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Associate of Science in Medical Assisting

Are you interested in medical assisting schools, but haven’t yet found a medical assisting program right for you? The Associate of Science in Medical Assisting degree program at South University can be the first step toward a career of delivering healthcare treatment as a core member of the medical team. The curriculum places emphasis on the mastery of your clinical and administrative skills, which is reinforced by a 200-hour, unpaid clinical externship in a medical office where you practice the skills and knowledge you learn in the classroom.

Our two-year associate’s Medical Assisting degree program includes study in:

  • clinical and laboratory procedures.
  • anatomy and physiology.
  • medical terminology.
  • medical office administration.

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