Microsoft (MOUS), Computerized Accounting and Medical Billing

CIP Code 51-0713 & 51-0714


The Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) portion of the program is designed to enable candidates to use all parts of Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook to handle day to day activity in office environments. The Computerized Accounting portion enables candidates to work basic computerized accounting programs such as QuickBooks. The third portion of this program Medical Billing enables the graduate to manually as well as electronically bill and code medical billing information.

Program Learning Outcomes:

Admission Requirements:

  • Minimum 18 years of age
  • Proof of graduation from a U.S. High School or equivalent as determined by appropriate accrediting agencies
  • Graduates from foreign schools require local evaluation
  • Official High School Transcript and have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.5 or above
  • Provide a current resume if applicable
  • Must possess knowledge of computers; must be able to use word processing programs
  • Complete a personal interview with the Job Developer

Clock Hours: 175


Registration Fee  

$ 150

Text Books


Tuition Fee


Total Program Cost

$ 4,945

Vocational Objectives:

This course has been designed to meet the increasing demand of office managers in clinics, physician's offices and hospitals. According to present job market analysis a large number of trained people are required in the medical field. The objective of this course is to provide efficient and well trained office workers in the healthcare field to satisfy the present day job market needs.

Job Prospect:

Microsoft Office is utilized in many parts of the healthcare field. Computerized accounting and medical billing and coding are a diversified branch in healthcare. It is being applied in the healthcare industry within insurance companies, clinics, physician offices, and hospitals.

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