For years, healthcare careers have been a shining example of opportunity for those with the right degree and skills. Seven of the top ten careers in U.S. News & World Report’s The 100 Best Jobs are in healthcare.1 Healthcare careers can be very rewarding if you enjoy helping people get well and, for those who would like to achieve the highest professional stature via higher education, the career ladder is propped and ready for climbing.
But where should you complete the degree and skills your need to compete for the best jobs? The School of Healthcare at CollegeAmerica is the proven choice for both new career-seekers and working professionals who are ready for greater challenges and opportunity. For decades, we’ve offered employment-focused degree programs with personalized, friendly services. We’ve been successful because we tune the skill-sets and knowledge of our students to the requirements of the companies and industries that are their future employers. Why take chances with your future? Put your trust in the School of Healthcare at CollegeAmerica. Call for information today.
If online learning works better with your lifestyle, explore programs through our affiliated institution – Independence University. Look for programs marked with an asterisk (*) for degree offerings taught completely online, or offered in both an online and on campus format.
Healthcare organizations of all types and sizes need qualified professionals to help deliver patient care services. With the right degree, you could enjoy a rewarding and fulfilling career in the medical field.
CollegeAmerica’s School of Healthcare provides a variety of degree programs to choose from to help you kick-start your healthcare career. Explore your degree options below.
Move your nursing career forward and assume greater responsibility with supplemental education and skills.
Command an important role in the healthcare sector by helping to manage electronic health records.
Advance your healthcare career with essential knowledge and skills for administration of healthcare facilities.
Access a pathway to top management in healthcare operations managing people, facilities, and budgets for improved patient care.
Create a new career path as a nurse educator in a wide variety of settings, including higher education and career training.
Accelerate your career in nursing and prepare for success in managerial positions and supervisory roles.
Get the knowledge you need to manage information technology in the healthcare setting.
“If I can explain it in one word, I am content, and happy, and comfortable. I know it’s because of my degrees I was able to be where I’m at today. If it weren’t for my degrees, I think I would still being doing housekeeping.”
- Shannon Ayzie
Medical Specialties (AOS), Healthcare Administration (BS)
“You can take any job, even if it makes a lot of money, but if you don’t love what you do, it’s not worth it. I actually love the medical field. I didn’t even know I loved the medical field. If it were not for CollegeAmerica I would not have put my foot in the door of something that I love.”
- Kaytee Lacour
Medical Specialties (AOS)
“CollegeAmerica has the accelerated courses, which was nicer being an older student going back to college. I didn’t want to spend four years on an education, because I had waited so long from high school going back to school. I wanted something that would meet my needs, faster.”
- Krista Crawford
Business Management & Accounting (AAS)
“Before I even started college, I was shy. I was not very confident in what I was doing. I couldn’t tell anybody what I was doing in my future. I run Mountain Bytes, LLC. I service in home computers for my clients. I repair, troubleshoot, the whole nine yards. I felt a lot more confident in a lot of what I do in my career.”
- Reid Anderson
Computer Science with a Networking & Information Systems Security emphasis (BS)
“I have a specialty. I have a career. It’s like nothing I’ve ever dreamt I could feel before! I’m a stronger person. I’m better for my kids, better for our family. I make a lot more money now. In general, I feel like an actual career person, like a member of society really contributing the most that I can. The confidence that gave me was unbelievable. I just know I can do things now.”
- Kelly Rippey
Medical Specialties (AOS)