In this article, we will provide you with a list of possible medical assistant programs you can apply to in Kansas. Listed alphabetically, this list will also include a blurb about each school that talks about the program’s tuition cost, course length, and whether it’s a diploma program or provides students with an Associate’s degree.

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Medical Assisting Program
600 Roosevelt
Coffeyville, KS – 67337

The medical assistant program at Coffeyville is a two-year associate’s degree program. Any classes that you take will be held in the daytime. The program itself will cost students $5,000.

It should be noted, too, that in addition to other courses you need to take, you will also be required to complete 18 hours of general education.

At the conclusion of your program, students will have to partake in an externship, where you will be asked to essentially show off and develop your administrative and clinical skills at a medical facility.

2800 South Rock Road
Wichita, KS 67210

At Heritage, you can earn a diploma in medical assisting. But what’s great about the program in Wichita is that it’s technically called an “X-Ray Medical Technician – Medical Assistant” program.

It’s essentially what it sounds like—an opportunity for students to well versed and trained in things like diagnostic test and patient intake, as well as limited scope X-Ray’s and X-Ray film assessment.

Medical Assisting Program
10310 Mastin St
Overland Park , KS – 66212-5451

At NAU, you will be able to earn an Associate’s degree in medical assisting. The school prepares its students to enter the work force and acquire an entry-level medical assisting job.

Medical Assisting Program
7309 East 21 Street
Suite G-40
Wichita, KS – 67206

Regarding NAU, it should also be noted that the school offers on-campus or online training—but it depends on the program itself, as well as availability. Sometimes, the school offers a combination of the two.

Medical Assisting Program
1209 Harrison St
PO Box 668
Goodland, KS – 67735-3441

Northwest Kansas Tech offers students flexibility when it comes to their medical assistant education, which is nice. For example, you will be able to earn either a Technical Certificate in Medical Assisting, or stay in school longer and earn an Associate’s degree.

If you want the degree, you will need to complete 10 credit hours of general education courses that are approved. If that’s something you’re interested in, then you will be on your path towards earning a certificate.

If you’re a full-time student, tuition will cost you $8,200. Room and board will be another $3,150. Then, there’s fees for things like books, tools, supplies, and even an iPad, all of which students will be asked to pay for.

947 New Hampshire
Lawrence, KS 66045

The medical assistant program at WellSpring can be completed in just ten months time. What’s also nice, too, is that the school understands that you may be a busy person and might even have a family.

Because of this, classes are in session only 2.5 times per week. Class begins promptly at 8:30 am, and concludes at 5:30 pm, much like a typical 9-5 job.

Aside from the certificate program lasting 40 weeks, you should also know that tuition and fees will cost you $13,000. You can expect that books and other related supplies swill be an additional $400.

Medical Assisting Program
Southside Educational Center
4501 East 47th Street South
Wichita, KS – 67210-1651

At WATC, students can enroll in a medical assisting program to earn either a Technical Certificate, which can take approximately one year to complete, or stay an additional year and walk away with an Associate’s degree.

The certificate program, which can take about nine months to complete, will cost you $7,634 for tuition. Books and supplies will of course be extra, with WATC setting the cost at $1,718.

One thing should also be noted, too. At some schools, the program will state that students can technically complete it within a set time frame, but that doesn’t mean that just because a program is designed to be completed within a handful of months that most students actually graduate within that time.

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Disclaimer: All information, statistics, data, guidelines, and requirements regarding each school or program listed above was originally found on the respective school or program’s official website in 2014 and can often be estimates.   Any or all schools or programs can change their information, statistics, data, guidelines, or requirements at any time without warning.  While we do our best to keep information on this page up-to-date, some or all information listed above may have changed or may no longer be accurate.  Please do you own due diligence and research before inquiring about or applying to any school or program.