I don't think so, I'm half way through the program. The classes i've taken so far are: general pharmacology, diet and nutrition, medical law and ethics, medical software, medical office proceedures, medical assisting science 1 (A&P), diagnostic lab, intro to medical assisting. I still have clinical, 3 science classes, billing and coding (ARGG) and insurance left. I will graduate in August 2018, It's a two year program that I'm doing in a year. It's not particularly hard just a lot studying and putting things together. It's pretty similar to LPN but with a lot more clerical work as well as clinical work. Math wise your never doing more than basic adding, subtracting, multiplication, and division. Most of the time you have access to a calculator. Also like Orion said if you go to a CC they have tutors mien were fabulous when I tried to do LPN.