The Berkeley College School of Health Studies was created to provide outstanding career-focused education in some of today’s most in-demand healthcare professions—in clinical specializations, as well as healthcare administration and management. Degree and certificate programs have been carefully developed to meet the needs of this important field.
In-depth classroom instruction combines with practical, hands-on learning to prepare students with the knowledge and skills to enter a rewarding, fulfilling career. Clinical students train with modern medical devices and technology in simulated healthcare environments, where they learn current industry practices and procedures. Students pursuing careers in healthcare administration and management learn the essential skills and technologies that keep healthcare facilities running smoothly, including medical insurance, billing, and coding.
The School of Health Studies faculty members bring both excellent academic credentials and professional experience. Students benefit from the firsthand insight and expertise of instructors. Internships or clinical practicums are also an important part of the well-rounded healthcare education at Berkeley College. Students gain valuable experience working in leading area facilities under the supervision of healthcare professionals.
Students interested in a rewarding, fulfilling career in the healthcare field should examine the programs at Berkeley College, where students receive personal attention and comprehensive support every step of the way.
Sheila Dynan, D.M.H.
Dean, School of Health Studies
Three faculty and one alumna from the Berkeley College School of Health Studies traveled to Guayaquil, Ecuador, on a medical mission at Hospital de Niños Dr. Roberto Gilbert, the largest pediatric hospital in Ecuador. The Berkeley group volunteered with Healing the Children® New Jersey (HTCNJ). The medical mission ran June 7-14, 2014. Visit the Berkeley Knightline blog for photos and stories about the trip.