Medical Administrative Assisting

Medical Administrative Assisting Concentration
Michelle Boller, Director

Medical administrative assistants are trained to effectively greet patients, supervise office personnel, schedule appointments, post charges and payments, submit insurance claims using current coding procedures, maintain patient records, calculate payroll, create and update the office procedures manual, assist in improving work flow and office efficiencies, and transcribe letters and patient chart notes.

Students successfully completing the program are awarded the Associate of Applied Science degree. Students may enter either autumn or spring semester.

Students entering autumn semester may complete the program in four semesters as outlined below.  Students entering spring should meet with advisor prior to selecting courses.

Medical Administrative Assisting Curriculum

The University of Montana catalog details degree specific credits and course requirements. The Curriculum Sequence suggests a semester-by-semester plan for students to complete the program.

Program Listing
Degree Type
Medical Administrative Assisting, UM Catalog Associate of Applied Science
Medical Administrative Assisting, Curriculum Sequence