Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College

Become a Medical Assistant through this OCCC Cooperative Alliance program.

  • Overview

    Medical Assistants perform highly technical administrative and clinical tasks to promote efficient operations of the medical office and other health care settings. They may work in the following environments: Physician’s Offices, Medical Offices, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, Billing Companies, Medical Receptionists, and Medical Records. Major hours for this program are earned through successful completion of the CMA-AAMA, CCMA, NCMA, or RMA Prior Learning Assessment certifications.

  • Overview

    Medical Assistants perform highly technical administrative and clinical tasks to promote efficient operations of the medical office and other health care settings. They may work in the following environments: Physician’s Offices, Medical Offices, Hospitals, Insurance Companies, Billing Companies, Medical Receptionists, and Medical Records. Major hours for this program are earned through successful completion of the CMA-AAMA, CCMA, NCMA, or RMA Prior Learning Assessment certifications.

  • Highlights

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

    Earn Prior Learning Assessment credit for your Medical Assistant courses with your CMA-AAMA, CCMA, NCMA, or RMA certification.

  • Degree Options

    Medical Assistant Degree at Oklahoma City Community College

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

  • Courses

    Take your general education and support courses at OCCC. Receive Prior Learning Assessment credit for your Medical Assistant courses with your CMA-AAMA, CCMA, NCMA, or RMA Certification.

  • Faculty

    Since your core courses in Medical Assisting are offered through a Prior Learning Assessment process, no faculty information is available.

  • 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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