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 have loved my time here. I have gained so much knowledge in this field. It has made me prepared and excited to start my career in an office in Michigan!Sierra Fisher Graduate Dental Assistant student at Sylvania, OH campus Graduation: March 19, 2019
I love the VA program. We are all like a big family. The instructor is amazing!Danielle Gonzalez Graduate Veterinary Assistant student at Canton, MI campus Graduation: May 8, 0019
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
Ms Bishoff has by far been the best instructor I have ever had for any class. She makes everyone feel very comfortable and welcome, and she always makes class interesting and enjoyable. She has a fantastic personality and really knows the material she is teaching.Meghan Crowley Graduate Dental Assistant student at New Baltimore, MI campus Graduation: May 28, 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