According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, EIGHT of the Top 20 fastest growing professions are in the Healthcare Industry!
- 3 transcripted college credits available
- Students may earn their First Aid, CPR, and LNA certifications
- Students may join SkillsUSA
This upper level program is designed for students who are planning to attend college or other medical training programs and pursue careers in medicine, nursing, physical therapy, radiologic imaging, laboratory technology, dental hygiene, veterinary technology, or sports medicine. Students in the first year of this class will earn one credit in Anatomy & Physiology. Additionally, students may earn 3 transcripted college credits. Students will explore the symptoms of disease and wellness that may occur in the human body during a person's life. These students will also have job shadows in actual medical settings to help them apply their academic learning to real life situations. Students will participate in group activities designed to promote individual growth and the development of leadership skills. Second year students will focus on Nurse Assisting. If you like working with people and you enjoy science and medical technology, consider this program.
Medical Professions I (Course # 70867) -- For First Year Students
Prerequisite: Junior standing; "B" average or better in 424 Biology or higher level.
Medical Professions II (Course # 70868) -- For Second Year Students
Prerequisite: This class is open to all students who have earned a "C" or higher in Medical Professions I.
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Anatomy & Physiology -
Licensed Nurse Assistant (LNA)
Blood Borne Pathogens
Community College of Vermont:
Medical Terminology (3 credits)
Julie Faas (Contact)
Career Opportunities in Medical Professions
Physician's Assistant, Nurse, Sports Medicine, Dental Hygienist, Nuclear Technologist, Physical Therapist, Respiratory Therapist, Emergency Medical Technician, Veterinary Technician