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2013Catalog SupplementVersion 34Effective: 3/26/2014www.bryanu.edu12013 Catalog Supplement, published 3/26/2014

EFFECTIVE 3/25/2014, Pages 83, 85, and 87 of the catalog have been revised as follows:Program is offered at the Springfield campus and Online.EFFECTIVE 3/25/2014, The Grand Total on page 86 of the catalog now reads as follows:2200EFFECTIVE 3/14/2014, The following course description has been revised in the catalog:CN270 Microsoft Application Infrastructure – 4.5 Credit Hours - This course will prepare IT professionals for the role ofEnterprise Administrator. Students will learn how to design application infrastructure solutions based on Windows Server tomeet varying business and technical requirements with a focus on application.EFFECTIVE 3/14/2014, Page 6 of the catalog now reads as follows:Memberships and AffiliationsBryan University is an institutional member of the following organizations: Imagine America Foundation (IAF) Microsoft Authorized ResellerEFFECTIVE 3/14/2014, Page 32 of the catalog now reads as follows:ExternshipsExternships sites are assigned by Bryan University and may be scheduled to meet any day, Monday through Sunday basedupon site availability. Externship site assignment is non-negotiable and students are expected to participate in theexternship assignments as they are assigned. Refusal of any externship site may lead to termination from the program.Externships are usually available only during the day with evening or weekend externs not generally available or scheduled.Students are expected to attend all required externship hours as scheduled by the University. Students are responsible fortransportation to and from their externship site and may be required to drive up to 100 miles each way. The University is notresponsible for transportation costs, such as gas, mileage, meals, or other fees that might be associated with the studentcompleting the required externship hours. Students are not paid any salary or stipend during their externship. Students mustalso be aware that some externship sites may require the completion of a background check to be placed on externship.The University will provide assistance in securing sites, but it cannot guarantee that there will be clinical sites available at aparticular time, whether due to overload of sites, local economic conditions, state regulatory actions, failure of students tomeet site guidelines, or for any reason outside the University’s control.As of May 1, 2014, students participating in PT299 will be required to travel to the Professional Fitness Institute in KansasCity, MO to complete 60 hours of their required externship hours. Prior to May 1, 2014, students participating in PT299 willbe required to travel to the Professional Fitness Institute in Las Vegas, NV to complete 60 hours of their required externshiphours. Flight arrangements, room and board are covered by the University (with no additional charges experienced by thestudent for these services).22013 Catalog Supplement, published 3/26/2014

