Vatterott College Online gives you the ability to earn your degree around your schedule. Vatterott’s web-based distance education program offers students the convenience of taking classes from the comfort of your home or office. All students receive 24/7 access to course materials, as well as online communication with instructors and other students through email and discussion boards.
While taking online classes at Vatterott, your computer is your classroom. The ability to discuss text book material, view online video content, participate in class lectures, share questions and opinions, turn unique ideas into creative assignments, and more, are available right at your fingertips! Programs in Business Management, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing & Coding, and many continuing education opportunities are just a click away.
The online program is based out of the Sunset Hills, MO campus located at 12900 Maurer Industrial Drive, St. Louis, MO 63127. For more information please call 1-888-800-9957.
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Business Management(Associate of Occupational Studies)
The objective of this program is to prepare the student for entry level employment in the field of business management. Graduates of this program will have a working knowledge of fundamental business principles, financial accountability, business ethics, organizational behavior, business law, marketing, retail management, and customer service.
The program consists of 70 weeks, 76.5 Quarter Credit hours of Business Management theory (including five business electives and 13.5 Quarter Credit Hours of General Education (including two general electives), totaling 90 Quarter Credit Hours.
Medical Assistant(Associate of Occupational Studies)
The objective of this program is to prepare the student for employment as an entry level Medical Assistant. Students graduating from this program will have the necessary skills to obtain employment in the medical field working in both administrative and clinical areas within the health care field.
Students may select either an on-ground or a blended version of study. In the on-ground version of the program, both theory and lab work are taught at the campus. In the blended version, theory is taught online and lab work is taught at the campus. In both options, a residential 160-hour externship is required at a medical facility.
The program consists of 70 weeks, 76.5 Quarter Credit hours of medical theory (including five medical electives and two general electives), 13.5 Quarter Credit Hours of General Education, totaling 90 Quarter Credit Hours.
Medical Billing & Coding(Associate of Occupational Studies)
The objective of this program is designed to prepare the student for entry-level employment as a Medical Biller/Coder performing administrative duties including Medical Billing and Coding within the health care field. Graduates from the Medical Billing/Coding program will have a working knowledge of administrative duties such as ICD-9 coding, hospital and insurance billing; a fundamental knowledge of medical terminology and healthcare delivery systems, an understanding of anatomy, physiology, and pathology/pharmacology, and a comprehensive knowledge of current procedural terminology.
The program consists of 70 weeks, 76.5 Quarter Credit hours of medical theory (including five medical electives and two general electives), and 13.5 Quarter Credit Hours of General Education, totaling 90 Quarter Credit Hours.
Students interested in online education should have a high degree of self-discipline, be committed to a significant amount of coursework, and know how to use the Internet as well as Microsoft Office. The institution reserves the right to deny acceptance to the online program due to a student’s lack of technological skill.
Medical Assistant Occupational Specialist(Diploma)
Students receive instruction from industry experienced experts in Medical Assistant courses from the Online Division. The Medical Assistant Diploma program provides classes in basic courses in speech, English, pharmacology anatomy and physiology and nutrition. The courses then focus on medical language, medical assistant skills and various medical assistant duties.
Students learn clinical duties, pharmacology, medical terminology instruction, drug administration, medical insurance billing, claims processing, and the handling of medical records. The Medical Assistant courses in St. Louis also include laboratory techniques and hands-on training courses in phlebotomy, pre-physical exam preparation, radiology procedures, physical therapy, electrocardiograms, clinical instruments, medical writing and transcription, medication mathematics and much more. Also, each student will complete further Medical Assistant training through an externship.
Basic Fire Alarm Installation(Continuing Education)
This course will teach students about locating and working with local codes and requirements and provide hands-on lab experience installing fire alarm equipment in a practical lab environment.
This course is a combination of legal and technological training in one of the most exciting and dynamic subjects in law today. The discovery of electronically stored information is rapidly evolving. Since almost all information is now created in electronic form, paralegals and attorneys are now scrambling to understand how their clients create and maintain their business records. Ranging from word documents and spreadsheets to email and text messages, vast amounts of potentially responsive electronic information is available. You do not need a technical background to take this course. However, you do need to be aware of the fact that electronic evidence plays a role in building and defending a case.
For a limited time students can enroll in our continuing education course for only $1,300.
Smart Phone Programming(Continuing Education)
Smart phones are everywhere. Our mobile lifestyles demand that we have information at our fingertips. This information should be accessible via functional and appealing user inter faces. This course introduces application development for smart phone operating systems. Learn how to begin building robust iPhone, iPad and Android applications using the iPhone SDK and Android SDK.
Your Role in the Green Environment(Continuing Education)
Vatterott College is proud to announce that we are now offering an online continuing education course titled “Your Role in the Green Environment." By completing this course students will earn portable, industry recognized credentials maintained within the NCCER’s National Registry that can be validated with contractors nationwide.
The construction industry is changing. In this new era, the green environment is an important consideration. As a construction craft worker, you must understand how your daily activities at work and at home affect the green environment. With this knowledge, you can make smart choices to reduce your impact. This self-paced continuing education program offered by Vatterott Educational Centers, Inc. will explain how the things you do each day can make a difference. You will learn to measure your carbon footprint and find ways to reduce it. You will also learn how the buildings you construct affect the green environment and how to apply the principles of a green building rating system.
Students successfully completing ”Your Role in the Green Environment” through an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor – such as Vatterott College - will earn industry-recognized credentials through the NCCER National Registry. For more information use the request information form below or contact us directly at 1-888-800-9957.
For a limited time students can enroll in our continuing education course for only $150. (Normally $350)