Medical Assisting

Looking to begin your career in Medical Assisting as soon as possible? We don’t blame you!

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of medical assistants is projected to grow 29 percent from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations.

The 9-month to one year certificate program offered through Bay State College’s Evening Division, is designed to get you into the career you’ve been dreaming about as soon as possible.

The Medical Assisting (MA) certificate program prepares graduates to work as medical assistants within a medical office or specialty practice. This is congruent with the mission of Bay State College, which is to provide students with a quality education that prepares them for professional careers and increasing levels of higher education.

Courses are designed to prepare students for the national certification exams like the Medical Assisting Registration Exam (RMA) of the American Medical Technologists (AMT). The program enables graduates to enter the health care field empowered with the professional skills and theory necessary to make clinical judgments in a variety of medical settings.

The certificate program is also designed so students who would like to further their education can transfer all 29 credits into the 2-year Associate Degree in Health Studies.

FAQ

Does your school offer Financial Aid?

Answer

Yes, each student will work individually with their Admissions rep and tuition planner. Over 85% of Bay State College students receive some form of Financial Aid.  The College offers several types of scholarships  and grants.