration
Health science covers a diverse number of medical careers. In fact, there are approximately 200 recognized health science professions in the nation, making up to 60% of the US healthcare workforce!
As a result, many patients interact with at least one health science professional when they visit their healthcare provider. As an health science student at Eastwick College, you will be trained in a specialized concentration, allowing you to provide specialized services to patients.
The objective of the AAS in Health Science program is to prepare an individual to enter the medical field in the capacity of medical assistant, medical office manager, or medical secretary. Other opportunities exist in the hospital setting as a patient care technician, EKG technician, stress test technician, phlebotomist, unit secretary, or ward clerk.
Business and HospitalityBusiness, Marketing, and Communication
Students in the business and hospitality degree at Eastwick College are prepared for a wide range of career fields in the business and hospitality sectors, such as administrative services management, accounting and auditing, and event planning.
As the market sees an influx of new organizations and existing companies continue to expand, the demand for trained professionals in business and finance is expected to rise.
With the right training, you can take advantage of these career opportunities. Our programs are the first step to a rewarding career in business, accounting, or hospitality management, with a curriculum that includes marketing, hotel sales, hotel operations, business law, human resource management, and accounting.
Business Operations and AccountingBusiness, Marketing, and Communication
In as little as three months, you could greatly expand your administrative career opportunities through the specialized Business Operations and Accounting program at Eastwick College.
By improving your computer literacy and becoming proficient in office productivity software such as the Microsoft Office Suite and QuickBooks, you increase your value in the job market and open the door to more rewarding administrative positions.
Employment of business and financial operations occupations is projected to grow 10 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 773,800 new jobs. Our business operations and accounting program can be the first step towards a rewarding career in these fields.
IT / Network SupportComputer, Information, and Technology
The demand for computer/network technicians continues to grow, not only in the corporate sector but also aerospace, marine, automotive, and industrial electronics.
You’ll learn the fundamentals of electronics and then move on to more advanced electronic and computer training, including the study of computer networking, hardware, software, fiber optics and wireless technology.