Medical Office Administration (MOA) Program Online
Get the Skills to Be a Medical Office Assistant in as little as 64 Weeks
The CD-ED Medical Office Administration Diploma Program provides the practical skills and industry support it takes to pursue a rewarding healthcare office career, in the flexible and convenient CD-ED Distance Learning format.
Applicants to this program must have a high school diploma or GED. If you do not have your high school diploma or GED, click here for more information on resources in your province.
Successful Medical Office Administration (MOA) graduates are employed in a variety of interesting locations, including:
- Private Physician’s Practices
- Dental Offices
- Optometrist & other Specialists’ Offices
- Medical Clinics
- Insurance CompaniesGovernment Departments
As a Medical Office Administrator, you’re the one who keeps the offices of doctors, chiropractors and other healthcare professionals running smoothly. Medical Office Administrators interact with patients, manage records and billing, oversee office procedures and contribute to the efficiency and overall patient experience in a medical setting.
This is career-focused education. You won’t spend time working through electives or irrelevant content designed to drag out the program and drive up costs. Your program is tailored around you and getting into a rewarding professional position, without spending a ton of time and money sitting in a classroom.
MOA graduates are skilled in:
- Office practices
- Medical Terminology
- Medical Transcription
The program is led by experienced medical administration professionals. As a student you benefit from firsthand industry knowledge of what employers expect and what it’s really like to work as a Medical Office Administrator.
You’ll feel confident moving into a professional healthcare setting after completing this 64 week program.
Microsoft Certification – Paid for by CD-ED
Getting familiar with Microsoft Office is a big part of the MOA training. As you complete each Microsoft Office-based module, you’ll feel fully prepared for the corresponding Microsoft certification test. Plus, you’ll receive a voucher from CD-ED to cover the cost of the exam.
If you feel unsure of your current computer skills, don’t worry. Instructors will work with you at your pace.
Are You Career Training Ready? Find Out!
Take the CD-ED “Career Training Readiness Quiz”
The fun, online quiz takes 3-minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you’re best suited for.
Get Your Career Training Readiness score now.
About Distance Education & Learning Online
Online Education has grown enormously over the past 10 years and is recognized by employers as equivalent to traditional classroom training. The CD-ED program includes all the theory and practical training of traditional learning, without the set schedule, costly commute or rigid lesson plans of traditional learning.
But it’s not right for everyone.
Online Learning requires discipline and time management skills. We recommend students be able to devote 20 hours per week to their program.
I really enjoyed my time at CD-ED. All the teachers were absolutely wonderful - they were eager to help, whilst also being there for help. Sometimes in a bigger class the teacher is overwhelmed by the amount of students and aren’t able to sit with them one on one, but if the teachers at CD-ED weren’t available at first call you could be certain they would be back to you within the day, I personally heard within hours. The same could be said about email and getting back your grades. The material was challenging enough to keep you on your toes and not make you bored, but not so much that you would lose motivation. Being a stay at home mom with still a lot of other things on my plate, the load wasn’t overwhelming. You could also go to your teachers for motivation, and to keep your schedule on track. I would absolutely recommend CD-ED to anyone. It was an amazing time.
20 hrs/wk, 64 Weeks, 1280 Hours
|1-7||126||COC 104||Microsoft Word|
|8-14||126||MOA 101||Microsoft Access|
|15-21||126||ENG 102||Business Communications|
|23-32||180||MED 102||Medical Office Procedures|
|33-48||272||MED 101||Medical Terminology|
|49-64||272||MED 103||Medical Transcription|
Required For Enrollment: All applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent prior to enrollment. For any questions about eligibility, please call 1-866-369-6050 to speak with a knowledgeable CD-ED Admissions Representative.
Online Services & Community Learning
As a CD-ED student, you may be learning on your own schedule – but you’re far from on your own. Our student website ensures that you’ll never feel alone, with access to course-wide discussions, live chats and a private messaging system that allow you to interact with as many (or as few!) fellow students as you wish. Plus, you have access to and continual interaction with your instructors.
- Convenient Online Learning Platform
- Unlimited Instructor Support
- 24/7 Access to Resources
- Industry Software & Materials
Is Medical Office Administration Right For You?
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If you’re interested in learning more about careers in Medical Office Administration, and exploring whether Online Learning with CD-ED is right for you, fill out the form on the side of this page to receive information.
A helpful CD-ED Admissions Representative will be happy to answer any questions and can help with everything from career paths to financial aid.