This program provides entry level training leading to a
certificate of completion. Curriculum is based on the
Commission on Accreditation of Ophthalmic Medical Programs standards
and guidelines. The course work prepares students for national
certification by the Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in
Ophthalmology. Course work includes the following: medical terminology, anatomy and
physiology, history taking, patient services, basic skills, lensometry, basic
tonometry, instrument maintenance, and general medical knowledge.
Included in the program are extensive clinical experiences in
ophthalmologist private practices, teaching hospitals, and eye centers.
Certificate of Completion
Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS)
Associate of Applied Science-Transfer degree (AAS-T)
Other Program Info:
Larry A. Bovard
8:00AM - 2:30PM
Students may enter winter quarter.