Can I become a medical assistant with a bachelor's degree?
In rare circumstances it’s possible for current bachelor’s degree holders in unrelated fields to find work as a medical assistant without earning a medical assisting-specific education.
You will be better prepared to compete for jobs after you complete courses specific to medical assisting, earn a diploma or degree, and get certified. You may be able to transfer credit from prior college learning into our program—please contact our admissions department for more information.
Learn more about how to become a medical assistant