Start your path to a rewarding health care career with a two-year associate degree from PA College. Choose from eight programs in a variety of growing fields.
Cardiac Electrophysiology Associate Degree
Cardiac Electrophysiologist (CEP) technologists diagnose and treat problems with the heart’s electrical system.
Cardiovascular Invasive Specialty Associate Degree
The heart is the hardest working muscle in the body, and cardiovascular invasive specialists play an important role in patient health.
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Associate Degree
Sonographers work closely with patients, using highly technical equipment to evaluate the brain, abdomen and other parts of the body.
Nuclear Medicine Technology Associate Degree
Nuclear medicine technologists administer radiopharmaceuticals and operate imaging equipment to diagnose and treat diseases.
Nursing Associate Degree
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences started as a nursing school more than 100 years ago. Today, our RN associate degree builds upon this legacy with the experiential learning that’s among the nation’s best in class.
Radiography Associate Degree
Radiologic technologists, or radiographers, perform radiographic examinations using a variety of sophisticated digital imaging and recording equipment.
Respiratory Care Associate Degree
Respiratory therapists, or RTs, help patients of all ages with breathing and lung problems. As an RT, you’ll work alongside physicians to assess, evaluate and diagnose problems ranging from asthma and lung disease to cardiac arrest.
Surgical Technology Associate Degree
Work in an intense environment as a vital part of a lifesaving surgical team. Surgical technologists assist members of the health care team before, during and after surgical procedures.
Vascular Sonography Associate Degree
Vascular Sonographers use their unique expertise to examine the veins and arteries of patients, making sure their blood is flowing as it should.