Please note, this course is offered in two parts, PART I and PART II. You will register and pay a separate fee for each part ($180 each).
The schedule for Part II is located towards the bottom of this page, under Part I information. Students will register for Part II after successfully completing Part II.

PART I – 16 weeks/186hours

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$180 – Registration/Tuition plus required textbooks (see additional information below)
SECTION DATELOCATIONSCHEDULEREGISTER
48673
FULL
Nov. 22 – Feb. 21, 2023
Registration Closed
Online Online – Asynchronous CLOSED
49463Jan. 17 – May. 5 Online Online – Asynchronous
49465 Mar. 28 – July 20
Registration Opens Jan. 28
Online Online – Asynchronous Open on 1/28

This course is Online Asynchronous learning course. Students may view instructional materials each week at any time they choose and does not include a live video lecture component or scheduled weekly due dates for assignments. Students have 24/7 access to their course to submit assignments.


PART I TOTAL FEES:

  • Registration/Tuition – $180
    This course is not charged by credit hour, it is a continuing education course and the course fee is a flat rate of $180.
  • Essentials of Medical Language with Connect Access (180 day access)
    ISBN: 1260426769; Publisher: McGraw-Hill
    $102.06 – from McGraw Hill direct purchase (direct link will be provided in Welcome email)
    $131 – if purchased from PCC Bookstore;
    (E-book with Connect Access, 180 days full access from day of activation; Required purchase, cannot use a hard copy of the textbook)
    *DO NOT ACTIVATE E-BOOK UNTIL YOU ARE GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS TO DO SO*

    Visit www.pccstore.com to order textbook, course code is 3300I

Please Note: This is a Continuing Education/short-term training course and does not qualify for FAFSA. Course registration and textbooks are required to be paid for out of pocket. Students seeking financial assistance must contact their local NCWorks Career Center or Telamon Corporation (Caswell, Person, or Rockingham County residents only).

PART II – 16 weeks/200 hours

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$180 – Registration/Tuition plus required textbooks (see additional information below)
SECTION DATELOCATIONSCHEDULEREGISTER
48675 Nov. 22 – Feb. 21, 2023
Registration Deadline: Nov. 14 by 5 p.m.
Online Online – Asynchronous
49464 Jan. 10 – April 28
Registration Deadline: Jan. 16 by 5 p.m.
Online Online – Asynchronous
49466 Mar. 28 – June 27
Registration Deadline: Mar. 20 by 5 p.m.
Online Online – Asynchronous

PART II TOTAL FEES:

  • Registration/Tuition – $180
    This course is not charged by credit hour, it is a continuing education course and the course fee is a flat rate of $180.
    Scholarships are available for NC Residents for MCB Part II only. More information will be sent to students via email after they have registered.
  • Board Exam – $299, Certified Coding Associate (CCA) issued by AHIMA; Students may also select to sit for the Certified Coding Specialist-Physician Based (CCS-P) issued by AHIMA ($399).
    *If sponsored by PCC, students must take the CCA exam.
    Student will register and pay on their own at the completion of Part II when they are ready to test.
  • CME CPT PROFESSIONAL 2022 Manuals, $472.75 plus tax
    ISBN: 9780357772096
    Publisher: Cengage Learning
    (Hard copy; can be shipped or picked up from the Bookstore on the Person County Campus)

    Let’s Code It!; 2022-2023 with Connect Access Card;
    Publisher: McGraw-Hill; ISBN: 1266589163
    If purchased from Publisher, $102.06 plus tax (direct link will be sent in Welcome email)
    If purchased from PCC Bookstore, $183.50 plus tax
    (E-book with Connect Access, 180 days full access from day of activation; Required purchase, cannot use a hard copy of the book)
    *DO NOT ACTIVATE OR PURCHASE E-BOOK UNTIL YOU ARE GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS TO DO SO*

    Visit www.pccstore.com to order textbook, course code is MED 3300J

Please Note: This is a Continuing Education/short-term training course and does not qualify for FAFSA. Course registration and textbooks are required to be paid for out of pocket. Students seeking financial assistance must contact their local NCWorks Career Center or Telamon Corporation (Caswell, Person, or Rockingham County residents only)


REGISTRATION:

Complete the online registration using our  Secure Registration Form. Students will receive an email within 24 business hours with further instructions on completing your registration process.

For additional assistance, please contact Lori Watlington at lori.watlington@piedmontcc.edu or by phone at (336) 694-8080.