The goal of MNTC's Medical Assisting Program is to prepare competent entry-level medical assistants in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains. Students also learn to perform administrative and clinical duties such as: taking medical histories, recording vital signs, patient education, medical coding, appointment scheduling, billing, and administering medications. Skill performance can vary according to state law.
Over the past five years, the Moore Norman Technology Center Medical Assisting Program has received a 100% graduate satisfaction rating.
- Who can attend?
- Class Times
- Credentials Available
- Gainful Employment
|Medical Law and Ethics|
|Professional and Patient Relations|
|Technical Anatomy and Physiology|
|Clinical Procedures I|
|Administrative Medical Office Procedures|
|Medical Assistant Applications|
|Clinical Procedures II|
|Medical Office Laboratory Procedures|
|Medical Assistant Pharmacology|
|Medical Insurance & Coding|
|Medical Assisting Simulation|
|Medical Assisting Externship|
|Total Class Hours: 1050|
After successful completion of the Medical Assisting Program, students will be eligible to test for certification or registration from the following credentialing organizations:
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) (American Association of Medical Assistants)
Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) (American Medical Technologists)
Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA) (National Center for Competency Testing)
Certified Medical Assistant (CCMA) (National Healthcareer Association)
Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CMAC) (American Medical Certification Association)
- Completion & Positive Placement Rate
- Potential Occupations
- Potential Wages
- Career Profile
- On-Time Adult Completion Rate: 81.8%
- Positive Placement Rate: 100%
Positive Placement Rate includes Military, Continuing Education and all Employment, related or not related. The rate information provided below is based on the most current data available.
A: Yes, clinicals are required. Students are required to provide their own transportation to their assigned clinical location. Clinical work varies by location across the Oklahoma City metro.
A: Refer to the "Prerequisites" tab above.
A: Yes. All students and staff must wear an MNTC badge while on campus. Pictures for badges are taken during the registration process.
A: They are not required for the course, however, they are useful to have at home for practice. We do not allow students to take our equipment home.
A: The program is 1185 hours. It will take a year (two semesters) to complete if you go full-time or two years (four semesters) if you go part-time.
A: Generally, there is a maximum of 18 students in our class.
A: Refer to the "expenses" tab above.
A: This long-term program is not available in the evening. You might consider one of our short-term health classes or programs!
A: For this program, you will need to speak with an MNTC Career Advisor. Set up your free career advisement today!
A: Refer to the "Potential Occupations" tab above.
A: Medical Assisting is an Acceptance Career Program and has unique application requirements. Please call (405) 801-5000 before applying.
A: Refer to the "Credentials Available" tab above.
A: The scrubs are Royal Blue and may be purchased online or at any retail uniform store. Leave tags on and have scrubs and shoes approved on the first day of class.
A: Refer to the "cost" tab above.
A: Refer to the "potential occupations" tab above.
A: Testing information is available during your meeting with an MNTC Career Advisor.
A: All immunizations and TB tests are due the first day of class. The Flu immunization may be obtained prior to November 1, of the school year.
A: Refer to the "class times" tab above.
A: Affordable Quality Care is one suggestion. Call (405) 801-5400 for more information.