Health Professions

To view pathway course requirements, click here.

The Health Professional Program Area houses the following Pathways:

The Dental Assisting Pathway offers exploratory training in the skills of dental assisting.  Students will participate in chair side exercises and experience related dental services such as x-ray, tool identification, tooth health and disease control, and dental laboratory activities.

The Emergency Medical Technical Pathway prepares the student for entry into the field of pre-hospital medical care. Students will become proficient in patient assessment and treatment, in trauma and medical emergencies, bleeding and shock, CPR, splinting, spinal immobilization, airway management and oxygen therapy as well as assistance with medication administration.  Students will have the opportunity to participate in externship opportunities. Students who complete will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Exam

The Certified Nursing Assistant Pathway prepares students for the rigors of the National Certified Nursing Assistant Assessment.  Students will study the requirements and expectations of the nursing assistant discipline.  Clinical hours in the field of nursing provide experience in the areas of terminology, infection control, vital signs and patient care and comfort.

The Sports Medicine/Personal Trainer Pathway prepares students with the knowledge and competence to conduct fitness assessments and design exercise programs. Students study what is necessary to prevent, treat,evaluate and rehabilitate athletic injuries. Students will prepare for the National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal Training exam.

To learn more about the Health Professions Pathways, click here.