Only graduates of Ross Medical Education Center or Ross College’s Medical Assistant program are eligible to apply for this degree.
This program will further prepare students for a role as a medical assistant or for other allied health careers, such as office manager, community outreach worker, and more.
Throughout the program, students will gain an understanding of the US Healthcare Delivery System, learn basic anatomy, and practice administrative and interpersonal skills. Courses such as Critical Thinking, Introduction to Sociology, and Introduction to Psychology will give students the opportunity to learn about a variety of topics that will be useful as they continue their professional development. These skills will be greatly beneficial as they are applicable across allied healthcare careers, which will give graduates of this program the potential to excel in many places.
Additional information students will acquire includes medical terminology, financial recordkeeping, and patient health education. Such program-required courses as Healthcare Information Management, Computer Software Applications in Healthcare, and Medical Law and Ethics will prepare students to become successful medical assistants. Students will complete outside coursework and the program will end with a capstone project.
Being at Ross has completely changed my life. I had just had my son and knew I had to figure out what I wanted to do. My first day at Ross, I knew I wanted to be here. I am so happy I made the leap to be here and am so close to being on the career path I am meant to be on.Gabrianna Lambert Graduate Medical Assistant student at Erlanger, KY campus Graduation: January 18, 2019
I had a great experience at Ross. Everyone was very accommodating and knowledgeable in my field. Every day I walked in, I was greeted with a positive, ready-to-help staff member. Ross provided me with the tools I needed to take the next step in my life and find my forever job. I cannot thank everyone at Ross enough for this fantastic experience. I feel like I walked in as a scared student and I'm leaving as a graduate with lifelong friends.Brittney Wittmer Graduate Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration student at Ontario, OH campus Graduation: March 12, 2019
My name is Alyson Harris. I am currently enrolled in the Medical Assistant course at Ross Medical Education Center. I think Ross Medical Education Center is a wonderful place to learn, not only because of the job preparation and knowledge they give you, but also because of the care from the staff and the close friendships formed that becomes your support system all through your education. The dedication of the instructors to give you the best learning experience possible shows through all the extra work put in to help us succeed in all aspects of the course. Going back to school was a difficult decision for me but Ross has made it so much easier. That is why I would recommend attending any of their programs to anyone just beginning their college education or looking for a career change.Alyson Harris Graduate Medical Assistant student at Brighton, MI campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
Ross has been an amazing journey for me so far. I have learned a lot about the healthcare field and a lot about professionalism. I have gained confidence in myself because of Ross. I truly feel the genuine care that the staff has toward us students. It warms my heart to see the dedication of the instructors and staff on my campus. They all are constantly going over and beyond to make sure we succeed. I am overwhelmed with joy to be a part of the Ross Grand Rapids North Campus, and to gain the tools I need to be able to succeed in the healthcare field.Shanice Hildebrand Graduate Medical Assistant student at Grand Rapids, MI campus Graduation: May 22, 2019
My name is Jason Barton and I graduated from Ross in 2012. I have been privileged since then to be able to help Ross with guest speaking engagements, mock interviews, delivering speeches at the graduation ceremonies, and being an advisory board member. For the last two and a half years, I have been even more privileged to be an instructor here at Ross. I am so thankful to be able to give back to Ross, which has given me so much.Jason Barton Graduate Medical Assistant student at Kalamazoo, MI campus Graduation: December 6, 2012