Health and Sciences Programs
- Health and Biological Sciences
- Math and Physical Sciences
- Social and Behavioral Sciences and Nursing
- Physical Education
College of DuPage offers more than 25 health-related areas of study in four major areas: rehabilitation, diagnostics, medical information and patient care. Most of the college's health programs require a separate admissions process. In addition, students must take several prerequisite courses before being accepted into classroom and clinical education.
Our graduates typically achieve a nearly 100 percent pass rate on applicable board certification exams. They are ready, willing and very prepared to begin their careers in the health care industry.
Specific questions about the application and admission to the various Nursing and Health program(s) can be directed to the Health Programs Admissions Advisor (630) 942-2259 or the Health Programs Admissions Specialist (630) 942-2482. However, it is strongly recommended that you attend the Program Advising session as a first step.
The biological sciences include anatomy and physiology, biology and microbiology. You can take general education requirements or curriculum that leads to transfer to baccalaureate-granting institutions.
Anatomy and Physiology
Cancer Registry Management
Cardiac Interventional Radiography Specialist
Clinical Laboratory Science
Diagnostic Medical Imaging Computed Tomography
Diagnostic Medical Imaging Nuclear Medicine
Diagnostic Medical Imaging Mammography
Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiography (X-ray)
Diagnostic Medical Imaging Sonography
Diagnostic Medical Imaging Vascular Sonography
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Health Information Technology/Medical Coding and Billing
Hearing Instrument Dispensary Program
Long Term Care Administration
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology
Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)
Speech Language Pathology Assistant
Math and Physical Sciences
Math and Physical
The Sciences encompass a wide range of exciting programs at College of DuPage: from earth science to chemistry, from engineering to physics, from education to psychology.
Courses and curricula are designed to develop mastery of these areas. In addition, social science courses fulfill many of the general education requirements needed for a successful transfer to a baccalaureate-granting institution.
Social and Behavioral
The Social and Behavioral Sciences impart a broad perspective of human behavior, cultural
heritage and our relationships with others, our social institutions and the environment
through the study of anthropology, criminal justice, political science, early childhood
education and many other subject areas.
Associate Degree in Nursing (A.D.N.)
Basic Nursing Assistant (B.N.A)
Early Childhood Education and Care
Director of Athletics
In recent years, careers in physical education have become more specialized. Students
interested in physical education or related fields find numerous career opportunities
in teaching, coaching, management, marketing, finance, health promotion, rehabilitation,
recreation and wellness/fitness. Most of these positions require a bachelor's degree,
and some require special certifications or advanced study. Teaching, coaching and
administrative positions are available in schools and colleges. Agencies that provide
preventative exercise programs include health clubs, corporate centers, commercial
agencies, and community organizations such as recreation departments and YMCAs.
Health and Sciences Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2616, (630) 942-2010
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Outstanding Graduates for 2012
Each year College of DuPage recognizes graduates whose achievements truly demonstrate determination and success. The Outstanding Graduates of 2012 are both Health Sciences students, but their backgrounds and ambitions tell two different and inspirational stories.
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