The Medical Assisting graduate will be able to apply the fundamental knowledge base acquired in medical assisting courses to safely, efficiently and accurately perform clinical and administrative competencies.
The Medical Assisting student will use knowledge gained in interrelationship and social science courses to assist him/her in being able to communicate with patients and other members of their healthcare team with sensitivity to cultural, legal and ethical implications.
The Medical Assisting student will integrate knowledge gained in medical assisting courses to prepare for and assist with medical emergencies.
The Medical Assisting student will use technology skills, including computer hardware and software, in the performance of clinical and administrative competencies.
The Medical Assisting student will employ appropriate medical terminology to communicate professionally and accurately in the clinic setting, both verbally and in their documentation.
The Medical Assisting student will demonstrate professionalism in all of their courses and as they relate to the practice of medical assisting on their personal, institutional, local, state and national levels.
The Medical Assisting student will be prepared to enter the profession competently, as entry-level medical assistants in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains.