Associate of Science in Health Studies

The dedicated faculty of the Health Studies program strives to provide students with a well-rounded health education experience that focuses on developing employable skills in critical thinking, effective communication, and collaboration. We give our students flexibility to complete the entry-level general education requirements they need to enter other Allied Health Programs at the North East Campus. And, because this program offers students the versatility to map their curriculum to their educational goals, they are able to seamlessly move general education credit from the ASHS program into other Allied Health curriculums without having to retake courses.
Did You Know?

Did You Know?

-The Associate of Science in Health Studies can be used as a standalone degree or as an Allied Health track for students interested in gaining acceptance into a health program, such as Medical Laboratory Technician, Nursing, Occupational Therapist Assistant, Physical Therapy Assistant, or Respiratory Therapist.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

-Health Studies can be used as a completion Associate degree for those who earned a certificate degree in License Practical Nursing, Massage Therapy, or Medical Assisting.

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

-In addition to general education courses like math and English, students take science-based courses such as Human Biology, as well as social science courses like Psychology.

Experience & Outcomes

Internships

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Students are encouraged to complete an internship with a facility in the area in their desired field of study.

Versatile Program

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Students receive hands-on training in a variety of fields, allowing them to experience a breadth of knowledge to decide which career path is best for them.

Employment Opportunities

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Our recent grads work in a multitude of positions as Occupational, Health and Safety Technicians, Pharmacy Technicians, Patient Access and Patient Care Representatives, and many others.

Audrey Forbes-Cardinali
Kari Dundore Shrout
Biology Department Director
Kelly Lucore
Tim Johnson