Allied Health Programs

Associate of Arts in Allied Health
The Associate of Arts in Allied Health prepares you for an entry-level, non-clinical position in the health care industry and gives you the foundation necessary to further your education. It provides a course of study that enhances a student’s foundational knowledge in the area of health sciences with a specific focus on allied health components embedded into a traditional plan of general education courses. The unique design enables students to transition into baccalaureate plans of study within the health professions as well as providing the critical thinking and integration skills necessary for career advancement.

Associate of Arts in Allied Health-Public Health
The Associate of Arts in Allied Health provides students with entry-level knowledge and skills in the area of Public Health. It provides a course of study that enhances a student’s foundational knowledge in the area of health sciences with a specific focus on allied health components embedded into a traditional plan of general education courses. The unique design enables students to transition into baccalaureate plans of study within the health professions as well as providing the critical thinking and integration skills necessary for career advancement.

Associate of Science in Allied Health
The Associate of Science in Allied Health degree provides you with foundational and prerequisite courses in liberal arts with a mathematics and science focus that is frequently required for admission to most health-related, bachelor degrees. For those who qualify, this degree will prepare you for direct entry into our competitive Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program.


Associate of Science in Medical Assisting
The Associate of Science in Medical Assisting provides a stimulating academic environment that will prepare competent entry-level medical assistants in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and effective (behavior) learning domains. The integration of knowledge and skills will prepare the student so that they may function as contributing members of the health care team, positively impacting their patients, the community and the profession upon graduation.