This program is perfect for...
- Health care administrators looking to transition into clinical practice
- Students looking to start their career in medical assisting
- Recent high school graduates starting their career track in allied health care
- Allied health professionals
What you can learn.
- Perform basic clinical tasks such as taking vital signs, administering medications, and collecting samples for testing
- Perform administrative tasks in a medical office
- Using various health information system technologies and medical equipment
- Acquire the knowledge necessary to pass various certification exams
This program is set up in a cohort model and begins every fall quarter. Applications for Fall 2019 will be accepted March 1 - April 30, 2019. Learn more about the application process and requirements.
What our certificates have done for our students.
feel a certificate helped them enhance their careers
1 in 4
received a salary increase after starting a certificate program
switched careers after completing a certificate program
recommend a certificate program to others
Tuition Assistance, FAQs and more
Tuition for this program is $23,000. However, through our generous scholarship program and donor support, UCLA Health employees will only pay up to $2,000 out of pocket for the program and non-UCLA Health employees will only pay up to $5,000 in tuition for the program.
For more information on our instructors, advisory board, what to expect after graduation and FAQs, click below.
Click below to view the required and elective courses, if applicable, for this program.
Estimated Cost Breakdown
All courses in this program are paid for individually. An application form is required to establish candidacy in this program. From the 'Apply Now' button, complete the online application and pay the application fee if applicable.
Application & Candidacy Fee
Estimated Program Tuition
Estimated program textbook/materials
*The Application & Candidacy Fee establishes your candidacy in the program for a period of time covering normal progress toward completion and may allow you to access a variety of program benefits.
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