EFFECTIVE 2/8/2014, The “All Programs” section on page 9 of the catalog now reads as follows:All programsProspective students are encouraged to review the most current Bryan University catalog and associated supplement (andaddendum, if applicable) carefully prior to signing an enrollment agreement. It is an explicit expectation of Bryan Universitythat all prospective students complete and submit all admissions paperwork carefully, accurately, and truthfully to the bestof their knowledge.To qualify for acceptance to the University, all applicants seeking to matriculate into a program must meet the followingrequirements prior to the first day of attendance at Bryan University.1. Complete a face-to-face interview for campus-based applicants or an interactive web-based interview for onlineapplicants;2. Complete and submit an application for admission;3. Submit an application fee (required for campus-based enrollments only);4. Acknowledge that the presence of any adverse background activity or positive drug screen may prohibit a student’sparticipation in externships, career services activities, license and certification eligibility and/or any other programspecific activities or requirements the University has established;5. Self-certify the attainment of a high school diploma, completion of a home schooling program, or a GeneralEducation Development (GED) certificate or an equivalent (unless seeking admission under the ATB policy outlinedherein);6. Be 18 years of age or beyond the age of compulsory school attendance in the state where the Bryan Universitycampus is located. For students who finished homeschooling at a younger age, Bryan University considers them tobe beyond the age of compulsory attendance if the state in which the institution is located does not require them tofurther attend secondary school or continue to be homeschooled.EFFECTIVE 2/6/2014, The following pages in the catalog have been updated:Page 63 (Medical Assistant Diploma - 40): Program is offered at Topeka only.Page 64 (Medical Office Assistant Diploma – 60): Program is offered at Columbia, Rogers, and Springfield campuses.Page 65 (Medical Office Assistant Diploma – 30): Program is offered at Topeka only.Page 79 (Medical Administrative Specialist AAS – 70): Program is offered at Columbia, Rogers, and Springfield campuses.Page 80 (Medical Administrative Specialist AAS – 70): Program is offered at Topeka only.Page 81 (Medical Assistant AAS – 70): Program is offered at Columbia, Rogers, and Springfield campuses.Page 82 (Medical Assistant AAS – 70): Program is offered at Topeka only.EFFECTIVE 1/22/2014, The following courses have been updated in the catalog:MA150 Basic Insurance - 4.5 Credit HoursThis course is designed to teach the student how to complete forms for various types of medical health insurance. The course will familiarize thestudent with the history of health insurance in America, the importance of accurate completion of claims, and the terminology that is common to allinsurance carriers. Prerequisite(s): MA100 Medical Terminology; MA110/AP101 Anatomy and Physiology; MA115/AP105 Anatomy andPhysiologyMA212 Coding & Billing - 4.5 Credit HoursThis course introduces students to the health profession with specific emphasis in Medical Coding and Billing. Students will learn fundamental skillswhile developing an understanding of the importance of each role within various healthcare settings. Advanced theory and practices of commercialmedical insurance, insurance terminology, CPT and ICD-9 coding systems, billing and collections will be discussed. Government programs, federalregulations and the impact of HIPAA regulations will be explored. Prerequisite(s): MA100 Medical Terminology; MA110/AP101 Anatomy andPhysiology; MA115/AP105 Anatomy and Physiology; MA150 Basic Insurance32013 Catalog Supplement, published 3/26/2014

MA213 Medical Office Assistant Certification Preparation - 4.5 Credit HoursThis course is designed to give the student a comprehensive approach to reviewing the key competencies of a medical assisting program to preparethe student to take the American Medical Technologist’s CMAS certification exam. The course will include basic theory review, self evaluation andanswers and rationales. Prerequisite(s): MA100 Medical Terminology; MA110/AP101 Anatomy and Physiology; MA115/AP105 Anatomy andPhysiology; MA120 Medical Law and Ethics; MA150 Basic Insurance; MA160 Medical Keyboarding/Transcription; MA180 Medical OfficeAdministration/Medisoft; MA212 Coding & BillingMA230 Electronic Medical Records Management – 4.5 Credit HoursThis course is designed to introduce the student to the basics of medical records management. This course introduces the student to the basics ofmedical records management and provides an opportunity to put administrative skills learned in previous coursework into practice in a simulatedmedical setting using electronic health care records (EHR). It also allows the student to learn about EHR management practices and a variety ofsoftware programs and used in this process. Students are exposed to the medical billing process, including the flow of information frompreregistering patients through collecting on overdue accounts, information technology in medical offices, and HIPAA. Types of electronicmanagement systems will be explored along with their impact on various areas of the healthcare system. Prerequisite(s): MA100 MedicalTerminology; MA110/AP101 Anatomy and Physiology; MA115/AP105 Anatomy and PhysiologyMA298 Externship – 4.5 Credit HoursStudents will be assigned to a physician’s office, clinic or other healthcare setting where they will utilize the essential skills they have developedthroughout their program. This experience is designed to provide students with actual on-the-job learning activities in the medical back officeenvironment under the direct supervision of local healthcare professionals. Prerequisite: Must have a 2.0 cGPA in all completed core coursesMAA250 Pathophysiology - 4.5 Credit HoursPathophysiology is a study of how normal physiology processes are altered by disease. This course will include causes of disease, neoplasms,congenital diseases, urinary system diseases, reproductive system diseases, digestive system diseases, respiratory system diseases, circulatorysystem diseases, nervous system diseases, endocrine system diseases, musculoskeletal disease, skin, eye, ear and childhood diseases, painmanagement and holistic health. Prerequisite(s): MA100 Medical Terminology; MA110/AP101 Anatomy and Physiology; MA115/AP105Anatomy and PhysiologyMAA260 Pharmacology – 4.5 credit hoursThe student will discuss the various types of drugs and become familiar with the forms by which medications are administered. The student will learnto identify the most common medications by classification and the body system that they are most commonly used for. Prerequisite(s): MA100Medical Terminology; MA110/AP101 Anatomy and Physiology; MA115/AP105 Anatomy and Physiology. MAA250 PathophysiologyMAA270 Clinical - 4.5 Credit HoursThis course is designed to instruct Medical Assisting students in routine procedures for the physical exam. Proficiency will be developed in takingvital signs, including blood pressure readings, temperature, pulse and respiration. Students will learn and practice draping for physical exams,aseptic techniques, measurements and taking the medical history. Universal precautions will be practiced at all times. This course is also designedto instruct Medical Assisting students in assisting with minor surgical procedures, performing EKGs, administration of injections using subcutaneous,intradermal, intramuscular, and z-tract techniques. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation certification will be provided by a Certified Red Cross instructor.Office emergencies will be discussed. Students will perform procedures according to Procedure Competency assigned by Instructor.Prerequisite(s): Must have a 2.0 cGPA in all core courses.MAA280 Laboratory - 4.5 Credit HoursThis course is designed to provide advanced skills for the medical assistant. Lecture and laboratory class will acquaint the student with variouspathological agents, which cause disease in humans. Diagnostic testing will include culturing and staining for identification, blood testing forantigens, antibodies and glucose, staining of white blood cells for differentiation counts, performance of hematocrit and hemoglobin lab tests. Urinewill be tested and stained for microscopic sediments. The instructor will assign each student a pathogenic agent to prepare a report for the class.Prerequisite(s): Must have a 2.0 cGPA in all core courses.42013 Catalog Supplement, published 3/26/2014

Tuition and Fees (effective July 1, 2014)Tuition 341.00 per credit hourBryan University may offer the following tuition rates to eligible individuals associated with the following businesses oragencies:Business/AgencyTuition Rate per Credit HourLocationVocational Rehabilitation – VR (State)Vocational Rehabilitation – VR (State)Trade Act Assistance (TAA)Workforce Investment Act - WIAMissouri Department of Economic DevelopmentWorkforce Investment Act - WIAVocational Rehabilitation – VR (State)Vocational Rehabilitation – VR (State)Vocational Rehabilitation – VR (State)Missouri Career CenterKum and Go StoresTeletechCommunication SolutionsFitness 19Chase Card ServicesWyndham Vacation PlanningHardee’s of Southwest MissouriHy-Vee StoresU.S. SecurityMidwest SecurityBoomerang Car Wash (Boomerang Holding, LLC)Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation 75 82.50 82.50 82.50 82.50 82.50 80 80 80 80 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 220/ 228.50 80Rogers, ARRogers, ARRogers, ARRogers, ARRogers, ARColumbia, MOColumbia, MOTopeka, KSSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineSpringfield, MO/OnlineTopeka, KSTuition is subject to change at any time without notice.ANNOUNCEMENT:External partners recommended by the campus Executive Director and Bryan University employees who enroll in the MBAprogram for the March 2014 start will be charged a program charge of 14,822 ( 14,322 tuition and 850 Fees), plus thecost of the quarterly book fees in lieu of the per credit hour charge outlined in the tuition chart.All tuition and applicable fees are due and payable in full the day the student transitions to a regular active student. If allfinancial options, including an alternative loan have been exhausted, other arrangements may be made at the discretion ofthe Financial Assistance Coordinator. Students sign a promissory note to pay the portion of tuition and applicable fees notmet. The terms of this promissory note will include a schedule of installment payments. All arrangements for financialassistance should be made in advance of the beginning of the student’s program.52013 Catalog Supplement, published 3/26/2014

