College Profile: Fortis College-Foley

 
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200 East Laurel Avenue
Foley, AL
36535
251-970-1460 (general)
25165-008-0016 (financial aid)
251-970-1460 (admissions)
 
 
 

 
Mission Statement

We Change Lives. Our mission is to provide our students with the opportunity for a better life and career through the highest quality educational programs, supported by caring and dedicated faculty and staff.


General Information
Other Names
Type Private for-profit, less-than 2-year
Control Private for-profit
Size Under 1,000
Campus Setting Town: Fringe
Calendar System Continuous
Title IV Eligibility Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs
Relgious Affiliation Not applicable

College Student Services Offered
No Remedial ServicesYes Academic/career counseling service
Yes Employment services for studentsYes Placement services for completers
No On-campus day care for students' children   

College Special Learning Opportunities
No ROTCNo Distance learning opportunities
No ROTC: ArmyNo Study abroad
No ROTC: NavyYes Weekend/evening college
No ROTC: Air Force   

Sources: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
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Admissions Considerations & Recommendations
Open admission policy Yes
Admission test scores Not applicable
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language Not applicable

Applicants (most recent fall period)
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Admissions (most recent fall period)
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Percentage of Students Submitting Test Scores
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SAT Percentile Scores
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ACT Percentile Scores
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Percentage Receiving Financial Aid
Local|federal|any
 
Average Amount of Financial Aid Received
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Student Body
268 Student Body SizeNo On-Campus Housing
0 Fall Applicants0 Total Dormitory Capacity
0 Fall Admissions

Gender
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Ethnicity
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College Levels Offered
No Less than one year certificateYes One but less than two years certificate
No Associate's degreeNo Two but less than 4 years certificate
No Bachelor's degreeNo Postbaccalaureate certificate
No Master's degreeNo Post-master's certificate
No Doctor's degreeNo First-professional degree
No First-professional certificate

Degrees and Certifications
Allied Health Management (Certificate Program)
The Allied Health Management program is a 103.0 Quarter Credit Hour Associate Degree program of study containing 1260 hours of training that prepares the student for entry level employment as a Pharmacy Technician with a goal of advancing into supervisory and management level positions within the allied health/pharmacy community. Allied Health Managers work in doctors' offices, clinics, hospitals and pharmacies. While managing and supervising the facility is their primary responsibility, their duties may also include typing, filing, handling telephone calls and appointments, maintaining patient records, filling prescriptions, and office care. The Allied Health Management curriculum stems from the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the Allied Health Management occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in medical administrative skills. Normal completion time for day students is thirteen months. Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend classes six hours per day, for fifty-five weeks. The clinical rotation portion, consists of 120 hours in a retail setting plus 120 hours in a hospital (240 hours). Allied Health Management students with a Pharmacy Technician major are required to take and successfully pass the national certification examination for Pharmacy Technicians (NCPhT) administered through the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) as a prerequisite for assignment to externship. PTCB certification is a requirement for completion of the program. They are also required to be registered with the Alabama Board of Pharmacy and must satisfactorily complete all drug screen and background check requirements. Applicants must complete the State Board application as part of the enrollment process. As of the publication date of this catalog, licensing is not required by the States of Alabama or Florida. Licensing requirements vary by State. An Associates of Occupational Science (AOS)degree is awarded to graduates
Cosmetologist (Certificate Program)
The Cosmetologist Program atCapps College is a Quarter Credit Hour program of study consisting of 1500 hours of comprehensive training that prepares the student for entry-level employment in the dynamic field of Cosmetology. Cosmetologists work in a variety of exciting specialties, to include hair stylist, manicurist, color specialist, esthetician, salon owner or manager, theatrical hair stylist, beauty supply sales, or education. Opportunities are unlimited. As a graduate of the Capps College Cosmetologist Program, you will have an understanding of laws, rules, and regulations governing the Cosmetology industry to include sanitation and safety precautions. In addition, you will be able to communicate, analyze, and perform cosmetology services in a professional manner to include, but not limited to, the following: basic wet hair styling, thermal hairstyling, hair designing, artificial hair additions, basic and advanced hair shaping, chemical texturizing, hair coloring and lightening, nail and skin care services, use theory and practical salon management skills, and ... you will be prepared for and eligible to take the Alabama State Board of Cosmetology licensing examination for cosmetology. All this combines to make you ?job ready? as a well trained, professional cosmetologist, fully prepared to out-perform the competition. The Cosmetology curriculum at Capps College is founded in the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program provides educational preparation for a career in cosmetology by combining classroom and clinical experiences with supervised floor time in an actual professional salon setting. Students are provided with a quality learning experience that prepares them with a solid background in cosmetology arts and sciences with emphasis in basic manipulative skills, safety judgments, proper work habits, and desirable attitudes for success in a cosmetology career. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within this supplement. Normal completion time for day students is twelve months and for night students, sixteen months. Classes are conducted Monday through Friday. Day students attend class 6 hours a day for fifty weeks; night students attend class 4 hours a day for 75 weeks. Cosmetology students are required to take and successfully pass the Alabama State Board of Cosmetology licensing examination for cosmetology as a prerequisite for graduation from the cosmetology training program at Capps College. Licensing requirements vary by state. A diploma is awarded to graduates.
Dental Assistant (Certificate Program)
The Dental Assistant Program is a 79.5 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1060 hours of training that prepares the student for entry-level employment as a Dental Assistant. Dental Assistants work in dental facilities assisting the Dentist with the operations of the facility. Their duties may include: working chairside with the Dentist, preparing patients for treatment, sterilizing and disinfecting instruments and equipment, preparing tray set-ups for dental procedures, making casts of teeth and mouth, cleaning and polishing removable appliances, making temporary crowns, exposing and processing dental x-ray film as directed by the Dentist, scheduling appointments and ordering dental supplies and materials. The Dental Assistant curriculum stems from the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the dental assistant occupation by combining classroom and clinical experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in both administrative and clinical skills. Normal completion time for day students is ten months (40 weeks). Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend class six hours a day, for thirty-five weeks. The clinical rotation portion is forty hours per week for five weeks (200 hours). The program of study comprises 1.3 academic years. Dental Assistant students are required to take and successfully pass the national certification examination for Dental Assistants (RDA) administered through American Medical Technologists (AMT) as a prerequisite for assignment to externship. Drugscreen and background checks are also required. As of the publication date of this catalog, licensing is not required by the States of Alabama or Florida. Licensing requirements vary by State. A diploma is awarded to graduates.
