The one thing we’ve learned over the past few years is that healthcare is more important than ever, and the demand for qualified respiratory care, medical laboratory technologists and emergency medical services employees is high. You can earn your healthcare degree, certificate or skill set in two years or less and be ready to tackle a challenging career that pays well, with jobs available close to home or even remote. If you want an exciting and challenging career that offers you a great quality of life, look no further than Pierpont’s School of Health Sciences.

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Associate Degrees


Amy Cunningham
Dean, School of Health Sciences
Professor and Program Coordinator for Health Information Technology