To work in health care, you have to bring every part of yourself to the job. You need solid technical skills, but you also have to master your “soft skills.” You have to be able to communicate clearly, effectively, and with compassion for the patients you’re dedicated to serving.
At Monroe’s School of Allied Health Professions, we offer degrees in:
- Medical Assisting
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Medical Administration
- Health Services Administration
- Public Health
And you’ll have plenty of support from clubs on campus, including:
- Alpha Eta, the national honor society for allied health professionals
- The National Healthcare Association (NHA)
- The Allied Health Club of Monroe College
You’ll feel the pride of working toward a career that’s filled with purpose.