Adult Professional Studies
Explore Allied Health at Immaculata University
If you’re already working in the health care field, you can enhance your career by earning a bachelor’s degree in allied health. Many allied health clinical professionals are now realizing the need to obtain a bachelor’s degree as the health care industry continues to demand higher levels of education.
Immaculata’s Bachelor of Science in allied health for clinical professionals is a transfer program for professionals in the allied health field who have graduated from an approved two-year program with an associate degree and have passed the licensure or certification boards. As a working professional, you can attend all of your classes, while still working in your field, and complete your bachelor’s degree at Immaculata in as little as two years.
As a student in the allied health program, you will have access to our highly qualified faculty with diverse experience in health care. All programs within the allied health program are regionally accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education and can prepare you for master’s-level work.
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This degree will allow you the flexibility to remain in your present health care job and become more knowledgeable, allowing you to be considered for managerial and supervisory positions within your specialty.
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