Division of Allied Health

Office and Administration

Dean of Allied Health

  •  Marie Vasquez-Brooks, B.S., M.Ed.

Administrative Staff

  •  Sandy Ragsdale, Administrative Assistant to the Dean
  •  Nancy Scoltock, Administrative Assistant for Allied Health

Technology Support

  •  Jeff Hogan, MS, Functional IS Support Specialist

Location

  •  West Campus, Building 2-208

Hours

  •  Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  •  Friday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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 Certificate

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.

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.