Health Sciences: Programs & Degrees

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MMCC’s health programs include state-of-the-art skills labs and clinical experiences that provide students with hands-on and direct field experiences for careers as a physical therapist assistant, radiography tech, MRI tech, pharmacist tech, medical assistant, or nurse.

Other health-related programs at MMCC equip students to work in medical settings settings where they provide supportive services like medical transcription or by working as a medical office specialist.

Our excellent reputation positions MMCC health science graduates for employment in meaningful and well-paying positions in the mid-Michigan region and elsewhere.

Programs, Degrees & Credentials:

Associate in Applied Science

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

MRI Technologists use MRI scanners to capture diagnostic images of patients, which are shared with qualified medical staff for interpretation, diagnosis, and treatment. MMCC’s MRI program runs on a selective admissions process with limited seats.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Associate in Applied Science

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistants provide both clinical and administrative support to doctors and other health care professionals. The Medical Assistant Program will become a selective admissions program with limited seats in Fall 2017. The waitlist is currently closed to new students.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Associate in Nursing

Nursing

Registered Nurses are nurses involved in direct patient care. These health care professionals assess patients, help to design and carry out treatment plans, monitor the results of treatments, and keep patients and their families informed about their medical options and health issues.

Program Website | Guidesheet


Associate in Applied Science

Physical Therapist Assistant

(PTAs) help patients who are recovering from injuries, illnesses and surgeries regain movement and mobility. Working under the supervision of physical therapists, they administer treatments to reduce patients’ pain and to help them return to their prior level of function. MMCC’s PTA program runs on a selective admissions process, with a maximum of 18 students being admitted every year.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Associate in Applied Science

Radiography

Radiologic Technologists use specialized equipment to capture diagnostic images of patients, which are shared with qualified medical staff for interpretation, diagnosis, and treatment. MMCC’s radiography program runs on a selective admissions process with limited seats..

Program Website | Guidesheet

Training Credential

Computed Tomography Technology (CT)

Computed Tomography Technologists are highly skilled professionals trained to operate CT equipment, which produces cross-sectional images of patients' bones, organs and tissue that are used to diagnose medical conditions in medical facilities and outpatient centers under the direct supervision of a health care provider. Program launching Winter 2018.

Program Website in Development | Guidesheet

Training Credential

Medical Office Specialist

These specialized office professionals organize and manage health information data. They ensure that the information maintains its quality, accuracy, accessibility, and security in both paper files and electronic systems. 

Program Website | Guidesheet

Certificate Program

Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)

Are you looking for a new career in a fast growing industry? Then MMCC's Certified Nurse Aide or Certified Nursing Assistant program may be for you. This program's training is designed to prepare you to fill the role of direct care giver/nurse aide in health care setting.

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Certificate Program

Pharmacy Technician

A one-year certificate program (Starts Fall 2016) that prepares you for hospital, community, and home infusion/nursing home practice work environments.

Program Website | Guidesheet

Certificate Program

Phlebotomy

The program will prepare students to function as phlebotomists whose responsibilities include, venipuncture and blood draw microcollection techniques. The procedures are performed on patients of all ages at clinics, hospital labs, outpatient care centers and nursing homes.

Program Website

Associate in Sciences-Transfer

Health Sciences Transfer

Our Health Science Transfer graduates go on to bachelor degree programs in many fields:
Nursing, Community / Public Health, Healthcare Administration, Exercise Physiology / Science, Medical Case Management, School Health Education, Environmental Health and Safety, Substance Abuse Education, And More... 

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