HEALTH SERVICES TECHNOLOGY
Please Note: Many of the Health Services Technology courses/programs are offered as "flex" courses and may not follow the college's term calendar.
For information on class schedules and times, please contact the Health Sciences Office at 419-755-4805.
Contact your faculty advisor to establish an educational plan.
North Central State College’s Health Services Technology degree program is designed for students wanting to be cross-trained in several health care skills. Graduating students will be able to perform more than one health care function in the ever changing health care delivery system.
Students will be required to select at least two or more specialized areas beyond the general education requirements and the core health technology courses. Certificates by State, National, and certifying organizations will show competency in the specialized areas. Those areas include:
Since there are many combinations of specialization, students should contact the program director to discuss their career goals and plan for their individualized curriculum. Students must complete a minimum of 68 credits as follows:
Students who are seeking another degree option or who already have a health technology degree may enroll in additional specialization areas to obtain certification. The Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded for the completion of this program.
Program Learning Outcomes