HIGH POINT — The Living Arts College: School of Medical Arts will begin holding classes at its new High Point campus Monday at 906 Mall Loop Road.
The campus, which moved from Winston-Salem, offers diploma programs and professional certifications in medical assisting, medical office administration, massage therapy and medical billing and coding
The newly renovated building, which was previously a Barnes & Noble bookstore, includes medical classrooms, various instruction materials and modern furnishings, according to a news release.
“The decision to move locations was made by the college’s founder, Roger Klietz, who knew there was a demand for medical instruction in the Piedmont Triad area,” the release stated.
Living Arts College was founded in 1992 in Raleigh and offers degrees and certification programs in filmmaking, interior design, photography, game design animation and other fields.
Living Arts College: School of Medical Arts has been accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award diplomas.