Only graduates of Ross Medical Education Center or Ross College’s Dental Assistant program are eligible to apply for this degree.
Students will further prepare themselves for their careers by learning fundamental skills that will apply in a dental office.
Students will have the opportunity to learn from allied healthcare professionals and receive instruction on a variety of topics such as the US Healthcare Delivery System, human anatomy and physiology, terminology, epidemiology, and pharmacology. Learning these topics will help students prepare for a career as a dental assistant, dental office manager, or patient service representative.
Other useful and versatile skills students will learn include administrative, customer service, and interpersonal skills. Learning these concepts will assist graduates to become well-rounded professionals throughout their careers. Courses for the Dental Assistant Specialist program include Core Concepts in Health, Lifespan Development, Computer Fundamentals, and Introduction to Communication.
Throughout the program, students will complete outside coursework, and the program will culminate in a capstone project that will allow students to demonstrate what they’ve learned in the course of their studies.
I chose Pharmacy Technician because I love to help others, and there is great job security in my field. I love Ross College because it feels like family!Brandi Burrell Graduate Pharmacy Technician student at Sylvania, OH campus Graduation: May 8, 2019
I never thought that I could accomplish going back to school at the age of 47, but I did it and now it has come to an end. I have enjoyed the Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration class and have learned a lot from my instructor and my classmates. My instructor helped me in so many ways. I would recommend to anyone to invest in the Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration class.Robin Myers Graduate Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration student at Lafayette, IN campus Graduation: February 26, 2019
I have never been good at school, so thinking about taking classes again made me very anxious and unsure if this was what I even really wanted. I feel confident that I made the right decision. The instructors really care about you and your academic goals. They do everything they can to help guide you through your Medical Assistant journey. Without their support, I would have really struggled to want to stick with the program. So, a huge THANK YOU to Ebony Whitney for your unconditional support and all the extra time you spent helping me!Gena Hicks Graduate Dental Assistant student at Fort Wayne, IN campus Graduation: March 27, 2019
Ross Medical Education Center is a very good school. The entire staff is extremely helpful. There is a lot of hands-on material in each module. The teachers in the Medical Assisting program are amazing and we are learning a lot.Brisilda Malcellari Graduate Medical Assistant student at Canton, MI campus Graduation: July 19, 2019
I've been to two other colleges and didn't feel like I was excelling, so I left and came to Ross and it was the best thing I've ever done. I'm graduating in two days and will be starting my career in medical assisting.Bria Jeffries Graduate Medical Assistant student at Madison Heights, MI campus Graduation: January 16, 2019