SICCM Programs Now Taking Applications for Fall 2015
Shawnee Community College is now taking applications for the Fall 2015 SICCM programs. Members of the SICCM program include John A. Logan College, Kaskaskia College, Rend Lake College, Shawnee Community College, Southeastern Illinois College, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.
Students in this program have the opportunity to experience classroom interaction with students at these other colleges.
There are five programs that students can apply for within SICCM. The five programs include the Medical Laboratory Technology, Health Information Technology, Occupational Therapy, Veterinary Technology, and Surgical Technology programs.
The Medical Laboratory Technology Associate Degree in Applied Science program through SICCM will teach the students the technical skills necessary to perform routine studies in areas of hematology, serology, coagulation, clinical microbiology, clinical chemistry, blood banking, and urinalysis.
The Health Information Technology in Applied Science program through SICCM will teach the students both administrative and technical skills necessary to maintain components of health record systems consistent with the medical, administrative, ethical, and legal, accreditation, and regulatory requirements of the health care delivery system.
The Occupational Therapy in Applied Science program through SICCM will teach the students both lecture and hands-on laboratory components. During the program, students will develop entry-level competencies necessary to provide services to persons of all ages who have functional loss due to physical, neurological, social/emotional, cognitive, or developmental disabilities.
The Veterinary Technology in Applied Science program through SICCM will teach the students the administrative, clinical, and technical skills necessary to assist the veterinarian in all phases of medicine and surgery for small, large, exotic, and lab animals.
The Surgical Technology certificate program through SICCM will teach the students the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to practice as certified surgical technologists.
March 1, 2015 is the deadline for applications and required testing.
For more information about the SICCM programs, please contact Admissions & Advising at 618-634-3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Monica Brahler at 618-634-3322 or email@example.com.