Manhattan College's International Pathway Program (IPP) helps students learn the English language while gaining College credit in a small classroom setting on a traditional college campus in New York City. Students in the two IPP levels gain English language proficiency while engaging in for-credit degree courses. Qualified students who complete the IPP will be granted admission into undergraduate studies at Manhattan College.
Nuclear medicine technology uses advanced imaging equipment to examine the function of internal organs. Patients depend on the nuclear medicine technologist's specialization in imaging procedures that help detect, diagnose, treat and monitor diseases. The certificate program is for students who already have a bachelor's degree and the necessary prerequisite courses and are looking to transition into nuclear medicine technology.
Radiation Therapists use state of the art equipment in a rapidly advancing area of oncology to treat and manage cancer patients. Cancer patients rely on a radiation therapist's precision and mastery of technology to help cure their disease and relieve their pain and discomfort. The certificate program is for students who already have a bachelor's degree and the necessary prerequisite courses and are looking to transition into radiation therapy technology.
Manhattan College's non-credit programs promote lifelong learning for all ages through a wide selection of courses, workshops, and lectures. Advance your career, learn something new, upskill your abilities, reskill your aptitudes, or pursue a passion.