Graduates employed at Memorial Health Systems
Certificate programs can be completed in just 9 months
Student to Instructor
Eligible for Financial Aid
Career Change Seekers (Adults)
With the unemployment rate at a record high, there’s never been a better time to earn a degree. Now is the time to make the career change you’ve always wanted or to keep yourself competitive by learning new skills.
Our value of transferable classes, especially for students who have had their plans intercepted, an ability to adapt quickly to change, and our close connections to workforce needs make us stand out.
We're training students for in-demand jobs. We fuel our local healthcare workforce with qualified graduates - more than 260 of our Health graduates over the last five years have gone on to work at Memorial Health Systems.
Greater Flexibility for Working Students
We understand life can be hectic at the best of times. That's why we're doing what we can to make it easier than ever to complete the steps to fall enrollment.
We're now offering online placement testing so you can knock out one step of the enrollment process whenever it works for you. On the weekend, after hours, at home in your jammies, or after the kids go to bed - take your placement test on your terms. Best part? It's completely free.
Check out our four quick steps to get enrolled this fall semester and sign up for your placement test today.
Come here for one semester and save up to $3,525 (vs public) or $14,025 (vs private). Stay for the whole year and save time and money.
An online class is the same no matter where you take it. Small School. Big. Savings.
We have 13 different Certificate programs that lead to direct employment. These options allow you to upskill quickly and get right back into the workforce.
Want to find out more about current in-demand jobs? Visit any of the links below.
Additional Funding Resources
More than 70% of our students are eligible for federal financial aid, such as the Pell Grant, student loans, and the work-study program. However, you may be eligible for additional assistance through other agencies.