• Emergency Medical Sciences EMT

    This course, offered each fall and spring semester on the Harrison County Campus, is a single, 8-credit course that prepares individuals to function in the pre-hospital environment.

  • Emergency Medical Sciences Paramedic

    This program is designed to prepare qualified* Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) to become professional healthcare providers at the Paramedic level. Paramedic students successfully completing the program are eligible to write the National Registry Examination for Paramedic.

  • Health Information Technology: Billing and Coding

    The Health Information Technology (HIT) program is a 2-year technical program leading to an associate degree that prepares the individual to work as a technical specialist in Health Record Systems. Health Information Technology combines a profession in health care with information technology. Health Information technicians maintain, collect, and analyze data crucial to the delivery of quality patient care.

  • Medical Assisting Technology

    Medical Assisting is a multi-skilled allied health profession whose practitioners work primarily in ambulatory settings such as medical offices and clinics. Medical assistants function as members of the health-care delivery team and perform many administrative and clinical procedures. Program Duration: 12 months

  • Medical Laboratory Technology

    The Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT) program prepares individuals to work in a medical laboratory under the supervision of a medical laboratory scientist or pathologist and/or other physicians. Students learn how to draw blood and perform lab tests like blood count, blood typing, microbacteria cultures, and urinalysis.

  • Occupational Therapy Assistant

    The Occupational Therapy Assistant curriculum is a two-year program of study that prepares an individual to work under the direction of a certified Occupational Therapist to administer treatment pertinent to restorative, preventive, and maintenance programs.

  • Physical Therapist Assistant

    The Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program is a 2-year program of study that prepares students to perform physical therapy interventions under the supervision of a physical therapist. PTA’s can practice in hospitals, outpatient clinics, rehabilitation centers, extended care facilities, home health agencies and other health care settings.

  • Public Health Technology/Navigator

    The Public Health Technology/Navigator Concentration program offered at MGCCC is composed of 60 stackable credit hours that lead to an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree. Individuals interested in a specialized area of the public health technology healthcare field are able to focus their studies in one of three concentrations:

    • Public Health Technology/Navigator
    • Dietary/Nutritional Navigator
    • Personal/Family Services Navigator
  • Radiologic Technology (Radiography)

    Radiographers perform imaging examinations and accompanying responsibilities at the request of physicians qualified to prescribe and/or perform radiologic procedures. Graduates of this program will be awarded an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Radiologic Technology and are eligible to make application to the American Registry of Radiologic Technology in order to become a Registered Radiographer.

  • Respiratory Care Technology

    Study the treatment of cardiac and pulmonary disease in the new Respiratory Care Technology program at MGCCC. You’ll receive hands-on training in our simulated patient care areas using current Respiratory Care devices on interactive mannequins. You’ll also receive required clinical experience in local healthcare facilities. With an Associate Degree of Science in Respiratory Care technology, you will be ready to take qualifying certification exams.

  • Surgical Technology

    This one-year intensive program offers clinical, hands-on experience for students to become certified Surgical Technologists. After earning your certification, you’ll be ready to join a surgical team and assist physicians, anesthesiologists, and registered nurses in the operating room.