Lake Michigan College offers certificate and associate degree programs for Medical Office Systems students. The certificate program is good for gaining entry into the field of being a medical office assistant. The degree program provides more in-depth training and positions graduates to not only enter the field but be better prepared for promotion opportunities when they arise.
Many students who earned a certificate in Medical Office Systems at LMC return to complete their associate degree.Certificate ProgramUpon completion of LMC's 30-credit Medical Office Systems program, you will be awarded a Certificate in Applied Business/Medical Office Assistant. This program can be completed in one year on a full-time basis or over a longer period of time, based on the pace you choose as a part-time student. You may apply these credits to LMC's associate degree program.Associate Degree ProgramWhen you graduate from LMC's Medical Office Systems degree program, you will earn an Associate of Applied Business degree. You can complete the 61-credit program in two years by taking a full-time credit load over four semesters. As a part-time student, you can complete the program at a pace that works best with your schedule.Transferring to Other Schools After completing the LMC Medical Office Systems program, you can continue your education by earning a bachelor degree. Siena Heights University on LMC Napier Avenue Campus offers a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree. Siena will accept up to 90 credits from LMC to apply toward the degree. For more information, contact Siena Heights University at (269) 927-6711.
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