The Allied Health program is a two year, Associates of Science degree designed to prepare graduates to assume roles in allied health specialties.
In keeping with the institutional mission and divisional goals, the Division of Nursing promotes an environment of respect and support for all persons regardless of gender, race/ethnicity, creed, or abilities.
The Associate of Science in Allied Health prepares professionals to become members of the Allied Health professional team. Two distinct concentrations are available to meet the needs of individuals pursing the major; Health Care Technician and Health Information Technology. In addition to completing the major course in Allied Health, students must select from one of the two concentration areas as described below.
The Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Allied Health is a completion degree for licensed or licensure eligible allied health graduates of associate degrees in the numerous allied health disciplines where there is no discipline specific bachelor degree available. This degree allows two-year health degree students the opportunity to advance in their chosen health profession or continue into a graduate program. The curriculum is designed as a “+2” degree allowing students to transfer 50 credits of their professional coursework.