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 really enjoyed getting to talk to and interact with other students and getting to work with my instructors.Mary Tate Graduate Online - Medical Office Management student at Ross College Online campus Graduation: November 27, 2018
Before I joined Ross, I lost my job, my car, and I lost a child. I came to the conclusion that I was tired of being broke and working dead end jobs that I didn't enjoy doing. I wanted to do something I enjoyed and got paid to do because I take pride in my work. I always have to consider my 5 year old daughter when I make my life decisions, because she's been with me through all the struggles within the past five years. This time around I just had a talk with God. I asked him what I was destined for. That's how I ended up at Ross Medical. I am enrolled in the medical assistant program. I want to be a Phlebotomist and EKG Technician. The teachers and advisers are awesome! They are very fluent, vocal, and hands on when it comes to helping their students be successful. I enjoy coming to school every day. When I'm having a rough day, everyone is so welcoming, warming, family oriented, and understanding. Ross makes me happy. I appreciate and thank you ALL.Keturah Roberson Graduate Medical Assistant student at Saginaw, MI campus Graduation: January 17, 2019
Ross has allowed me to follow my goals with a campus that wants me to succeed. I have grown more confident in my ability to meet the standards of an MA. This is a school that sees excellence and greatness in of all its students.Tierra Barden Graduate Medical Assistant student at Ann Arbor, MI campus Graduation: April 5, 2019
My experience at Ross Medical Education Center was very AMAZING! I learned so many things that I never knew about the human body and how it functions. I also learned how to do everything that is required in the medical assistant program to have a chance to go to extern to be able to get more of the hands-on feeling of how things are. The instructors and students are very friendly and very helpful in everyway!Carlissa Davis Graduate Medical Assistant student at Huntsville, AL campus Graduation: January 18, 2019
I would highly recommend Ross Medical Education Center to others around the Knoxville area. I feel like I have built a great relationship with the other students and the instructors. I love the fact that they have small classes so you get more hands on and one-on-one attention in areas you may struggle with. I love knowing that I walked in the building not knowing anyone and walked out making some great friends and having people there to support me even after graduating. I love all the staff here, they will go out of their way to do anything to help you out in any way possible. I am most definitely going to be telling others who are interested in the medical field that this is a school they should attend because they will get everything they need to succeed in life and meet some amazing people on their journey.Louisa Palmer Graduate Medical Assistant student at Knoxville, TN campus Graduation: October 28, 2019