Students who graduate Allied Health programs are credentialed through certification, registration or licensure. They are prepared to enter into industries that, due to technological advancements and changes in federal and state regulations, are changing and growing rapidly. Each curriculum is designed to prepare students with the skills and knowledge needed for today and tomorrow's employment demands.
Allied Health careers are among those projected to continue growing through the coming decade. Graduates of the program integrate theories and concepts from science and liberal arts in their practices and have the ability to apply those theories into practice. They also collaborate with other members of healthcare teams to provide safe, culturally effective care to clients in a variety of settings and consistently practice within the legal and ethical framework of their chosen careers.