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 in the delivery of healthcare 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 and improve patient care. Whether you want a successful career working as a direct patient-care professional or you would prefer to work 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 patient interaction skills, you will gain a competitive advantage in your job search upon graduation.
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