Some states do not meet because they require the completion of some sort of medical assisting education program. Other states do not require certification, therefore the program would prepare students to become a medical assistant in those states.
|State||State Licensing Board or Department||State Licensing Requirements||Notes|
|American Samoa||Not determined|
|Arizona||Does not meet|
|District of Columbia||Not determined|
|Massachusetts||Does not meet|
|New Jersey||Does not meet|
|North Dakota||Does not meet|
|Northern Mariana Islands||Not determined|
|Puerto Rico||Not determined|
|South Dakota||Does not meet|
|US Virgin Islands||Not determined|
|Washington||Does not meet|
Disclaimer: The college makes every effort to ensure the information above is current, but please be advised that state laws, regulations and policies may change at any time. It is the responsibility of the student completing the licensure program to check with the licensing board(s) in their state of residence or in the state in which they intend to obtain a license for the most recent information and requirements. M State shall not be held liable if a student is unable to qualify for licensure or certification in any jurisdiction or cannot obtain a practicum/internship location.