Healthcare Programs Overview
Whether you're new to the field or are currently a healthcare professional, our programs are designed to help you advance. Through a variety of short-term certificates, associate degrees and applied bachelor's degree programs, you'll build the expertise and skills needed to excel in higher-wage positions.
We can help you achieve the healthcare career you’ve always wanted through one of the Allied Health Degree Pathways (pdf).
Certificate and Associate Degree Options
- Allied Health: Generalist
- Dental Assisting
- Expanded Function Dental Auxiliary (EFDA) Certificate of Completion
- Health Information Technology
- Medical Assisting
- Nursing Assistant – Certified
- Sterile Processing
- Surgical Technology
Education and Human Services Certificate program: Seattle Central College offers a Care Navigation & Coordination Certificate designed to prepare individuals who are interested in coordination and advocacy roles across health and human services systems.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Allied Health
Are you interested in a Physician Assistant Master’s Program?
The Pre-Physician Assistant pathways of our Community Health and Education and Respiratory Care applied bachelor’s degree tracks meet the academic admissions requirements for the Physician Assistant master's degree at the University of Washington (UW) School of Medicine's MEDEX Northwest program.
For more information, please email AlliedHealthBAS.Central@seattlecolleges.edu.
Seattle Central College's Allied Health programs are intended to meet the educational requirements for licensing/certification in the State of Washington only. Seattle Central College has not determined if program curricula meet the educational requirements for licensing/certification in any other state. Additional information about licensure/certification concerns can be found on the NC-SARA webpage. Please contact eLearning with any questions at DisLrn@SeattleColleges.edu