Texas Community Colleges

 Medical Administrative Assistant

 
Program Overview

The Medical Administrative Assistant Program at Western Texas College is ideal for students interested in acquiring the skills needed to succeed in today’s competitive medical office environment. 

Program Highlights

Upon completion of courses, students will take the National Healthcareer Association certification exam to earn the following national certification: Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA).

Degrees & Certificates Offered

The Medical Administrative Assistant Program offers the Associate of Applied Science Degree and a one-year certificate.

Career Opportunities & Outlook

WTC prepares students for a variety of exciting entry-level medical office support positions such as medical billing, medical records, and medical clinic management. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, most positions will see growth through 2030, including Medical Information Clerks (2%) and Medical Records Specialists (9%). 

Take the Next Step

Take the next step to start your career as a Medical Administrative Assistant by following the Steps to Apply at wtc.edu/newstudentchecklist. View the course catalog to see the course descriptions for the program. Download the White Paper for information on the go!

For more information on applying to the program, please contact:

Shawn Fonville
Dean of Career & Technical Education
(325) 574-7645
sfonville@wtc.edu

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