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Medical Assisting Technology (A.A.S)

Medical Assisting Technology
The Medical Assisting Technology Program (MAT) procedures that health care professionals require of medical assistants. Upon graduation, graduates may sit for the CMA (AAMA) exam. MAT students will become competent in cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) domains that will make them a valued part of a health care team. Job shadowing experiences and a 210 hour supervised practicum are included in the program.
Some of these duties include:
• Using computer applications
• Coding and insurance claims submission
• Electronic health records management
• Following HIPAA standards
• Medication administration
• Drawing blood
• Performing Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) waived tests
• Height/Weight/BMI
• Pediatric length and head circumference
• Removal of sutures
• Electrocardiograms
• Preparing patients for X-rays and imaging
Selection for MAT Program
Each MAT course requires a grade of C (2.0) or better. Students must also complete a program application and a series of prerequisites prior to December 1 before enrolling in MAT 1700 and/or MAT 2010.
Fall Semester
MAT 1010 Intro to Medical Assisting     3hrs
MAT 1400 Medical Terminology Med Asst     3hrs
OAT 1210 Keyboarding I     3hrs
BIOS 1030 Human Biology     3hrs
ENG 1510 Writing and Rhetoric I     3hrs


Spring Semester
MAT 1700* Administrative Techniques I     4hrs
MAT 2010* Clinical Techniques I     4hrs
MATH 1200** College Algebra (or Tier I)     4hrs
CTCH 1250 Intro to Computers     3hrs
BIOS 1300 Anatomy and Physiology I     4hrs


Fall Semester
MAT 2020* Clinical Techniques II     4hrs
MAT 2300* Administrative Techniques II     4hrs
MAT 2100* Law & Ethics MA     3hrs
BIOS 1310 Anatomy and Physiology II     4hrs
COMS 1030 Public Speaking     3hrs

Spring Semester
MAT 2000* Pharmacology and Diseases 3hrs
MAT 2920* Practicum 3hrs
PSY 1010 General Psychology 3hrs
HLTH 2170 Hlth Syst Org. Fin and Deliver 3hrs
*designates that the course is only offered semester listed
**MATH 1090, PHIL 1200, or PSY 1110 may be taken in place of MATH 1200
For more information:
Cynthia Boles, CMA
MAT Program Director