Massage Therapist (Certificate Program)
The Massage Therapy Program is a 75.0 quarter credit hour program of study consisting of 1060 hours of training that prepares the student to become a professional massage therapist, capable of pursuing private practice or of seeking employment with a variety of health care providers. The curriculum stems from the philosophy of the College and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). Emphasis is placed on developing a variety of skills useful in the art of acute and chronic pain management. The course content exceeds the standards set forth by national certification and by most state and municipal education requirements for licensing. Courses throughout the program balance the technical skills required in the broadening profession of massage therapy with a strong grounding in personal growth and development. Students acquire an in-depth competency in fundamental skills necessary for the formation and development of professional therapeutic relationships. A comprehensive presentation of the science and art of massage therapy provides the student with the background necessary for enhancing communications with clients and supporting confident interaction with other health care providers. Opportunities for learning through exercises, group processes, lectures, and discussions form the core of this unique program. Students learn massage therapy and techniques in Oriental, sports, orthopedic, deep tissue, spa, and Swedish therapies. In addition, students learn a wide range of allied therapeutic modalities, including therapeutic touch, so they can incorporate a holistic approach to the practice of massage and neuro-muscular therapy. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog. Normal completion time for day students is 10 months and for night students, 13 months. Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend class six hours a day for forty weeks and night students attend class four hours per day for sixty weeks. In addition, students are required to complete 100 hours of clinical training scheduled on Fridays and/or Saturdays throughout the program in a supervised Student Therapy Clinic, during which they participate in actual therapy sessions with clients from the general public. In addition, massage therapy students are encouraged to participate in community service outreach activities with the Red Cross, volunteer centers, schools, fire departments and police stations. Also, they are encouraged to spend time working with chiropractors, wellness centers, gyms, or athletic clubs on a volunteer basis to gain added practical experience and exposure to possible future employment opportunities. Massage Therapy graduates are eligible to sit for the national certification examination offered by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Body Work (NCBTMB). A drug screen and background check are also required. Massage Therapists must be licensed in the State of Alabama by the Alabama Board of Massage Therapy in order to practice as a massage therapist. Applicants must successfully pass the NCBMT exam as a prerequisite to filing for a state license. Licensing requirements vary by state. A diploma is awarded to graduates.
Medical Assistant (Associate Degree)
The Medical Assistant Program is a 76.5 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1060 hours of training that prepares the student for entry-level employment as a Medical Assistant. Medical Assistants work in doctors? offices, clinics, and hospitals. They work as medical secretaries, medical receptionists, insurance clerks, medical clinical assistants, and medical laboratory assistants. Their duties may include: typing, filing,handling telephone calls, and appointments, giving injections, drawing blood, assisting the doctor with the examination and treatment of patients, and operating EKG and other medical laboratory equipment. The Medical Assistant curriculum stems from the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the medical assistant occupation by combining classroom and clinical experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in both administrative and clinical skills. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog. Normal completion time for day students is ten months and for night students, thirteen months. Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend class six hours a day, for thirty-five weeks, and night students attend class four hours per day for fifty-five weeks. The clinical rotation portion is forty hours per week for five weeks (200 hours). Medical Assistant students are required to take and successfully pass the national certification examination for Medical Assistants (NCMA) administered through the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT)as a prerequisite for assignment to externship. A drug screen and background check are also required. As of the publication date of this catalog, licensing is not required by the States of Alabama or Florida. Licensing requirements vary by State. A diploma is awarded to graduates.
Medical Assistant (Certificate Program)
The Medical Assistant Program is a 76.5 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1060 hours of training that prepares the student for entry-level employment as a Medical Assistant. Medical Assistants work in doctors? offices, clinics, and hospitals. They work as medical secretaries, medical receptionists, insurance clerks, medical clinical assistants, and medical laboratory assistants. Their duties may include: typing, filing,handling telephone calls, and appointments, giving injections, drawing blood, assisting the doctor with the examination and treatment of patients, and operating EKG and other medical laboratory equipment. The Medical Assistant curriculum stems from the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the medical assistant occupation by combining classroom and clinical experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in both administrative and clinical skills. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog. Normal completion time for day students is ten months and for night students, thirteen months. Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend class six hours a day, for thirty-five weeks, and night students attend class four hours per day for fifty-five weeks. The clinical rotation portion is forty hours per week for five weeks (200 hours). Medical Assistant students are required to take and successfully pass the national certification examination for Medical Assistants (NCMA) administered through the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT)as a prerequisite for assignment to externship. A drug screen and background check are also required. As of the publication date of this catalog, licensing is not required by the States of Alabama or Florida. Licensing requirements vary by State. A diploma is awarded to graduates.
