Contribute to the Health and Wellness of Others with a Degree or Certification in Health Science

Our health and wellness programs prepare you to meet the growing demand for qualified health care professionals, including dental assistants, EMTs, health information technologists, integrative health practitioners, massage therapists, medical assistants, nurses, pharmacy technicians, phlebotomists, surgical technologists and veterinary technicians.

In these programs, you will experience classroom instruction combined with hands-on lab experiences and work with real patients in clinical practices. You'll get the most current and the highest-level skills for careers in health and wellness. Please note that these programs have special admissions requirements that you can find on each program web page.

 
 

Accreditation Matters

To ensure a health-care program is reputable and meets industry standards, the programs below are regularly reviewed and accredited by these recognized organizations. This accreditation means that your education will be viewed as top-notch by employers.

Dental Assisting

CODA: Commission on Dental Accreditation

Nursing

ACEN Accredited: Accreditation Commision for Education in Nursing

Pharmacy Technician

ASHP: American Society of Health System Pharmacists

Surgical Technology

CAAHEP: Commission on Accreditation Allied Health Education Programs

Veterinary Technology

CVTEA: Accredited Certification for Veterinary Technical Education and Activities from the American Veterinary Medial Association Committee

 

Levels of Education

See requirements for two-year associate degrees and shorter-term certificates.

Levels of Education: certificate, associate degree, bachelor's, masters, PhD

Academic Plans

My Academic Plans (MAPs) help guide you toward completing your degree or certificate.  When you take classes in the order recommended on the academic plan and based on your schedule, you will save time and money.

Advising & Support

You will be assigned to a Pathways Advisor who is knowledgeable in the community’s fields of study, and is an important part of your success helping you reach your academic goals.