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At Sanford Brown College we offer exciting business administration programs, as well as several other programs taught by working professionals that can provide you with the skills you need for career advancement. Unlike other business schools in Wisconsin, classrooms and labs are equipped with industry-current technology so that you may learn new skills applicable for real-world situations. Personal attention is Sanford Brown College – Milwaukee's policy, and course content in all our programs, including our business administration programs is reviewed and updated regularly by our advisory board to reflect industry trends.

After preparing students for seamless integration into the work environment, our career services staff at Sanford Brown College will assist in identifying employment options.

Our graduates, from one of best business schools in Wisconsin, should leave with highly marketable skills and the combined advantages of hands-on training, business savvy, and creative and technical skills necessary for today's competitive job market.

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Programs

Associate of Applied Science

Business Administration

Associate of Applied Science Degree
Program Objective: The objective of this program is to provide students with the appropriate general education, didactic theory, and hands-on-skills required to begin a career in accounting, business management, or sales and marketing. The purpose of the program is to provide the student with a broad base of knowledge and the specific skills necessary to work in a variety of business settings. Students are required to complete General Education, Professional Development, Business Core and Concentration.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Occupational Associates Degree
As the healthcare field continues to grow, so does the need for healthcare professionals able to perform diagnostic ultrasounds. Earn your Associate of Applied Science Degree at Sanford-Brown College - Milwaukee, offering a Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program. In addition to hands-on training and a solid curriculum, students can learn to administer diagnostic quality ultrasound examinations on various part of the body. In addition to coursework, students will participate in off-campus clinicals to provide full-time experience in competencies, logs and evaluations. Graduates should be able to fully understand organ systems and the sonographic patterns of organs, as well as provide accurate information to interpreting physicians. Sanford-Brown can prepare you for a rewarding Sonography career. Ready to get started? Apply now!

Medical Assistant

The Medical Assistant program at Sanford-Brown College-Milwaukee (SBC) is designed to prepare students to assist medical providers by performing administrative duties and basic clinical duties in an office and/or medical center. The Medical Assistant curriculum covers a variety of subjects, including medical practice, medical law and ethics, medical communications, medical records, insurance, patient preparation, and basic laboratory procedures and tests. The courses are grouped around knowledge and skills required for administrative and clinical medical assisting; however, courses are not necessarily offered in the sequences in which they appear in the catalog. Also, students will typically, but not always, be taught by more than one instructor during their program of study. Students are required to complete a supervised clinical externship at a medical facility that includes competencies, logs and evaluations completed by the student. At the completion of the program, graduates who have diligently attended class and their externship, studied, and practiced their skills should have the necessary skills to seek entry-level employment as medical assistants.

The Medical Assistant program at SBC is not programmatically accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) or the Commission on Accreditation for Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Therefore, graduates of the program are not eligible to take the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) examinations offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). Graduates are able to take the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) examination offered by American Medical Technologists (AMT). These credentials are nationally recognized voluntary certifications that could enhance employment opportunities. Registration and certification requirements for taking and passing these examinations are not controlled by SBC but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agency without notice. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification or registration exams at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Radiography

The Radiography program at Sanford-Brown College-Milwaukee (SBC) is designed to prepare students to perform radiographic procedures and understand radiation protection, radiologic physics, and image production. Students will study principles and procedures used in professional practice, including image analysis, radiation protection, radiographic pathology, digital image acquisition and display, and radiographic testing. The core curriculum is structured to include a lecture component, an imaging laboratory component, and an integrated clinical component. The final externship portion of the curriculum consists of supervised experiences in a clinical environment, which requires competencies, logs, and evaluations completed by the student. At the conclusion of the program, graduates who have diligently attended class and their externship, studied, and practiced their skills should have the skills to seek entry-level employment as radiographers.

The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) offers certification for radiologic technologists. Currently, only graduates of a radiography program that is programmatically accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) are eligible to apply to ARRT for certification. The Radiography program at SBC is not programmatically accredited by JRCERT, and SBC can neither guarantee that the program will be accredited by JRCERT nor that students will be eligible for ARRT certification upon graduation or at any time in the future.

STATE LICENSURE/REGISTRATION INFORMATION
The state of Wisconsin does not currently require ARRT certification or state licensure/registration to perform radiologic procedures. However, SBC does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements for radiographers in Wisconsin or in any other state. All licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as a radiographer in Wisconsin or any other state without ARRT certification and/or a state license/registration, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Diploma


Medical Assistant

The Medical Assistant program at Sanford-Brown College-Milwaukee (SBC) is designed to prepare students to assist medical providers by performing administrative duties and basic clinical duties in an office and/or medical center. The Medical Assistant curriculum covers a variety of subjects, including medical practice, medical law and ethics, medical communications, medical records, insurance, patient preparation, and basic laboratory procedures and tests. The courses are grouped around knowledge and skills required for administrative and clinical medical assisting; however, courses are not necessarily offered in the sequences in which they appear in the catalog. Also, students will typically, but not always, be taught by more than one instructor during their program of study. Students are required to complete a supervised clinical externship at a medical facility that includes competencies, logs and evaluations completed by the student. At the completion of the program, graduates who have diligently attended class and their externship, studied, and practiced their skills should have the necessary skills to seek entry-level employment as medical assistants.

The Medical Assistant program at SBC is not programmatically accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) or the Commission on Accreditation for Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Therefore, graduates of the program are not eligible to take the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) examinations offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). Graduates are able to take the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) examination offered by American Medical Technologists (AMT). These credentials are nationally recognized voluntary certifications that could enhance employment opportunities. Registration and certification requirements for taking and passing these examinations are not controlled by SBC but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agency without notice. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification or registration exams at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Medical Coding/Billing Specialist

The Medical Billing and Coding program at Sanford-Brown College-Milwaukee (SBC) is designed to prepare students for careers in a variety of healthcare settings, including medical offices, hospitals, clinics and skilled-care facilities. The curriculum is structured to include didactic instruction in several areas, including, but not limited to, billing practices and systems, coding and reimbursement systems, data abstracting, health record maintenance, or healthcare computer applications. The final portion of curriculum includes a supervised clinical externship at a medical facility. At the completion of the program, graduates who have diligently attended class and their externship, studied, and practiced their skills should have the necessary skills to seek entry-level employment in the field of medical billing and coding.

Graduates of the Medical Billing and Coding program are encouraged to take certification examinations given by the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC). These certification examinations are voluntary but obtaining these certifications may enhance employment opportunities. Graduates are eligible to take the Certified Coding Associate (CCA) examination offered by AHIMA and the Certified Professional Coder-Apprentice (CPC-Apprentice) examinations offered by AAPC upon graduation. Graduates may apply for the official CPC credential after completing at least two years of coding experience after graduation as defined by AAPC. Other exams offered by these agencies may require significant additional work experience and/or graduation from a program accredited by AHIMA. The Medical Billing and Coding program is not programmatically accredited and the program’s graduates are not eligible to apply for some other exams, specifically the RHIA (Registered Health Information Administrator) and RHIT (Registered Health Information Technician) examinations offered by AHIMA. Registration and certification requirements for taking and passing these examinations are not controlled by SBI but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agency without notice. Therefore, SBI cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification exams at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Sanford Brown College does not guarantee employment or salary.

The jobs mentioned are examples of certain potential jobs, not a representation that these outcomes are more probable than others. Sanford Brown College does not guarantee employment or salary.

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