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.
My time at Ross College has been nothing but a great experience! Ross has provided me with high-quality classes that I know have prepared me for my future. During my time here, I have created long-lasting relationships with both my peers and staff! I highly recommend individuals come see all that Ross College has to offer!Jade Moore-Jackson Graduate Occupational Therapy Assistant student at Quad Cities, IA campus Graduation: January 25, 2019
Going to Ross was the best decision I have made for myself. I never really liked school, but they helped me build confidence and reach goals I wasn't aware I was capable of. They helped me every step of the way to find the career of my dreams. To me, Ross isn't a school; they're a family. Anyone who is considering Ross as a school should go for it. I guarantee you won't regret it.Anastasia Archer Graduate Medical Assistant student at Port Huron, MI campus Graduation: November 21, 2018
I like Ross for many reasons! Ross has given me the opportunity to expand my knowledge and further my career. Due to what Ross has taught me, when I leave here I will be able to seek employment in the medical field, allowing me to help provide for my family. One of the best things about Ross is the incredible instructors! The teachers genuinely care about your success and work hard to help you accomplish your goals. Fellow students have also been unendingly supportive and helpful. While at Ross I have bettered myself, opened myself up to new opportunities, and made life-long friendships. If you're looking for the next step in your life, Ross could be it!Kimberly Wasdyke Graduate Medical Assistant student at Brighton, MI campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
I thank Ross for everything that they have done, from the first time I stepped foot on their campus. I was so afraid, but not so much of starting school, but afraid of failure. That was my biggest fear until talking with one of the school's administrators. She made me feel so comfortable in becoming a student at Ross. Once I started and met my teachers it became so easy. They took time out to help me when I didn't understand things, which made it that much easier. Once I got to my externship I was so excited yet afraid at the same time. However, where they sent me for my externship is where I wanted to go and upon completion, I am very proud to say that I got hired and I am still working there to this day! Ross helped me with my career so much that I enrolled in the online school for Ross and received my associates degree. It was hard being a full-time mom, employee, and student, but I did it and so can you, thanks to Ross and its amazing team!Shayla Hall Graduate Medical Assistant student at Portage, MI campus Graduation: November 9, 2016
Ross helped me reach and achieve my goals. They helped me stay on track. Even if it was rough, they pushed me to finish.Zaina Carr Graduate Medical Assistant student at Ann Arbor, MI campus Graduation: March 8, 2019