Where are today's hottest career opportunities? In the healthcare professions! Demand continues to exceed available workers across the nation and Washington State's health sciences programs can prepare you to become a vital member of the healthcare team. Our classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences prepare you for careers in hospitals, laboratories, extended care facilities, rehabilitation centers, physicians' offices and related settings.
Admission to any of the health sciences programs is selective and limited. All programs require successful completion of algebra, biology and chemistry in addition to other admission criteria.
2017 Health Application Packets
Introductory courses in biology, chemistry and algebra at the high school or college developmental level with a final course grade of "C" or better in each course (minimum of 1 credit).
ACT composite score of 17 or better (SAT not accepted).
The student must be at least 18 years of age by the first day of program orientation (August).
Proof of high school graduation or G.E.D.
All health programs require Healthcare Provider CPR
All programs require Algebra, Biology, and Chemistry except Massage Therapy.
To begin working on these pre-requisites please contact