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 technologist, MRI tech, pharmacy technician, medical assistant, or registered nurse.

Healthcare Careers Projected To Grow!

Employment is projected to increase by 11.5 million over the 2016-26 decade, an increase from 156.1 million to 167.6 million, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This growth--0.7 percent annually--is faster than the 0.5 percent rate of growth during the 2006–16 decade. Health care industries and their associated occupations are expected to account for a large share of new jobs projected through 2026, as the aging population continues to drive demand for health care services.

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)

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Associate in Applied Science

Medical Assistant

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Associate in Nursing

Nursing

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Associate in Applied Science

Physical Therapist Assistant

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Associate in Applied Science

Public Health

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Associate in Applied Science

Radiography

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Training Credential

Computed Tomography Technology (CT)

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Certificate Program

Pharmacy Technician

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Associate in Sciences-Transfer

Health Sciences Transfer

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Non-Degree/Certification Prep

Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)

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Non-Degree/Certification Prep

Phlebotomy

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