Medical Administrative Assistant Associate Degree

As a student in the Associate of Applied Sciences in medical administrative assistant program at Globe University, you will dive into a curriculum that not only prepares you for the diverse duties of health care administrative professionals, but also the necessary clerical skills required in an office environment.

You can complete the medical administrative assistant associate degree in as few as 18 months of full-time, year-round classes.

As part of the Associate of Applied Science in medical administrative assistant program, your course curriculum will cover health care administration topics such as:

  • Medical administrative procedures
  • Medical record transcription
  • Coding and billing processes
  • Medical terminology

The program curriculum also features overarching administrative skills, including:

  • Microsoft Office training
  • Written and verbal communications

Health care organizations need administrative specialists who can streamline the flow of organization and oversee office management. Globe University’s medical administrative assistant associate program is the fast track to the field.

Medical administrative assistant students take part in Globe University’s many benefits, including:

  • Individual attention through small class sizes
  • Instructors with relevant industry expertise
  • Financial aid professionals, versed in grants and scholarships
  • Career assistance from career service professionals
  • Hands-on experiences through applied-learning student projects

This program is offered at:

Minnesota

Wisconsin

South Dakota

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Career Outlook

US Bureau of Labor Statistics projected
employment growth rates for 2014-2024

Secretaries and Administrative Assistants
10th Percentile Salary $22,610
25th Percentile Salary $27,070
50th Percentile Salary $33,040

This annual salary is taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for this job title. The 10th percentile indicates the bottom 10 percent of earners make less than that figure annually; the 25th percentile means the bottom quarter of workers earn less than the number; and the 50th percentile shows the medium income for the profession.