Award: Certificate of Achievement
Pathway to Associate Degree: Professional Health Studies - Medical Assisting (PHSMO)
Program Location: South Omaha Campus
One of the fastest growing healthcare occupations today is the medical assistant. Medical Assisting is a one-year certificate of achievement designed to give students the knowledge and skills to gain entry level employment as a medical assistant and to function in various capacities in the medical office or healthcare settings.
The Medical Assisting Program at MCC bases the instructional method around three learning Domains: Cognitive- (didactic or theory), Psychomotor-(clinical skills or competencies), and Affective-(how the clinical and administrative skills or competencies affect patients).
This program has special admission requirements. Contact Student Services for more information and to obtain a current admission information packet.
For more information about educational cost, median loan debt, and other important information related to this program, please visit our website at mccneb.edu/Academics/Programs-of-Study/Health-and-Public-Services/Medical-Assisting.aspx.
All required classes for the MDACE degree must have a grade of C or better to graduate from the program.
General Education: 13.5
Additional Requirements: 6.0
Major Requirements: 70.0
Total credit hours required: 89.5