OZARK, Ark.—Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus has received authorization from the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board to add five Certificate of Proficiency programs to its curriculum effective immediately.
Certificate of Proficiency programs in medical billing, logistics management and mobile applications will each require a student to complete 12 credit hours in order to earn the credential. Fifteen credit hours will be required for successful candidates seeking a Certificate of Proficiency in medical coding or in phlebotomy.
All five of the latest Certificate of Proficiency programs at ATU-Ozark are designed to lead into more advanced credentials through Arkansas Tech University. Certificate of Proficiency graduates are eligible to continue on through Technical Certificate, Associate of Applied Science and Bachelor of Applied Science degree programs as a result of ATU’s stackable degrees approach.
Visit www.atu.edu/ozark to learn more about academic opportunities at ATU-Ozark.