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Medical Administrative Assistant

Quick Program Facts

Program Description

In the Medical Administrative Assistant Program, you will take a series of self-paced courses in office technology skills and knowledge that emphasize medical office practices and procedures and their applications.

You will earn CPR certification and gain 112 hours of experience in a working medical clinic by the end of the program.

Finish the Program

You will take a capstone course that includes an exam.

Credentials in Detail

After successfully completing this program, you will receive an Institutional Award and a CPR certification. 

You will also be academically prepared to take the National Healthcareer Association exam for Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA).

Eligibility Requirements & Prerequisites

Background and drug checks are required.

Course List

Check course availability

  1. Go to MyTCCTrack: Search for Courses & Course Sections—Advanced Search.
  2. Under Term, select a Continuing Education (CE) Term.
    • Example: CE Qtr 3 2021 Mar-May
  3. Under Academic Level, choose Continuing Education.
  4. Select Search.
  5. Use the Filter Results menu to help you narrow your search:
    • Under Availability, choose Open Sections Only to find classes that aren't full.
    • Under Subject, choose a subject to further filter the results.

How to Apply

Get started: Apply & register for class

 

Contact

Northeast Campus

Harry Johnson, Ed.D.
Program Coordinator

Call 817-515-6997

Email harry.johnson@tccd.edu

Northeast Campus

Stacy Liebel
Career Technical Education (CTE) Student Support Specialist

Call 817-515-6718

Email stacy.liebel@tccd.edu

Updated August 03, 2021