Medical Assisting (CTMA2)
In this program, students will develop comprehensive skills in managing both administrative and clinical duties such as coding, scheduling, arranging for laboratory services, instructing patients about medication and special diets and drawing blood. This program is designed to prepare professional multi-skilled individuals for employment in physician's offices, medical clinics, laboratories and other ambulatory health care facilities. Graduates will be prepared to sit for the medical assisting certification exam.
High school diploma or GED
1. Students may be required to have a criminal background check and/or fingerprinting
prior to the start of their clinical experience as requested by clinical facilities.
2. Completed health history form (physical examination)
3. Negative TB skin test
4. Current health insurance
5. Current BLS/CPR certification
6. Complete all courses with a minimum grade of "C"
- Total Credits Required