Medical Office Specialist (Associate Degree)
The Medical Office Specialist Program is a 77.0 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1060 hours of training that prepares the student for entry-level employment as a Medical Office Specialist. Medical Office Specialists work in doctors' offices, clinics, and hospitals. Areas of specialization can include medical secretarial, medical receptionist, medical transcription, or medical insurance billing and coding. Their duties may include: typing, filing, handling telephone calls and appointments, obtaining vital signs, taking medical histories, maintaining patient records, transcribing, and office care. The Medical Office Specialist curriculum stems from the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the medical office specialist occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in medical office skills. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog. Normal completion time for day students is ten months and for night students, thirteen months. Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend classes six hours per day, for thirty-five weeks, and night students attend classes four hours per day for fifty-five weeks. The clinical rotation portion is forty hours per week for five weeks (200 hours). Medical Office Specialist students are required to take and successfully pass the national certification examination for Medical Office Assistants (NCMOA) administered through the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) as a prerequisite for assignment to externship. A drug screen and back-ground check are also required. As of the publication date of this catalog, licensing is not required by the States of Alabama or Florida. Licensing requirements vary by State. A diploma is awarded to graduates
Medical Office Specialist (Certificate Program)
The Medical Office Specialist Program is a 77.0 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1060 hours of training that prepares the student for entry-level employment as a Medical Office Specialist. Medical Office Specialists work in doctors' offices, clinics, and hospitals. Areas of specialization can include medical secretarial, medical receptionist, medical transcription, or medical insurance billing and coding. Their duties may include: typing, filing, handling telephone calls and appointments, obtaining vital signs, taking medical histories, maintaining patient records, transcribing, and office care. The Medical Office Specialist curriculum stems from the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the medical office specialist occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in medical office skills. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog. Normal completion time for day students is ten months and for night students, thirteen months. Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend classes six hours per day, for thirty-five weeks, and night students attend classes four hours per day for fifty-five weeks. The clinical rotation portion is forty hours per week for five weeks (200 hours). Medical Office Specialist students are required to take and successfully pass the national certification examination for Medical Office Assistants (NCMOA) administered through the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) as a prerequisite for assignment to externship. A drug screen and back-ground check are also required. As of the publication date of this catalog, licensing is not required by the States of Alabama or Florida. Licensing requirements vary by State. A diploma is awarded to graduates.
Medical Office Specialist (Certificate Program)
The Medical Office Specialist Program is a 77.0 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1060 hours of training that prepares the student for entry-level employment as a Medical Office Specialist. Medical Office Specialists work in doctors' offices, clinics, and hospitals. Areas of specialization can include medical secretarial, medical receptionist, medical transcription, or medical insurance billing and coding. Their duties may include: typing, filing, handling telephone calls and appointments, obtaining vital signs, taking medical histories, maintaining patient records, transcribing, and office care. The Medical Office Specialist curriculum stems from the philosophy of the Capps organization and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the medical office specialist occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in medical office skills. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog. Normal completion time for day students is ten months and for night students, thirteen months. Classes are conducted Monday through Thursday. Day students attend classes six hours per day, for thirty-five weeks, and night students attend classes four hours per day for fifty-five weeks. The clinical rotation portion is forty hours per week for five weeks (200 hours). Medical Office Specialist students are required to take and successfully pass the national certification examination for Medical Office Assistants (NCMOA) administered through the National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT) as a prerequisite for assignment to externship. A drug screen and back-ground check are also required. As of the publication date of this catalog, licensing is not required by the States of Alabama or Florida. Licensing requirements vary by State. A diploma is awarded to graduates.
Pharmacy Technician (Associate Degree)
