School of Health Studies

Berkeley College School of Health Studies The Berkeley College School of Health Studies provides outstanding career-focused education in many of today’s most in-demand healthcare professions, including clinical specializations and healthcare administration. 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 provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to enter rewarding, fulfilling careers in a variety of healthcare facilities and organizations. 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 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 to the classroom. Students benefit from the firsthand insight and expertise of the healthcare faculty. Clinical practicums are also an important part of the well-rounded healthcare education provided by Berkeley College. Students gain valuable experience working in healthcare facilities under the supervision of licensed and/or certified healthcare professionals. Career Services specialists assist students and graduates in identifying and pursuing job opportunities.

The following programs are not offered to new students and are only available to continuing students currently enrolled in them:

Health Sciences

Medical Assistant

Medical Insurance, Billing, and Coding

Practical Nurse

Surgical Technology

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Please note: Berkeley College reserves the right to revise course offerings, cancel scheduled courses, or make any other curriculum changes that the College, in its sole discretion, deems appropriate. The College may limit an individual student’s course load as needed to facilitate the student’s academic success. Such changes may affect the estimated duration and cost of the student’s program. For more information, students should consult with an Academic Advisor.