The core curriculum covers a variety of subjects including:
* Medical practice
* Medical law and ethics
* Medical communications
* Medical records
* Patient preparation
* Basic laboratory procedures and tests
The courses are grouped around knowledge and skills required for administrative and clinical medical assisting; however, courses are not necessarily offered in the sequences in which they appear in the catalog. Also, students will typically, but not always, be taught by more than one instructor during their program of study.
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Students are required to complete a supervised clinical externship at a medical facility that includes competencies, logs and evaluations completed by the student.
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At the completion of the program, graduates who have diligently attended class and their externship, studied, and practiced their skills should have the necessary skills to seek entry-level employment as medical assistants.
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