That’s why our goal each year is to help meet the continual need for competent and compassionate providers through high-quality, affordable programs taught by experienced professionals who are experts in their respective disciplines. If you think this fast-growing field is right for you, the School of Health Sciences is your home to a wide range of health-related degrees and certificates that can prepare you for a career or transfer to a four-year college and beyond. Each of AACC’s health programs will help you develop skills needed for a high-demand job within our county and region. You’ll benefit from hands-on learning using state-of-the-art equipment, such as the simulation lab, and through clinical rotations with our many partners throughout the county.
Most health programs require attendance of a free information session before submitting an application. Many sessions are offered online.
The following departments make up the School of Health Sciences. For more information on credit degrees and certificates, see Credit and Degree Seekers. For information on faculty or departmental news, visit the specific department’s page.
AACC’s School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development also offers a wide range of noncredit health training and professional development. Trainings include advanced cardiac life support, assisted living management and nursing, basic IV and venipuncture techniques and phlebotomy technician, CPR and first aid, delegating nurse and nurse refresher, human services, mammography, medical coding, medicine aide, medical office management, physical therapy, physician assistant, public health, sterile processing and therapeutic massage.