Cancer Data Management, Associate of Applied Science
This Program includes one clinical (practicum) course. Clinicals are unpaid experiences in which students are supervised by a CTR professional at the healthcare facility. Clinicals are scheduled during the day shift according to the availability of the site supervisor. The Program cannot guarantee a specific site, but every effort will be made to accommodate the student. Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the clinical site. A criminal background check is required of all program students and must be submitted prior to enrollment in the clinical course. Documentation of immunity to Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and Varicella, completion of the Hepatitis B series, and annual Tuberculosis screening are also required prior to enrollment in the clinical course. Drug screening may be required by the clinical site.
Students are admitted annually into the Cancer Data Management Program. In addition to the general admission requirements of San Jacinto College, prospective students must meet the Cancer Data Management admission criteria.
Students may access the Cancer Data Management Application Packet on the San Jacinto College website.
Plan of Study
|HITT 1305||Medical Terminology I||3|
|HITT 2371||Pathophysiology and Pharmacology||3|
or BCIS 1305
|Integrated Software Applications I
or Business Computer Applications
|BIOL 2404||Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (lecture & lab) (or BIOL 2301 and BIOL 2101 and BIOL 2302 and BIOL 2102)||4|
|HITT 1307||Cancer Data Management I: Introduction to Cancer Registry Management||3|
|HITT 2307||Cancer Data Management II: Abstracting Principles and Practices I||3|
|HITT 2372||Oncology Coding and Staging||3|
|HITT 1301||Health Data Content and Structure||3|
|HITT 1353||Legal and Ethical Aspects of Health Information||3|
|Summer Year One Term|
|HITT 2370||Cancer Data Management III: Abstracting Principles and Practices II||3|
|HITT 1311||Health Information Systems||3|
|HITT 1255||Healthcare Statistics: Cancer Epidemiology and Statistics||2|
|HITT 1361||Clinical-Cancer Data Management||3|
or SPCH 1321
or Business and Professional Speech
|ENGL 1301||Composition I||3|
|PSYC 2301||General Psychology||3|
|HITT 2343||Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement||3|
|HITT 2339||Health Information Organization and Supervision||3|
|MATH 1342||Elementary Statistical Methods (Statistics) 1||3|
|Language, Philosophy, and Culture (Humanities) or Creative Arts (Fine Arts)||3|
Students must be Texas Success Initiative (TSI) complete in order to graduate: Math level 8.
External Learning Experience: HITT 1361 Clinical-Cancer Data Management
National Certification Exam: Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR )
Note: Students must pass each HITT course listed in the cancer data management AAS degree plan with a grade of C to be eligible to receive the degree.