The following are retention, job placement, graduate survey participation and satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and CMA exam participation and pass rates for the 5-year period ending in 2017. The numbers are for students entering the MA program each year.
We have included retention rates for students who entered in 2018. This data is incomplete since many students entering in 2018 are still enrolled, and survey results not in. 2018 is not included in the 5-year average.
|Year||Retention||Job Placement||Graduate Satisfaction||Grad % Survey||Employer Satisfaction||CMA Exam Participation||CMA Exam Pass Rate|
|5 yr. avg.||80.93%||69.41%||99.05%||61.76%||100%||95.19%||90.91%|
Percentage of students who started the program who graduated
Percentage of graduates answering the 6-month survey who reported currently working as medical assistants.
Percentage of graduates who responded positively regarding the program meeting their training expectations, on a survey taken 6 months after graduation
Percentage of students surveyed who answered the survey.
The percentage of employers of grads surveyed who responded positively that the program provided adequate or above adequate training to students.
The percentage of graduates who took the national CMA Exam.
Percentage of graduates taking the CMA exam who passed.
Avg. WA State Salary $39,109/yr
People Employed in WA 13,092
Avg. Wage in King County $20/hr
To be eligible for employment, graduates must also take and pass the Certified Medical Assistant (American Association of Medical Assistants) exam.
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