Medical Office Assistant (CTMAS)
This program has been replaced by Medical Office Assistant (Clinical) Certificate (CTMOS). Students currently enrolled need to complete it by the end of the Spring/Summer 2015 semester.
If you have questions about this program please contact a program advisor or contact a general student advisor.
This program prepares the student for entry-level positions in doctors' offices, clinics, hospitals, pharmaceutical or insurance companies, or public health facilities where health information is prepared, analyzed, and retrieved. The student learns to perform receptionist duties, prepare charts and reports, schedule and bill patients, code and submit bills to insurance companies, and perform some patient-care duties such as sterilizing instruments and taking vital signs. This certificate is not an AAMA certification preparation program.
- Business/Computer Technologies
- Business Office Systems Dept
- Contact Dean if you have questions.
|BOS 101C||Advanced Keyboarding||1|
|BOS 157||Word Processing and Document Formatting I||3|
|BOS 210||Medical Transcription||3|
|BOS 223||Medical Office Procedures||3|
|BOS 224||Medical Office Insurance and Billing||4|
|HSC 101||Healthcare Terminology||1|
|HSC 115||Clinical and Lab Procedures for Office Assistants||3|
- Total Credits Required
Gainful Employment Disclosures
- Tuition & Fees
- Books & Supplies
- Total Cost
Length of Program
- Intended time to complete
- 3 semesters
- graduates who completed on time
Careers Related to this Program
- Job placement rate
Median Program Graduate Debt
- Federal Loans
- Private Educational Loans
- Institution Financing Plan
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