The intent of the program is to match college educational resources to community needs in the most convenient, accessible and affordable manner. The program strives to cover areas such as leisure learning, personal growth, and acquisition or expansion of various skills. These classes are usually not offered for college credit (non-credit) and are typically presented as workshops, seminars, and short courses.
For more information contact the Community Education Office at 417-455-5418 or e-mail to
ICD-10 Training This program is intended for current Medical Coding Professionals. Knowledge of health record content review, coding process, human anatomy and physiology as well as pathophysiology and pharmacology is required.