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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2019

Furthering my education at Ultimate Medical Academy is one of the best choices I could have made in my life. I am currently a 4.0 student, a member of the ABK, and also an Ambassador for UMA. I would recommend this school to anyone interested in a medical career. The staff is great and always just a phone call or email away ready to assist you.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2018

If I could give UMA zero stars I would. I applied for my bachelor degree, with another college and was told during the transcript review that my associate degree is a diploma and UMA is not regionally or nationally accredited. I'm in debt up to my eyeballs. I do not have the funds to re-take my associate degree and my bachelor degree plus at my age, I do not want to graduate in my 50's. UMA states they are accredited and I do in fact have an associate degree, this came from a manager. UMA has blamed the other college saying that it is up to the individual college if they accept UMA credits or not. So four different colleges telling me the same thing about the accreditation and me having a diploma instead of an associate degree is every college's fault but UMA's. Career services is a joke they send you for jobs not even in your degree field. I graduated as a medical admin assistant and was being sent for jobs like a pharmacy tech and dialysis technician. UMA's response, well you use your degree in those fields. I was a paramedic, there is a major difference between a dialysis tech and a medical admin specialist. UMA always points the finger at everyone else, they refuse to take ownership of their own faults, like accreditation and career services sending you random jobs you are not qualified for.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2019

UMA was the best decision that I have ever made in my educational journey. I have never been so satisfied with all the services that UMA offers us students. From start to finish, I have maintained a 4.0 GPA, Straight As, placement on the Deans List, acceptance into the ambassadors program, and placement with the Honors Society. I have worked very hard but if it was not for my instructors, advisors, and UMA I dont know if I would have made it. I am so happy and proud of all my hard work and look forward to my future.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2018

First off let me start by saying I love this school. All of my instructors have been very helpful and my advisors have been even better. I am a few classes away from graduating and I cannot wait. I see all of the negative reviews and I honestly feel that everything is what you make it. Although they state that they will help with finding a job, interviewing, and taking the MAA certification, everything else is really up to you. Finding a job is not going to be easy but if you stay persistent and focus on what you really want you will get it. This school keeps in touch with you and they really encourage you to be the best. I am currently in the honor society and I am also an ambassador. So again it is all about what you make of it.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2018

UMA is a great school I would tell any and everyone that wants to go to school either online or on campus UMA is the place to go. I signed up straight out of high school they had a high school program that they dropped but I was lucky to finish the high school program and go straight into college for my degree. The instructors call to see how you doing as well as let you know how your doing.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2019

First of all I enrolled in this school because a former friend of mines was enrolled and I thought it was a good ideal note my friend didn't finish with this school because of their on reasons, let me say I'm 3 classes in and I have opinions of my own about UMA. First of all I feel like i have wasted a lot of money going to this school which in loans that I have to pay back, the reason I feel like this is because it took forever to get in contact with a instructor and by forever I mean forever. Also I just feel like this school is not legitimate and I tell you why I'm in a class now with an instructor who name is Dr. Magby no picture on this person no information on this person like other instructors and I just don't trust that it makes it's seems like it is a random person who is just giving out grades just because you complete the work rather it's wrong or right. I just think this school is out to just get money, I hope I'm wrong and I can use this degree in a professional matter. I worry that this is just a piece of paper that I will have that won't work for me.i graduate in 2019 and God willing I will write back and tell how all goes. Question does anyone who graduated from UMA with AAS in Medical administrative Assistant has this degree helped you in anyway with getting a job in the medical field? I hope that my feeling about this school being a scam are wrong and I can put my faith in them.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

The school is good but the career services is awful. I had a baby at the end of my degree (unplanned) I choose to stay home, when I asked if we could close my case until I am ready to work I was told no in a rude way. They call all the time and email non stop I reply to every email and never hear back. The classes were great and helpful. If you know you are going right to work this is an awesome school but if you may have something come up this isn't the school for you.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2017

UMA has given me the opportunity to accomplish my dream. I had an opportunity to finish my Associates in Administrative Medical Assisting online this year.My classes were online this gave me the flexibility to handle my personal life, work and school. The instructors were very helpful, knowledgeable. This is the best school I have ever attended, I do recommend this school to other new students looking for online courses in the medical field.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

I have been in the Healthcare field for 10+ years but never finished a degree. UMA helped me accomplish that and more! The instructors are very caring and extremely helpful. When they saw me slipping a bit they reached out to ensure everything was ok. They helped me achieve a 3.66(4.0 until my last 3 classes due to health issues) all while working full time and taking care of my family. I dealt with a sick husband and a struggling 15 year old in his academic studies. I couldnt have done it with the help of my instructors and my class advisor Ancel Simmons! I highly recommend this school and would attend on campus to further my clinical education in a heartbeat if I lived in Florida!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2018

I would not recommend this school to anyone. They do a good job a misrepresenting themselves and seeming like they care about your education at first. I have a degree from a traditional college but wanted a degree in medical because I've been thinking about changing careers for a while. Since I work, I decided to try online and give UMA a shot. Big mistake. The staff does a really good job of sucking you in with their overly enthusiastic congratulations and well wishes. They're selling a product so of course the representatives seem positive and excited for you at first, almost to the point of being a bit pushy. Should have been a red flag there. After that everything gets worse. They call your phone several times a day back to back, even after you tell them you're busy and that you'll get back with them within the hour or during your free time. Constant emails are even worse. Family emergency? Sick child in the hospital? They don't care, they just want you to finish your financial information asap so they can get paid. While my child was in the hospital one of the reps called me and said "there's nothing you can do for them now", but asked could I "get online and go through fasfa" at that moment. Are they trained to be that insensitive when it comes to getting money out of you? Should have been another red flag that this "school" is only out for money. Many of their financial representatives are rude and sound either bored with their job or not wanting to help you. Maybe both. They wouldn't accept certain state grants for some reason so, if PELL grant didn't cover the cost, you either have to take out a loan or pay out of pocket. I was originally told that the program would cost $16,000 but later the cost changed to $26,000. Seriously, I have no idea where the extra $10,000 was coming from and they were adamant that this was always the price even though a summary and a rep at the beginning stating the cost at $16,000. For the price of UMA degrees, you're probably better off attending a local college or even a university. Thank goodness I was still in touch with my old college advisor. She laughed when I told her I had signed up with UMA and said their degrees are pretty much worthless and over priced(no kidding $26,000 for a $2,500-4,000 degree). She also told me the UMA has been known to take loans out in their students' names. No thanks. I only got into a week or so of class before I cancelled out, owing them nothing. From what I saw of the classes, it was basically independent study with the instructor popping in just to give out assignments and answer a few questions if you have trouble. Can't really talk in depth since I didn't stick around. All in all, I would say don't fall for anything this "school" promises. Take your money and go attended a local college it will save you a lot of time, money and hassle.

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