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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6 Federal Healthcare Laws & Regulations Shaking Up the Industry
Federal healthcare laws can be confusing, but it’s essential for every healthcare professional to be familiar with them. We’re demystifying six healthcare regulations you need to know. Thanks to this breakdown from our experts, you’ll be prepared to act within the law in the healthcare field.
What Does a Radiologic Technologist Do? A Bare-Bones Look at this Healthcare Career
Before taking the next step on your path towards a new career, you need to have a solid understanding of what it entails. That’s why we compiled this basic guide to help you decide if becoming a radiologic technologist is the right choice for you.
The Zika Virus and the Conundrum of Women's Health
It’s a big year for the Zika virus. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the virus a public health emergency — and predicted up to four million infections this year alone. Mosquitoes are the main culprit behind the spreading virus, though it can also be transmitted through sexual contact. With the 2016 Summer Olympic Games set for Rio de Janeiro — the epicenter of the outbreak — all eyes are turning to the unnerving epidemic.