Health Sciences


What You’ll Learn

Students will make a difference by providing quality care alongside experts in many different healthcare professions. They will apply the health care skills they master in class to a variety of clinical environments while developing a professional work ethic and the ability to provide compassionate patient care.

Students will learn the core and foundation skills (temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, etc.) for health fields such as medical assisting, laboratory, medical office technology, dental assisting, optical technology, nursing and pharmacy. Also, students will gain an understanding in all areas of the health core curriculum including: safety, anatomy and physiology, asepsis, ethics, medical terminology, pharmacology, illness prevention and office procedures.

Additional training opportunities are available in phlebotomist, EKG technician, sports safety, radiology aide, surgical technical aide, respiratory therapy aide, occupational therapist, physical therapist, dietary aide, and medical records and billing.

Licenses/Certificates Available

  • Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)
  • CPR and First Aid through the American Heart Association
  • Patient Care Technician (PCT)
Available at all campuses


Northeast Campus • Randy Maddock, Counselor • 248.451.2710 •

Northwest Campus • Anne George, Counselor • 248.922.5802 •

Southeast Campus • Angela Haley, Counselor • 248.288.4020 •

Southwest Campus • Amy Flynn, Counselor • 248.668.5608 •