Degree Programs

  1. Allied health professor gives class lecture.

    Allied Health

    The allied health program offers a four-year degree tailored to your career goals, whether you plan to be a clinician or an administrative professional. You can choose from a concentration in general science or health care administration.

  2. Technologist reviews brain scans.

    Nuclear Medicine Technology

    With the aging U.S. population, there is a growing demand for skilled, qualified and caring health professionals. Every day, nuclear imaging procedures make a difference in the lives of patients by helping detect, diagnose, treat and monitor disease.

  3. Patient undergoes radiation therapy treatment.

    Radiation Therapy Technology

    Radiation therapists help cure cancer in some patients or ease the pain of cancer in others. High technology equipment delivers radiation to destroy cancer cells.

  4. Faculty member reviews x-rays with student.

    Radiologic Technology

    Radiologic technologists are integral members of healthcare teams at hospitals and clinics. Their job includes taking X-rays, which physicians use to diagnose and detect injury and disease in patients.