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So you’re thinking about becoming a Medical Assistant?
You’ve thought, “I want a career that’s rewarding and will always have positions available for me.”
Or maybe, “I’d love to be a nurse someday. It would be really amazing to be able to try it out and see if I liked it without having to commit to years in nursing school.”
If any of this sounds familiar, you may be in the right place!
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“BTC’s LPN program didn’t start for another few months, so I went ahead and started the Medical Assistant program to get more nursing experience. This allowed me to get started with school right away because I knew if I didn’t stick to my goal and start now I wouldn’t come back. Plus, the MA program gave me more experience because I learned all about shots and the nursing side, and I got that administrative side of the nursing field.“
-Ashlee Holm, MA Class of 2017 & LPN Class of 2018
- 2019 MA Job Placement Rate
- avg starting hourly wage of 2017 MA grads
- 2020 overall MA Certificate pass rate
- hours spent in externship
Requirements for Program
- General entrance exam
- Background check
- Official High school/GED/College transcript
Academic Associate of Science Degree
The Medical Assistant program is designed to provide the student with fundamental skills that will enable them to function at entry level as a Medical Assistant in the health care setting. The student will possess a broad range of administrative skills to educate patients and support business aspects of the medical organization. The classes listed are not necessarily taught in the sequence shown. The Medical Assistant student will possess the requisite skills and knowledge to obtain a national Medical Assistant certification at the end of course study.
Program Length: 3 Semesters / 47 weeks
- To prepare the student with the knowledge and necessary skill to enter the medical field as a multi-skilled professional assisting in patient care management.
- To develop clinical skills including phlebotomy and clinical fundamentals.
- Acquire knowledge in general education content.
- Doctor’s Office
- Occupational Health Centers
- Long Term Care Facilities