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Associate of Science in Health Science (Medical Administrative Assistant)

Get the training you need for a career as a medical administrative assistant. Professionals in this field may work in physicians’ offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics and nursing homes.

As a UMA student in this online program, you’ll learn how to keep the healthcare system moving forward. That includes learning how to greet patients and get them checked in, schedule appointments, assist with patient insurance claims, perform medical coding and more. Some classes you would take include “Introduction to Medical Administrative Assisting” and “Medical Terminology and Transcription.” UMA provides an engaging online learning experience with personal feedback from instructors, educational videos and live study group sessions. After you graduate, you’ll be prepared to take the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant exam. Typically, students complete this associate degree program in 17 months.*

One-on-one tutoring, pre-interview coaching, job search assistance, alumni services—they’re all included in our competitively priced tuition. Let’s talk about your needs and how UMA can help you succeed as a medical administrative assistant.

*May vary according to individual student.

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