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Now is a great time to consider a career in health care. Not only will you make a difference in people’s lives, you’ll be a part of a growing industry showing no signs of stopping. Stautzenberger College has a medical program that matches your strengths and interests.
Turn your passion into your career!
Sonography is one of the most dynamic, fascinating and fastest-growing careers in health care; qualified sonographers are in high demand! You can earn your Associate Degree in Diagnostic Medical Sonography in just 24 months.
Cardiac ultrasound technicians produce images to help doctors diagnose and treat cardiovascular medical conditions. You can complete the Diagnostic Cardiovascular Sonography program in just 24 months.
Nurses are the heart of the health care industry. You can complete your nurse’s training and be prepared to take the NCLEX-PN (National Council Licensure Examination-Practical Nurse) in as little as 18 months.
Medical Assistants provide clerical and clinical services to physicians, nurses and other personnel to help keep medical offices running efficiently. You can complete your Medical Assisting diploma in 18 months or an Associate’s Degree in 27 months.
Designed to help you gain the technological skills to become an important part of a health care team, our hands-on program can be completed in 15 months, and prepare you for the national voluntary Certified Professional Coding exam.
Use your organizational, critical thinking and tech skills to become a medical office administrative assistant and/or secretary. This comprehensive, hands-on program can be completed in as little as 24 months.
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Allied Health program is designed to give existing health care professionals the opportunity to improve their skills and advance their careers. Graduates of this Associate degree program could be well prepared to pursue positions of increased responsibility in medical office administration or other entry-level allied health related field.
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Medical Lab Technician program is designed to provide students with a balanced education in theory and practice in the field of Medical Laboratory Technician. Students are taught the relevant knowledge and skills necessary to perform critical tests that provide physicians with the information and data required to diagnose life-threatening diseases.