Below are the five Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) accredited schools in New Jersey that offer medical assistant programs. You must graduate from one of these (or one of the accredited medical assistant programs offered elsewhere) in order to be eligible to take the last exam to complete your CMA Certification; the National American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) Exam.
More CMA Info for New Jersey:
Medical Assistant Schools in New Jersey
|Medical Assistant Programs in New Jersey||Accreditation Status|
|Bergen Community College|
|Raritan Valley Community College|
|Sussex County Community College|
|Warren County Community College|
What to Know About CMA Schools in New Jersey
There are a number of considerations whenever finding medical assistant schools. Here is a short list of a few of the most essential aspects to consider as you browse for your medical assistant college:
- Size of the CMA college
- Pass rates of the CMA (AAMA) exam
- In-class and research facilities
- Program prices and prospective possibilities for financial assistance
- School admission criteria
As you bring these medical assistant school aspects into consideration, it can be worthwhile to chat with present day university students as well as former students of the CMA colleges of interest. Also, finding organizations which have hired these students may provide you additional insight to each school’s strengths & weaknesses.