Medical Office Management Information Packet
Associate Degree Program Requirements
Applicants seeking to complete their education towards a Medical
Office Management Associate Degree Program must have taken or are
planning to take either the Medical Assistant OR Health
Office Information Certificate Program.
- College application) with application fee of $20.00 for
first-time applicant to any of the twelve Connecticut Community
- Norwalk Community College—Medical Assistant Program application.
(No additional application required for the Medical Office
Specialist Certificate Program)
- Official High School transcripts indicating graduation or GED.
- Official College/university transcripts, if applicable.
- Proof of Measles and Rubella immunization.
Complete the required Accuplacer computerized placement test.
The placement test maybe waived for applicants who have prior college
English and/or mathematics credits.
Admission Requirements for fall of 2011:
- HS graduate or equivalent
- Accuplacer score eligible for MAT 136 or higher.
score eligible for ENG 101 or higher.
- GPA 2.0 – Based on all
college credits taken within the past five years; and any college
courses taken prior to five years that are transferred in to meet the
Medical Assistant/Medical Office Specialist curriculum requirements.
Assistant Courses - Applicants must have official transcripts from other
colleges or universities sent to the Admissions Office by the
application deadline. In accordance with transfer of credit
guidelines set forth by the Board of Trustees, courses which meet
Medical Assistant/Medical Office Specialist program requirements will be
accepted by the college.
- Credits Earned
Outside the United States – Transcripts need to be evaluated by the
“Course By Course” option through the World Education Services Inc, PO
Box 745, Old Chelsea Station, New York, New York 10113 or another site
approved by Norwalk Community College.
Transfer Medical Office Management Students from Programs outside
Transfer students who wish to transfer Medical Assistant courses from
another college or university will be considered for transfer after a
written request for evaluation of Medical Assistant course work has been
received by the Medical Office Coordinator. Applicants must meet
all Medical Assistant program admission requirements. Transfer students
will be admitted based upon the student’s meeting eligibility
requirements and the availability of openings, clinical resources, and
Medical Office Management Course Requirements
Freshman year from Medical Assistant or Medical Office Specialist
Pre-requisite: Keyboarding with a grade of C, pass or better
HS Keyboarding with a C or better OR Test out through NCC keyboarding
Eligible for English 101
Eligible for Math 94