Health Sciences



We have recently updated our program offerings. Students interested in Dental Hygiene, Medical Laboratory Technician, Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, Radiography, and Surgical Technology will need to enter the college with a Liberal Studies Major until they are eligible based on the individual program requirements for admittance.

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As Dean, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the Health Sciences Division; a division focused on health and the human body.

Health Sciences programs are distinguished by:

  • Offering you nationally accredited health career programs.
  • Faculty committed to assisting you in attaining your educational and career goals.

The Health Sciences Division offers you both career and transfer options and practical hands-on learning.

Programs & Certificates

Associates degree in applied science

Certificate of completion

Certificate one-year program

Transfer Option

Practical Hands-On Learning

All Programs in the Division provide you with:

  • A broad, general education background.
  • A solid foundation rooted in the biological and behavioral sciences.
  • Invaluable hands-on interactive service learning experiences that reinforce course content and bring the discipline to life so that you are well prepared to enter your chosen field.
  • Learning experiences in a variety of exceptional on- and off-campus sites such as
    • College health promotion activities
    • High-tech simulation experiences in state-of-the-industry campus laboratories
    • Direct hands-on interactions with clients in the Central Campus Dental Hygiene Clinic, and/or in the Division’s 100 off-campus, affiliated health care agencies

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the Health Sciences Division and its programs that can afford you with exceptional career opportunities. I hope that you will consider joining us as a partner in your educational journey.

Natasha A. Patterson, MPH
Interim Dean of Health Sciences