Book and Resource FeesBooksStudents are able to purchase books through Bryan University as a convenience. The University uses a combination ofelectronic (non-print) books (eBooks) and physical print books for its courses. In instances where an eBook is used for acourse, each student must purchase access to the eBook. Long-term access to eBooks varies by publication, but is limited, insome instances, to two years from the time of validation. In instances where physical print books are used for a course, thetextbook must be purchased by each student. An up-to-date book list by course is available at:http://www.bryanu.edu/consumer-information/. Bryan University reserves the right to issue used books when deemednecessary.The following table lists the costs of books per quarter (based upon full-time enrollment):ProgramLevelPer QuarterBook ChargeSecurity and InvestigationDiploma 550.00Business AdministrationDiploma 550.00Computer Networking SpecialistDiploma 600.00Personal TrainerDiploma 485.00Medical AssistantDiploma 485.00Medical Office AssistantDiploma 485.00Criminal JusticeAssociate of Applied Science 550.00Business Administration & ManagementAssociate of Applied Science 550.00Computer Information Systems - NetworkingAssociate of Applied Science 600.00Exercise SpecialistAssociate of Applied Science 485.00Healthcare AdministrationAssociate of Applied Science 485.00Medical AssistantAssociate of Applied Science 485.00Medical Administrative SpecialistHeating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning andRefrigeration TechnologyAssociate of Applied Science 485.00Associate of Applied Science 435.00Information Systems Security & AssuranceAssociate of Applied Science 600.00Bachelor Business AdministrationBachelor of Science 600.00Bachelor Allied Health ManagementBachelor of Science 500.00Master of Business AdministrationMaster's degree 750.0062013 Catalog Supplement, published 3/26/2014

Resource FeePer quarter Resource fee charges vary according to the program of study, as outlined in the table below:ProgramLevelPer QuarterResource FeeSecurity and InvestigationDiploma 0Business AdministrationDiploma 0Computer Networking SpecialistDiploma 480.00Personal Trainer (campus-based)Diploma 50.00Personal Trainer (online)Diploma 35.00Medical AssistantDiploma 50.00Medical Office AssistantDiploma 50.00Criminal JusticeAssociate of Applied Science 0Business Administration & ManagementAssociate of Applied Science 0Computer Information Systems - NetworkingAssociate of Applied Science 210.00Exercise SpecialistAssociate of Applied Science 50.00Healthcare AdministrationAssociate of Applied Science 0Medical AssistantAssociate of Applied Science 50.00Medical Administrative SpecialistHeating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and RefrigerationTechnologyAssociate of Applied Science 50.00Associate of Applied Science 115.00Information Systems Security & AssuranceAssociate of Applied Science 0Bachelor Business AdministrationBachelor of Science 0Bachelor Allied Health ManagementBachelor of Science 0Master of Business AdministrationMaster's degree 0Additional FeesIn addition to book and resource fees, the following additional fees are or may be experienced by students depending uponthe unique circumstances of their enrollment:Graduation Fee (mandatory for all students)Technology Fee (per quarter - Campus Based)Technology Fee (per quarter - Online Programs)Technology Device Fee (includes all applicable taxes)Credit Transfer Fee (per course)Program Transfer Fee (each occurrence after first quarter)Program Change Fee (each occurrence after first quarter)Re-Entry FeeApplication Fee (campus-based applications only) 100.00 215.00 170.00 600.00 100.00 200.00 200.00 100.00 50The application fee along with all monies paid is refundable within three working days, exclusive of weekends and holidays.Beyond that, books and resource fee charges are non-refundable.Monthly PaymentsStudents attending Bryan University may be required to invest financially in their education by contributing a monthly cashpayment.72013 Catalog Supplement, published 3/26/2014

Minimum Wonderlic Scholastic Level Examination (SLE) scores accepted for AdmissionProgram NameDegree*Minimum SLE ScoreBusiness Administration & ManagementComputer Information Systems - NetworkingCriminal JusticeExercise SpecialistMedical AssistantMedical Administrative SpecialistHeating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration TechnologyHealthcare AdministrationInformation System Security & Assurance* AAS Associate of Applied Science degree program82013 Catalog Supplement, published 1515

Vocational Rehabilitation – VR (State) 80 Springfield, MO/Online Missouri Career Center 80 Springfield, MO/Online Kum and Go Stores 220/ 228.50 Springfield, MO/Online Teletech 220/ 228.50 Springfield, MO/Online Communication Solutions 220/ 228.50 Springfield, MO/Online Fitness 19 220/ 228.50

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