The Pharmacy Technician Program is a 79.0 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1020 hours of training that prepares the student for entry level employment as a Pharmacy Technician. Pharmacy Technicians are trained Health Care professionals who work in both hospitals and retail pharmacies under the supervision of a pharmacist. Pharmacy Technicians prepare and fill prescriptions under the direction of a pharmacist, issue medications, and label and store supplies. The Pharmacy Technician curriculum stems from the philosophy of the College and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the pharmacy technician occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in pharmacy technician knowledge and skills. Graduates of this training program will have learned the basic aspects of pharmacy practice, including reading, filling and distributing prescriptions. They will understand the legal responsibilities of a pharmacy for record maintenance and the handling of various categories of drugs, and they will know basic pharmaceutical calculations, medications, common drug interactions and their side effects and pharmaceutical agents and their uses. In order to work in the field, Pharmacy Technicians are also required to be registered with the Alabama Board of Pharmacy and satisfactorily complete all drug screen and background check requirements. Applicants must complete the State Board application as part of the enrollment process. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog.
Pharmacy Technician (Associate Degree)
The Pharmacy Technician Program is a 79.0 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1020 hours of training that prepares the student for entry level employment as a Pharmacy Technician. Pharmacy Technicians are trained Health Care professionals who work in both hospitals and retail pharmacies under the supervision of a pharmacist. Pharmacy Technicians prepare and fill prescriptions under the direction of a pharmacist, issue medications, and label and store supplies. The Pharmacy Technician curriculum stems from the philosophy of the College and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the pharmacy technician occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in pharmacy technician knowledge and skills. Graduates of this training program will have learned the basic aspects of pharmacy practice, including reading, filling and distributing prescriptions. They will understand the legal responsibilities of a pharmacy for record maintenance and the handling of various categories of drugs, and they will know basic pharmaceutical calculations, medications, common drug interactions and their side effects and pharmaceutical agents and their uses. In order to work in the field, Pharmacy Technicians are also required to be registered with the Alabama Board of Pharmacy and satisfactorily complete all drug screen and background check requirements. Applicants must complete the State Board application as part of the enrollment process. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog.
Pharmacy Technician (Certificate Program)
The Pharmacy Technician Program is a 79.0 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1020 hours of training that prepares the student for entry level employment as a Pharmacy Technician. Pharmacy Technicians are trained Health Care professionals who work in both hospitals and retail pharmacies under the supervision of a pharmacist. Pharmacy Technicians prepare and fill prescriptions under the direction of a pharmacist, issue medications, and label and store supplies. The Pharmacy Technician curriculum stems from the philosophy of the College and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the pharmacy technician occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in pharmacy technician knowledge and skills. Graduates of this training program will have learned the basic aspects of pharmacy practice, including reading, filling and distributing prescriptions. They will understand the legal responsibilities of a pharmacy for record maintenance and the handling of various categories of drugs, and they will know basic pharmaceutical calculations, medications, common drug interactions and their side effects and pharmaceutical agents and their uses. In order to work in the field, Pharmacy Technicians are also required to be registered with the Alabama Board of Pharmacy and satisfactorily complete all drug screen and background check requirements. Applicants must complete the State Board application as part of the enrollment process. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog.
Pharmacy Technician (Certificate Program)
The Pharmacy Technician Program is a 79.0 Quarter Credit Hour program of study containing 1020 hours of training that prepares the student for entry level employment as a Pharmacy Technician. Pharmacy Technicians are trained Health Care professionals who work in both hospitals and retail pharmacies under the supervision of a pharmacist. Pharmacy Technicians prepare and fill prescriptions under the direction of a pharmacist, issue medications, and label and store supplies. The Pharmacy Technician curriculum stems from the philosophy of the College and the standards of the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program of study provides educational preparation for the pharmacy technician occupation by combining classroom experiences with a supervised externship to validate competencies in pharmacy technician knowledge and skills. Graduates of this training program will have learned the basic aspects of pharmacy practice, including reading, filling and distributing prescriptions. They will understand the legal responsibilities of a pharmacy for record maintenance and the handling of various categories of drugs, and they will know basic pharmaceutical calculations, medications, common drug interactions and their side effects and pharmaceutical agents and their uses. In order to work in the field, Pharmacy Technicians are also required to be registered with the Alabama Board of Pharmacy and satisfactorily complete all drug screen and background check requirements. Applicants must complete the State Board application as part of the enrollment process. A list of text books utilized in this training program is included within the supplement to this catalog.

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