Earn your degree online through medical career training classes with Ross College.
Build the skills to begin your healthcare career by earning your Associate of Applied Science degree with Ross. The convenience of an online degree program means you can start on the path toward an allied health career with a quality education from the comfort of your home.
Each degree program is designed to help you become a more successful professional, with fundamentals such as administrative office work, effective communication, and computer basics taught as part of every program. The specific degree programs will instruct you on more specialized skill sets to help you grow in your chosen path.
Learn foundational skills for a career in human, social, and health services like an overview of community health services and best practices for supervision and management. You can choose to participate in the Patient Services Representative concentration.
Gain the knowledge you need to work in an administrative role in the allied healthcare field with instruction on medical terminology, patient education and workplace safety, and medical office procedures.
Learn medical office management skills, like insurance billing and filing, effective business principles and business communication, and business math, accounting, and financial record-keeping skills from experienced professionals.
Prepare for a career in medical billing and administration by gaining proficiency in administrative office skills, financial record keeping, and insurance filing and coding, along with fundamental skills like customer service and communication.
If you have already completed a Medical Assistant certification program, continue your education by learning more in-depth knowledge and skills. If you choose, you can select a concentration: Electronic Medical Records, Patient Experience, or Medical Scribe.
All Ross online degree programs are 75 weeks long, with the exception of the Medical Assistant Associate of Applied Science degree completion program.
I love the staff and how helpful and understanding everyone is. I came to Ross at the age of 28 ready for a fresh start. Everyone was ready to help me succeed in my goals. This is the first time I have felt accomplished. Coming to Ross gave me the fresh start I was looking for.Lucinda Smeal Graduate Dental Assistant student at Erlanger, KY campus Graduation: August 7, 2019
Ross has helped me to pursue my career as a Pharmacy Technician with great instructors who take the time to help you succeed in every aspect.Lovonia Weatherspoon Graduate Pharmacy Technician student at Ontario, OH campus Graduation: May 8, 2019
Ross is a school of excellence. With Ross, the opportunities are endless. Being enrolled here among staff and classmates is truly an honor.Yasmean Nasser Graduate Medical Insurance Billing and Office Administration student at Taylor, MI campus Graduation: January 14, 1999
I chose Ross Medical Education Center to better my life for myself and my children. They have several courses to choose from. From the moment I walked through the doors, I could tell they had a very professional, encouraging, and caring staff to help me succeed. Since day one they've been understanding and kind in all the situations life has dealt me through this exciting journey. Ross has changed my life by allowing me to find the part of myself that has been locked away. Strength. Because of their support, I have pushed myself to be better not only in school but in life. It has given me confidence and courage I didn't know I had. I feel secure in life knowing they have my back and I now have the ability to have my own career and never have to depend on anyone. By making the decision to come to Ross, I've changed my tomorrow today.Jessica Walker Graduate Medical Assistant student at Owensboro, KY campus Graduation: April 24, 2019
I began my journey of becoming a medical assistant at the age of 49 years young. I chose Ross in Portage and my instructors were polar opposites but they both had my success and best interest at heart. I am now a medical assistant at one of the major hospitals in the area, working in orthopedics. Ross helped me have a successful career because they trained me to be the best I could be. Thank you, Ross, for allowing me to be part of your family.Kimberly Garner Graduate Medical Assistant student at Portage, MI campus Graduation: November 3, 2017