Allied Health & Nursing
Eighteen scholarships totaling more than $58,000 are available to students pursuing an Allied Health, Emergency Services and Nursing major. Applications open in mid-February and close in mid-April.
Welcome to the Division of Allied Health and Nursing: if you are a prospective student, you have selected to learn about one of the most advanced and cost-effective nursing programs in Pennsylvania. In our division you will find a variety of programs and courses that can springboard your career into the health care, emergency services, and nursing arenas.
If you share a passion for nursing or have a desire to work in the health or emergency care fields join us at Delaware County Community College and realize your dreams. Many programs offered by the Allied Health division have special application requirements. Visit the College’s admissions page for details and contact us if you have any questions.
Develop competencies essential to safe, effective nursing practice in a variety of health care settings within the community; upon successful completion, A.A.S. (Associate in Applied Science) recipients are eligible to sit for the state licensure examination to become registered nurses (NCLEX-RN). Learn More Nursing »
Health Care Management
(Associate in Applied Science, AHM): Participants learn the skills needed for management roles in health care settings. Course work also provides a foundation for further study in Health Care or Health Services Administration.
(Certificate of Proficiency, CMED; and Medical Assistant (A.A.S.), MED): Get ready to work in the field as a multi-skilled health care worker, performing administrative and clinical duties while functioning as an assistant to a physician in ambulatory care settings. Learn More Medical Assistant »
Prepare for a job in the fast-paced acute care environment of the operating room as a technician who hands instruments to surgeons. Learn More Surgical Technology »
The Neurodiagnostic Technology program is designed for individuals seeking a career as a Neurodiagnostic Technologist. Through classroom and clinical experiences, students will receive the instruction necessary to perform Neurodiagnostic Technology (NDT) procedures which are essential for the clinical investigation of many neurological, neurosurgical and sleep disorders.
For current nurses interested in entering the operating room as an OR nurse. Learn More Perioperative Program »
RN First Assistant
A program designed for Perioperative Nurses looking to advance to the level of RN First Assistant. Learn More RN First »
(Associate in Applied Science (RESP): Discover the rewards of managing, treating, testing and caring for patients with breathing abnormalities in this accredited program; graduates may receive their Registered Respiratory Therapist credential after successful completion of the Entry-Level Certification Examination and the Advanced Practitioner’s Examination.