Allied Health Clinical Specialties

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Immaculata University’s B.S. in Allied Health Clinical Specialties program, in association with partner institutions, prepares you for licensure/credentialing in your chosen clinical specialty area. You will receive state-of-the-art clinical training as well as critical thinking and communication skills that allow our graduates to be successful in the allied health professions.

Immaculata University, in partnership with affiliated programs, offers the following clinical concentrations:

According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, employment in the allied health professions is projected to increase by more than 20% over the next decade, faster than the average growth for all occupations. After completing one of these programs, you will be prepared to assume positions in hospitals, outpatient clinics, ambulatory surgery centers, physician offices, health departments, the pharmaceutical and medical device industry, or other health care facilities and companies.

Admission and Program Progression Requirements

During the spring semester of your freshman year, you will make a formal declaration of your major in allied health. To be accepted into this major, you will need to have a C or better in all science and allied health courses.

You must complete the required Immaculata curriculum, apply/interview for enrollment at the affiliated institution you choose, and upon acceptance matriculate at the affiliated institution to complete your clinical specialty. All of the clinical specialties require a state or national licensure or certification examination to practice.

 

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1145 King Road, Immaculata, PA. 19345 p. 610-647-4400 or call toll-free: 1-877-42 TODAY
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