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The College offers 15 degree programs in a variety of specialty areas. Graduates work alongside physicians, dentists and other members of health care teams to assure that the citizens of Michigan have access to quality health care.

The College of Allied Health Sciences continues to offer career-oriented education for individuals interested in providing for the health and well-being of others. Graduates work alongside physicians, dentists and other members of health care teams to assure that the citizens of Michigan have access to quality health care.

Our graduates enjoy close to 100 percent placement rates, with projected job growth in all career areas. Our college offers small lab sizes, state-of-the-industry equipment, and clinical or internship experiences in each program.