School of Health Sciences
High-demand Health Sciences Degrees for Careers Helping Patients
The healthcare industry is one of today’s fastest growing and changing industries. This combination of growth and change has helped to cause a surge in demand for healthcare professionals. At Rasmussen College, our School of Health Sciences offers a range of education programs to help you start or advance your healthcare career, in fields ranging from medical assisting to health information technology (HIT).
As a Certificate, Associate’s degree, or Bachelor’s degree graduate, you can use your degree to help you become a sought-after healthcare professional. Whether you want a successful career working directly with patients or behind-the-scenes in a healthcare facility, our School of Health Sciences offers a program to fit your career goals. Plus, with our instructors holding you to high academic standards and developing your high-touch patient interaction skills, you will gain a competitive advantage in your job search upon graduation.
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Recent Blog Posts
Healthcare Pro Exposes 7 Surprising Facts About Working in a Lab
The job may sound pretty straightforward at first, but there is actually a lot to lab work beyond beakers and test tubes. Learn about seven things you may not have guessed about this behind-the-scenes healthcare career.
5 Reasons Moms Already Have the Core Characteristics of a Medical Assistant
Being a medical assistant is about more than job-specific skills that can be taught. You must also have the right combination of people skills if you want to succeed. We’ve compiled a list of medical assistant attributes you probably already have as a mama! Read on and prepare to turn those healthcare dreams into reality.
Surgical Technologist Duties: A Day in the Life
It’s evident that these medical professionals are a vital part of the OR team, but the question remains: What does a surgical technologist actually do? Keep reading for a behind-the-scenes look at the surgical technology duties that take place before, during and after a surgical procedure.