Allied Health

Explore the vast career possibilities in healthcare.

Lay the groundwork for a future in one of the most thriving fields.

Pursue an associate’s in Allied Health and customize a path that aligns with your career goals. In just two years, you’ll build a foundation that will prepare you for a host of non-direct patient care positions in the growing field of healthcare. Dive into anatomy and physiology along with social science, healthcare documentation, management, and more. An optional internship provides opportunities for on-the-job learning while getting exposure to a healthcare-related setting.

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Allied Health (A.A.S.)

Explore a variety of non-direct patient care roles in a rapidly growing field.

Bachelor Degree Pathway

Rise to administrative and management positions in your field with an Applied Health Studies, Completion (B.S.) Online degree.


Minors & Immersions

Pair a minor with any bachelor's degree, or an immersion with any bachelor's or associate's degree.

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Request your very own personal tour. This weekday option includes a tour of your academic program, a meeting with an admissions counselor, and a campus & housing tour.

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There are lots of ways to explore your future across all types of majors from nursing to culinary.

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  • Stay and learn on campus over your summer break
  • Explore a variety of career options
  • Experience our hands-on approach to education 
  • Earn up to $2,000 in Penn College scholarships
Penn College News

Surgical technology program hosts continuing ed event

Penn College’s surgical technology program hosted about 30 professionals on campus Saturday to provide four hours of continuing education. The annual continuing education event is devised to show appreciation to the dedicated professionals who act as preceptors to Penn College surgical technology students at their clinical sites. Attendees, many of them Penn College alumni, included certified surgical technologists and certified surgical first assistants.


Physician assistant students complete clinical rotations in Peru

Two Pennsylvania College of Technology physician assistant studies students feel inspired and grateful following a recent clinical education rotation in Peru. Erin T. Braxton, of Berwyn, Catherine Coy, of Clifton Park, New York, spent five weeks in Trujillo, one of Peru’s largest cities. They completed their elective clinical rotation at Florencia de Mora hospital, with Braxton focusing on obstetrics and gynecology and Coy on pediatrics.


Commencement weekend overflows with pride, joy

Pennsylvania College of Technology conducted three commencement ceremonies on May 10-11 for about 725 students who completed academic requirements during the Spring 2024 semester. Here is a quick sprint through the ceremonies. (Sprints were many as graduates and guests dodged raindrops both days but enjoyed interludes of sunshine and overflowing pride and joy.) Stay tuned for more photos on Penn College News in the coming days.