Feb 25, 2020
Medical Transcriptionists understand and use medical terms, appropriate reference materials, word processing equipment and software to transcribe medical reports dictated by physicians and other health care professionals.
Medical transcriptionists work in a variety of settings, including Health Information Departments and ancillary professional departments of hospitals (e.g. radiology, pathology, etc.), clinics, doctors’ offices, private transcription businesses and other health care facilities.
Program supervised by:
Jane A. Hlopko, Chairman
Office: Decker Center, Room 217
Telephone: 607 778-5063
First Semester 15-16 Credits
Second Semester 12-13Credits
Additional Recommended Electives
- CST Any computer course dealing with word processing.
Gainful Employment Program Disclosure 2010-11
Program Name: Medical Transcription
CIP Code: 51.0708
Occupations: Medical Transcriptionist; Medical Records Technician; Medical Secretary
O*Net Link to occupational Profiles:
Program costs for NY State residents - This program will take two full-time semesters (9 months) to complete.
- Tuition and fees - $4,102
- Books and supplies - $1,400
- Room and board - room and board are not provided by the college
- Other - $0
- Number of graduates - 13
- Numbers of on-time graduates - 4
- On-time completion rate -31%
Job placement rate of graduates: Not available at this time.
Median loan debt of graduates:
- Federal loans - $2,473
- Private loans - $0
- BCC finance plans $0