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Allied Health

Build on your health care certifications to obtain a degree.

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Students that complete the Surgical TechnologySleep TechnologyPharmacy TechnologyMedical Coding or Medical Assistant workforce certificates can convert the classroom and clinical hours of the certificate into credit hours. These hours combined with general education requirements and electives make up the 60 credit hours needed for an A.A.S. degree.

Interested students are encouraged to contact the Allied Health Coordinator at any time with questions about pursuing this degree option. Once the Continuing Education certificate is complete, the student is advised how to take the next steps to complete the degree.

How to get started

  1. While enrolled in the last session of certificate coursework or at completion of coursework, contact Program Coordinator, Debra Graber.
  2. Submit official transcripts from other institutions, to CCBC Registrar's Office so that any previous coursework can be evaluated for transfer into CCBC towards the A.A.S. degree.
  3. Bring your certificate to a brief meeting with the program coordinator to have your certificate validated as prior learning.
  4. Complete and submit to the Registrar's Office, the Change of Student Information form to reflect your credit coursework and new Allied Health major.
  5. Meet with an Academic Advisor to determine if placement testing is required to register for classes.
  6. Register for classes.
  7. Meet with Financial Aid for help paying for credit classes.

Questions? Contact us!

Debra Graber

Program Coordinator, Allied Health