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Make a difference in people's lives starting with your own! Earn your degree in two years, or choose to take less courses each semester to better accommodate your work and family schedule. An instructor from any of GCC's Health Care Career Programs will be happy to speak with you.
With the abundance of medical career options and specialties to consider, you may be unsure of what area interests you the most. GCC's Health Studies A.S. and Certificate programs provide the perfect opportunity for you to explore the wide range of health care career options while mastering basic communication and computer skills.
Learn more about the Health Studies program.
Registered Nurses (R.N.'s) work to promote health, prevent disease, and help patients cope with illness. GCC's two year Nursing program prepares you to pass the national R.N. licensing examination, and is accredited by the Accreditation Commision for Education in Nursing.
Learn more about the Antoinette Marchese Clancy School of Nursing program.
The PTA is a licensed healthcare professional dedicated to high standards of clinical practice. The PTA Program at GCC is an intense, academically rigorous program and requires dedicated, hardworking students with solid support systems. In order to pass the challenging national licensing exam and achieve the skill set necessary for excellence in clinical practice, students can expect a demanding course load, robust study, considerable practice of treatment techniques, research and collaborative project work outside the scheduled class hours.
Learn more about the Physical Therapist Assistant program.
A Respiratory Therapist is responsible for setting up and operating the life-saving machines that help people breathe when breathing disorders and difficulties prevent them from adequately doing so on their own. As a Respiratory Therapist, you will also use a variety of sophisticated equipment and techniques to evaluate and monitor a patient's respiratory health.
Learn more about the Respiratory Care program.
From sleep apnea to narcolepsy to insomnia—there are 84 different classifications of sleep disorders and more than 70 million Americans suffer from sleeping disease. In fact, sleep disorders have become one of the fastest growing health concerns today with an 18% job growth expected through 2024. For these reasons, Genesee Community College’s Polysomnographic Technology program helps train sleep technologists and prepares them for great careers in this emerging healthcare specialty.
Learn more about the Polysomnographic Technology (Sleep Technologists) program.
The Veterinary Technology program at GCC will let you turn your love of animals into an exciting new career where you can make a difference in the lives of animals and people. Earning this degree will enter you into a field that is constantly changing, with new advances and techniques often occurring.
Learn more about the Veterinary Technology program.