Our advising staff provides specialized educational advising by guiding accepted, "in-program" Allied Health and Nursing students to successfully complete an Associate in Science Degree or Bachelor of Science Degree or Certificate Program. For the associate level health sciences programs, attendance at a Health Sciences Information Session is mandatory, before scheduling an application review appointment with either the Allied Health or Nursing advisors.

Associate in Science students are expected to complete their educational goals and be professionally marketable in a much shorter period of time than many others.  This site is dedicated to provide program specific information that will help students succeed in their pursuit of Valencia's Associate in Science, Bachelor's and/or Certificate programs.

To better serve students who have not yet been accepted into a limited access program, we have partnered with Enrollment Services and the campus advising centers.  It is important to note that Valencia students not yet accepted into their desired health sciences program should work closely with their campus based Allied Health Program Advisor or Nursing Program Advisor (Check Academic Profile in Atlas for assigned advisor). 

NOTE: It is highly recommended that students meet with their "pending" advisor before submitting their Health Sciences Program application.  The College Advising locations are: East: 5-210, Lake Nona 1-149, Osceola, 2-140, Poinciana 1-117, West SSB-110 and Winter Park 1-210.  Prospective students who have not yet applied to Valencia may meet with campus based career center advisors at: East 5-230, Osceola 2-125, West SSB 2016 or Winter Park 1-214.


Location, Hours and Contact

West Campus

  • Building 1, Room 130
  • 407-582-1507
  • Monday to Thursday: 8am to 5pm
    Friday: 9am to 5pm
    Summer Hours Friday: 9am to 12pm



Health Science Programs

Associate in Science

The A.S. degree prepares you to enter a specialized career field in about two years. It also transfers to the Bachelor of Applied Science program offered at some universities. If the program is 'articulated,' it will also transfer to a B.A. or B.S. degree program at a designated university.

Bachelor of Science

The B.S. degree prepares you to enter an advanced position within a specialized career field. The upper-division courses build on an associate degree and take about two years to complete.

Advanced Technical Certificates

The Advanced Technical Certificate, an extension of a specific Associate degree program, consists of at least nine (9), but less than 45, credits of college-level course work. Students who have already received an eligible Associate degree and are seeking a specialized program of study to supplement their associate degree may seek an Advanced Technical Certificate.


A certificate prepares you to enter a specialized career field or upgrade your skills for job advancement. Most can be completed in one year or less. Credits earned can be applied toward a related A.S. degree program.

Continuing Education

Continuing Education provides non-degree, non-credit programs including industry-focused training, professional development, language courses, certifications and custom course development for organizations. Day, evening, weekend and online learning opportunities are available.