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Allied Health


Allied Health educational programs seek to prepare competent allied health professionals and leaders for practice across multiple health care settings.

Professions that are often listed as "allied health" include many of the well-known non-nurse, non-physician health care providers such as: physical therapists, occupational therapists, respiratory therapists; nutritionists and dietitians, dental hygienists and dental assistants; EMTs, paramedics and health educators.

Our Community Health Care Worker Certificate and Pre-Health Education Degree programs are designed to prepare students for professional schools and employment opportunities in health related fields.

  • Dean James Collins
  • Department Chairs Sue Hussey