2-year Medical Assistant Degree
Did you know many medical assistants spend more time than doctors with patients? Prepare for this rewarding career field with a 2-year degree from Globe University, a leading medical assistant school. In addition to medical assistant training, you will study social sciences, humanities, communication and science, preparation for working with patients and professionals from diverse communities.
Highlights: medical assistant associate degree
This program builds on the rigorous technical training offered in the diploma program, adding general education classes that strengthen critical thinking and communication skills.
- Earn this two-year degree in just 21 months of continuous study.
- Medical courses include ethics, patient care sciences, microbiology, hematology and more.
- Technical training is hands-on, including managing electronic health records, taking X-rays* and performing lab work.
- Practice your medical, lab and office skills in the real world during an externship.
- Prepare for industry certifications examinations.
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Planning for college and your career in medical assisting
The following information may help you make the right decision regarding your future career and the college program that will make it possible:
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Medical assistant program accreditation, CMA exam
Graduation from an approved accredited program is a requirement for taking the CMA (AAMA) exam.
*The X-ray components of the medical assistant curriculum are not offered at Globe University's Wisconsin campuses.
The medical assistant associate degree programs at Globe University and Minnesota School of Business campuses in Appleton, Blaine, Brooklyn Center, Eau Claire, Elk River, Green Bay, La Crosse, Lakeville, Madison East, Madison West, Moorhead, Plymouth, Richfield, Rochester, Shakopee, Sioux Falls, St. Cloud, Wausau and Woodbury are accredited by Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). Please contact the medical assistant program coordinator at your campus for more information.