• Health Programs

    CCAC offers more than 30 Associate of Science and certificate programs in Health Careers. More than 75 percent of healthcare is delivered by professionals other than physicians. You can be one of those professionals.

    CCAC is one of the nation's leading producers of graduates with Associate Degrees in the health professions. Here you can prepare for one of several health-related careers in the classroom and in our "State of the Science" lab/clinical facilities. We can help you chart a path in diagnostic, therapeutic, patient or administrative services.

    Learn more about the Pathway to Success in Healthcare grant program.

    The Boyce Campus Allied Health Programs will continue to accept ALH applications after the March 1st deadline. Some programs may not have met the maximum enrollment and will continue to accept applications. Programs which have met the maximum enrollment will also continue to accept applications for late acceptances should any seats become available for fall 2017.

    A student must be capable of performing the following list of essential functions while enrolled in a Boyce Campus ALH Program, with or without reasonable accommodations.

  • Health

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    CCAC offers more than 30 Associate of Science and certificate programs in Health Careers. More than 75 percent of healthcare is delivered by professionals other than physicians. You can be one of those professionals.

  • CCAC Health Programs

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     CCAC’s health career programs in Allied Health and Nursing, with more than 30 certificate and degree options, encompass a wide range of exciting professions. Certificate programs and the Phlebotomist diploma program help students develop the skills and knowledge needed for entry-level positions, while CCAC’s other diploma programs offer working professionals the opportunity to acquire specialized skills.
  • Are you eligible for the Pathway to Success Grant?

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    See if you qualify to receive FREE tuition, books and childcare assistance to start a career in the health professions. The Community College of Allegheny County has received a Health Profession Opportunity Grant (HPOG) from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families, Office of Family Assistance to fund the Health Profession Opportunity: Pathway to Success in Healthcare (PSH) program
  • General Admission Information for Health Career Programs

    The Allied Health Career programs at CCAC are limited enrollment programs. This means that you cannot enroll in Allied Health Career courses without having formally applied and been accepted into a program. This application is separate from your general CCAC application.

    Each program has unique admission requirements. For more information on applying to an Allied Health Career Program, please email your program of choice and your US Postal Mailing address to Allied Health Career Programs Admission Information. Applications are not available online.

  • Nursing at CCAC

    The CCAC Associate Degree Nursing Program prepares graduates for entry level practice in the current and emerging global healthcare delivery workforce. The program creates a dynamic, diverse, and supportive student-centered environment for learning. The concept-based curriculum, along with the active engagement of the student in the learning process, provides quality preparation for academic, professional and personal success. Begin your career today.
  • Richard L. Allison
    Dean of Academic Affairs – Boyce Campus/Coordinating Dean of Allied Health

    Phone: 724.325.6754
    rallison@ccac.edu