The School of Health Professions offers a range of courses for those wishing to pursue their training in an online setting.
The following programs offer online schooling with courses beginning in January and August each year.
The program is an eight-week online course with short breaks between courses for a total of seven semesters and 24 months.
There is a face-to-face program orientation prior to the start of the program to set students up for success and it follows a Cohort model that offers students the chance to gain a sense of community and individual attention as they progress through the program with the same group of students.
This program requires that students complete one eight-week course at a time and finish the program in 10 months. Students earn 15 college credits upon completion.
Each course helps prepare students to take their national exam at the end of the program so they can be certified as a Medical Assistant.
Coursework is to be delivered online with 2 to 3 required skills lab per course to be completed in an in-person classroom in Great Falls, MT, Wilsonville, OR, or Renton, WA.
This program includes eight week online courses with short breaks in between courses with the total schooling of six semesters for 23 months. It follows the cohort model to help students gain a sense of community and individual attention as they progress through the program with the same group of students. There is a face-to-face orientation prior to the start of the program, as well.
This program is comprised of eight-week online courses for six semesters totaling 24 months with short breaks between each course. It also follows the cohort model and includes a face-to-face program orientation prior to the start of the program.
This program is comprised of four semesters for a total of 16 months. It is an online program with mandatory live video conference classes one day every other week. There is face-to-face program immersion day prior to the start of the program and it follows the cohort model, also.
This program is provided fully online, with certificate completion made in two semesters. There are four eight week courses separated by short breaks. Upon completion, each student will earn 3 bachelors’ level credits and a Certificate of Completion.