Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College

Become a Medical Assistant through this OCCC Cooperative Alliance program.

  • Overview

    Studying to become a Medical Assistant through Oklahoma City Community College’s Cooperative Alliance with Francis Tuttle, Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers gives you the opportunity to work in medical offices and other health care settings.

    An associate degree in the Medical Assistant program will lead you directly into the job market. Medical Assistants perform administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of health practitioners running smoothly. They update and file patients’ records, fill out insurance forms and arrange for hospital admissions and laboratory services.

    The Medical Assistant program is accredited by the American Association of Medical Assistants and Council on Accreditation of Health Education Programs.

  • Overview

    Studying to become a Medical Assistant through Oklahoma City Community College’s Cooperative Alliance with Francis Tuttle, Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers gives you the opportunity to work in medical offices and other health care settings.

    An associate degree in the Medical Assistant program will lead you directly into the job market. Medical Assistants perform administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of health practitioners running smoothly. They update and file patients’ records, fill out insurance forms and arrange for hospital admissions and laboratory services.

    The Medical Assistant program is accredited by the American Association of Medical Assistants and Council on Accreditation of Health Education Programs.

  • Highlights

    In your Medical Assistant classes taught at Francis Tuttle, Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers, you’ll learn:

    • To perform highly technical administrative and clinical tasks
    • To promote efficient operations of a medical office
    • To work in physicians’ offices, medical offices, hospitals, insurance companies, billing companies, medical receptionists and medical records

    At Oklahoma City Community College, you’ll take core academic classes in English, math, history and more.

  • Degree Options

    Medical Assistant Degree at Oklahoma City Community College

    With OCCC’s Cooperative Alliance Medical Assistant program, you could earn:

    • An associate degree in applied science in Medical Assistant: In this degree program you will:
      • Apply for admission to the program through one of the three technology centers
      • Take your Medical Assistant courses at Francis Tuttle, Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers
      • Complete all your general education requirements at OCCC
  • Courses

    Medical Assistant Courses at Francis Tuttle, Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers Through Oklahoma City Community College

    In addition to your general education requirements, you’ll take these Medical Assistant classes:

    • Medical Terminology
    • Clinical Procedures I and II
    • Technical Human Anatomy and Physiology
    • Medical Assistant Applications
    • Medical Law and Ethics
    • Medical Insurance and Coding
    • Pharmacology for Medical Assistants
    • Medical Informatics
    • Administration and Medical Office Procedures
    • Medical Assistant Simulation
    • Medical Assistant Externship
    • Medical Office Laboratory Procedures

    Visit OCCC’s online course catalog for full details on Medical Assistant classes and more information about Cooperative Alliance programs.

  • Faculty
    Medical Assistant Faculty

    Since your core courses in Medical Assistant are offered at Francis Tuttle, Metro Tech and Moore Norman Technology Centers, you’ll learn from the faculty at those institutions.

  • After OCCC

    With an associate degree, you will be ready to become a medical assistant and work in medical offices and other health care settings.

    Medical assistants perform administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of health practitioners running smoothly. They update and file patients’ records, fill out insurance forms and arrange for hospital admissions and laboratory services.




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