Clinical Medical Assistant Associate of Applied Science
(AAS) Degree

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Get your degree in as little as 24 months

Free lifetime job placement assistance via our extensive network of medical partners

Free laptop computer to use and keep upon graduation

Hands-on training externship in real-world office environments

HMC pays for your first CCMA certification exam

A great job in a career that needs professionals now!
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Now Accepting Applications for January 9th, 2023 Start Date

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About the A.A.S. Degree

What is an A.A.S. Degree? How can it help me?
Getting your A.A.S. degree means potentially increasing the number of job opportunities available to you, and more importantly, increasing the amount of pay you may receive compared to just getting your diploma.

Does an A.A.S. Degree pay more money in the job market?
The median weekly wages for those with an associate degree is about 18% higher than that of high school graduates. Over the length of a career, that can really add up.

How long does it take to complete my degree?
It takes about 2 years to complete you A.A.S. degree compared to a diploma program, which is usually about 15 months.

Is getting my degree worth it?
The current economy in Hawaii favors workers with some training beyond just a high school diploma. The share of good jobs for people with an associate degrees has been rising steadily over the past 25 years.

Does it cost a lot more?
Not really. An associate degree program will cost a little more since there’s more training involved, but you can potentially see a salary increase because you have your associate degree — which makes it worth it.

CMA AAS Degree Program Courses Include:

100 Career Preparation | 101 Medical Office Procedures | 102 Word Processing Applications | 103 Spreadsheet Applications | 104 Medical Insurance Billing | 105 Psychology | 106 Medical Law and Ethics | 107 Anatomy & Physiology | 108A Medical Terminology I | 108B Medical Terminology II | 201 Pharmacology | 202 Pathophysiology | 211 Basic Clinical Procedures | 311 Advanced Clinical Procedures | 312A Phlebotomy I | 312B Phlebotomy II | 313A ECG I | 313B ECG II | 410 CMA Certification Exam Preparation | 510 Externship | 601 Therapeutic Communication for Health Professionals | 602 Complementary & Alternative Medicine | 701 Healthcare Management | 702 Health Information Management | 801 English Composition I | 802 English Composition II | 803 Speech | 804 Critical Thinking | 805 Sociology | 806 American History | 807 Math for Healthcare Professionals | 808 Applied Psychology

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