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 the highest academic standard and developing your high-touch patient interaction skills, you will gain a competitive advantage in your job search upon graduation.
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Why Your Science Background Aligns Perfectly in a Medical Lab Career
Becoming a medical lab technician (MLT) would allow you to take advantage of the exciting career growth in healthcare while also capitalizing on your love of science. You’ll be making a difference in a technical, behind-the-scenes job. Hear one student's story about making the transition.
Sick of Sappy Drug Ads? Here's Why You Might Not See Them Much Longer
The American Medical Association (AMA) voted to support a ban on direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical ads. What implications does this have on the pharmaceutical industry and what are the experts saying? Find out!
What Healthcare Pros Should Know About the Senate Health Committee’s Mental Health Reform Bill
Members of the Senate health committee released a bipartisan mental health bill in early March. This legislation will carry with it a number of implications for those suffering with mental illness and for healthcare providers alike. We outlined what healthcare professionals need to know.