Associate Degree Programs
Our occupational degree programs prepare students for entry-level positions within their chosen career area.
The Health Information Technology Associate degree program is designed to prepare the student to function effectively in a technical manner in health information departments in a wide variety of healthcare settings. *
Medical Assistants work in medical practices, clinics, and hospitals. Medical Assistants have cross-training for both administrative and clinical responsibilities. **
This associate of applied science degree prepares the graduate entering the profession of medical laboratory science. The degree provides the student with a variety of sound clinical experiences in which the student develops competency in skills, and personal and professional growth in the discipline.
This degree program prepares the student both educationally and clinically to take the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) examination for credentialing and to seek employment as a medical laboratory technician.
Nursing - Prior to Fall 2022
The Program in Nursing offered at Bucks County Community College can be completed in two years, if the student chooses to be a full-time student, or it can be completed on a part-time basis and leads to an Associate of Arts Degree. Graduates of the Program are eligible to take The National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). Learn more by visiting our Nursing Program website.
The associate degree in applied science in radiography prepares the graduate entering the profession of radiography. The degree provides the student with a variety of sound clinical experiences in which the student develops competency in skills and personal and professional growth in the discipline.
* 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.