The Medical Assisting Program at College of Marin provides the opportunity for the development of basic, entry-level skills necessary for employment in a clinical/medical office environment. The program is offered at the Indian Valley Campus. Students may elect to complete an Associate of Science Degree or one of three career certificates: Administrative and Clinical Certificate, Clinical Certificate, or Administrative Certificate. The certificate options require a minimum of two semesters to complete. Students may enter in the fall or spring semester and may take courses on a part-time basis. The AS Degree requires, in addition, the general education courses at the college.Employment Opportunities
Your education provides you with the knowledge and essential skills required to practice in a wide variety of settings. MA's are employed in acute care and long term care hospitals, community agencies, home care agencies, doctor's offices, and clinics. For more information, view the Employment Forecast.Enrollment Procedures
No Medical Assisting program application procedure is required, however it is advisable to make an appointment with the counselor (Letta Hlavachek at 415-485-9432).
MEDA 210L - EXTERNSHIP
THERE ARE SEVERAL DIFFERENT LEVELS OF CPR AND EACH LEVEL HAS INCREASING RESPONSIBILITIES.
CPR CLASSES OFFERED FOR THE COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE DO NOT MEET THE REQUIREMENT.
Transfer & Challenge
The students are provided the opportunity to obtain credit for Medical Assisting courses through "credit by exams".Program Cost Visit link
College of Marin offers a broad program of financial aid to assist students who meet the economic guidelines with their educational expenses.Advisory Committee
An advisory committee composed of health care professionals, and local citizens work with the College in planning the course of study to meet the needs of the community.Other important numbers
Medical Assisting webpage