Allied Health Options

Your Career in Healthcare Begins at Bucks

Bucks County Community College offers Associate degrees, certificates (college credit), continuing education certifications and courses that prepare you for certification exams in a wide array of career programs.

Below the programs are grouped by credential.  All link to more information.

Associate Degrees

Occupational Majors

Our occupational degree programs prepare students for entry-level positions within their chosen career area.  Learn more.

Health Information Technology (see also Medical Billing and Coding)*

Medical Assistant**

Nursing

Transfer Majors

Our transfer degree programs are designed to parallel the first two years of study at four-year colleges and universities.  Learn more.

Pre-Allied Health

Health and Physical Education

Neuroscience

Certificate Programs (Credit)

A certificate of completion is awarded to a student who successfully completes a prescribed program.  Credits earned in a certificate program may be applied toward an associate degree.

Med. Coding/Billing*

Medical Assistant: Administrative**

Medical Assistant: Clinical**

Phlebotomy*

Certificate Programs & Test Prep (Non-Credit)

Certified Bedside Harpist & Certified Mastery of Bedside Harp

EKG Technician

Gerontology

Holistic Health Care

Certified Hypnotherapist & Advanced Master Level Certification

Medical Imaging

Nurse Aide Program

Nursing Review & Re-Entry

Personal Trainer

Pharmacy Technician

Practical Nursing

Med. Billing, Coding & Transcription*

Radiography

Thanatology

Continuing Healthcare Education (Non-Credit)

EKG Interpretation: Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmia

Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy

HIPAA - Privacy/Security and Compliance

How to Improve Your Relationships

Neurological Assessment

Nourishing the Nurturer

Nursing Review & Re-Entry into Practice

Phlebotomy for Healthcare Personnel*

Weigh It Forward

Other Allied Health-related Courses (Non-Credit)

Massage Modalities

Reiki

Sound Therapy

 

 

*   Offered as a credit course or program, and as a non-credit course or program.

** Offered for credit as an Occupational Major for an Associate Degree and as a Certificate Program for college credit.