MAS Program Legnth

With 619 theory clock hours, 135 lab hours and 266 externship hours, the Medical Assistant program has a total of 1020 clock hours. The student may well complete the program in a minimum time frame of 44 weeks (11 months).

MAS Employment Career Opportunities

Competent graduates of the Medical Assistant program, and registered by ARMA, will have achieved the necessary technical employable value to work in entry-level positions in Private Practices, Medical Clinics, Hospitals, Insurance, HMOs, Independent Diagnostic & Test Facilities, Nursing Homes, Laboratories, X Ray Centers, Chiropractic, Orthopedic offices, Medical Billing Centers, and Diagnostic Centers among other health medical areas.

School Participation in Title IV Funds Programs

Advance Science College is approved by the Department of Education to participate in the Federal Student Financial Assistance (FSA) Programs. Our school integrity, the rigorous enforcement of our ACCSC standards, and the school compliance with the student financial aid programs guarantees that Advance Science College: does not misrepresent information of our vocational program, nor the costs and the outcomes of our programs, and does not does not perform any form of student recruiting or advertising practice that unduly induces students to apply for financial aid in our institution.

To be considered for federal student aid (for those who qualify), a student must complete a FAFSA, which collects financial, and other information used to calculate the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) and to confirm eligibility through computer matches with other agencies. The school’s financial department will explain to the applicant all the procedure in detail. No fee will be charged for filling or processing the FAFSA form.



Medical Assistant

Experts warn there won't be enough doctors to treat the millions of people newly insured under the law. At current graduation and training rates, the nation could face a shortage of as many as 150,000 doctors and 450,000 medical support technicians in the next 15 years, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. The growth of the medical industry is proportional to the growth of society, which is followed by the need of professional support personnel, therefore, the school’s Medical Assistant (MAS) program responds to today's critical need of professional medical personnel for supporting primary health doctors, assisting them in their daily routines and taking part in a variety of duties and procedures depending on doctor’s need or specialization.

Thanks to the school’s Program Advisory Committee (PAC) directives and responding to direct requests from Health Industry administrators since 2003, the School MAS program curriculum prepares graduates to meet the latest demands and technical challenges in today’s medical work place. This PAC supervised curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary for working in compliance with today’s U.S. medical health industry.

The American Registry of Medical Assistants (ARMA) board of Directors, having examined ASI’s curriculum for the Medical Assistant program has accepted our school as one of its affiliates since 2005. As a result, students that successfully complete and graduate from ASI’s Medical Assistant program become recognizable Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) after completing the application process which includes sending a copy of School Diploma and HIV/Aids Certificate; without taking any further test examinations.

According to School Annual Reports to ACCSC regarding Medical Assistant Program Outcomes:

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According to School financial stimulus in order to battle extended U.S. economic crisis:

  • There is no Median Loan Debt incurred by students for the MAS program.
  • There is financial aid for those that qualify .

MAS SOC CODE: 31-9092
MAS CIP CODE: 51.0801

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