Our faculty? Professionals in the field who are well-versed in today’s issues in health care. You’ll learn by doing, taking part in clinical and non-clinical programs designed to build medical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.
Access to a Broader Education Network
The School of Allied Health is a chapter of the national Alpha Eta honor society, designed to promote scholarship and fellowship among allied health professionals.
Clinical Practicum Programs
Working directly with patients takes skill, compassion, and care. It might mean calming a person in distress while focusing on the technology you need to do your job. It requires solid communication skills. Think you've got what it takes? Then consider a career in patient care.
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (AAS)
Work with highly sophisticated ultrasound technology to create detailed internal images of the body that assist physicians in making diagnoses.
Medical Assisting (AAS)
Gain skills that can be applied in clinical and administrative tasks, from medical billing to taking patients′ vital signs and coordinating care.
Surgical Technology (AAS)
Master the skills needed to assist surgical teams throughout every step of an operation while becoming familiar with the complexity, pace, and demands of the modern operating room. Surgical technologists handle the instruments, scrubs, medications, and other supplies and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure.
Gain the administrative, communication, and technical skills you need to soar as an effective professional in the health care field, which includes providing community health information and guidance. Our associate degree prepares you for entry-level positions in settings such as hospitals, home health care agencies, and insurance companies. Earn your bachelor’s degree and broaden your possibilities even more.
Allied Health Science (AS)
Prepare yourself to enter a new career at the intersection of science and health care. This AS degree is a great starting point if you’re interested in qualifying for entry-level roles in the health industry workforce. You will learn to demonstrate skills in critical thinking, problem solving, and contemporary issues related to health care.
Medical Administration (AAS)
Health care organizations of all kinds, from hospitals to physical therapy centers to nursing homes, need dedicated medical administrators. You'll handle office management, bill paying, human resources, and community service.
Health Services Administration (BBA)
A Bachelor's degree in Health Services Administration will give you the managerial skills you need to succeed in the complex health care field. You will be prepared for possible positions such as patient advocate, patient navigator, outreach liaison, home care coordinator, medical coder and biller, or operations supervisor.
Public Health (BS)
Prepare yourself for leadership and management positions in organizations that serve diverse individual and community needs. Public health focuses on prevention and is at the forefront of our society. A degree in public health can prepare you for positions as community health worker, data collector, health educator, contact tracer, research assistant, or project manager.