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Associate of Arts in Criminal JusticeLegal, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Services
Keiser University’s Associate of Arts degree in Criminal Justice presents the major components of the American criminal justice system. It includes criminal behavior patterns, law enforcement organizations, juvenile systems, legal principles and doctrines and fundamentals of criminal investigations. Courses utilize hands-on activities.
The following objectives are designed to meet Keiser University’s mission and its objectives:
- To develop students’ understanding of the American criminal justice system.
- To present students with an in-depth review of institutions, laws, theories and the players that make up the system.
- To assist graduates in obtaining entry-level criminal justice positions.
- To prepared students for employment or advancement in criminal justice related fields.
Associate of Science in Medical Adminstrative Billing and CodingMedical Administration
Medical Billing and Coding professionals play an essential role in the health care industry. If you are interested in a health care career and would prefer not to work directly with patients, Keiser University can help with our Associate of Science in Medical Administrative Billing and Coding.
Degree Levels Available: Associate of Science
Associate of Science in Medical AssistingMedicine and Health Care
Keiser University’s Associate of Science degree in Medical Assisting Science prepares students to perform various clinical duties including taking patient histories, measuring vital signs, assisting physicians with examinations, giving injections as directed by the physician, venipuncture, performing CLIA waived laboratory tests, and performing electrocardiograms (ECG).
In addition, students will learn clerical and administrative tasks such as scheduling appointments, maintaining patient records, and preparing insurance claims.
The following objectives are designed to meet Keiser University’s mission and its goals:
- Develop a student’s ability to perform various clinical, clerical, & administrative duties;
- Prepare students with the professional skills needed for employment in Medical Assisting;
- Prepare students to take the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) credentialing examination given by American Medical Technologists (AMT).
Any Certificate or Diploma program that KU offers now or in the future are considered Gainful Employment Programs. While the non-profit status exempts them for disclosures related to Associates, Bachelors, Masters and PhD programs, any Certificate or Diploma programs are captured by the gainful employment rule.