Have you completed formal, accredited education in a field such as medical lab technology, paramedic technology, medical assisting or ultrasonography? Are you ready to take your career to the next level?
Earn your associate degree in Allied Health at PennWest University.
All you have to do is complete 30 credits in general education coursework. You’ll acquire strong critical thinking as well as oral and written communication skills and gain a fundamental knowledge of the arts and humanities, physical and biological sciences, and social and behavioral sciences. PennWest will award you with credit for your prior clinical experience – and an associate degree in Allied Health.
Upon completion of the program, you will be positioned for greater opportunities for career advancement, or have the credentials you need to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Median pay for medical sonographers and cardiovascular technologists and technicians in 2021.
For previous clinical education.
Additional academic credits.
What Can I Do with an Associate Degree in Allied Health?
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the fields of Allied Health will continue to grow faster than some others through 2030. With an A.A. in Allied Health from PennWest University, you may advance your career in a variety of fields, including:
PennWest’s three campuses, California, Clarion and Edinboro universities, have been delivering award-winning online programs for more than 20 years. You’ll graduate with a degree from Pennsylvania Western University, completely supported by the expertise and community of learners on our brick-and-mortar campuses.