Austin Community College is the area’s Number 1 trainer and retrainer for healthcare professionals. ACC’s Health Sciences programs combine the highest quality instruction with clinical experience in both hospital and community settings.
Explore which ACC Health Science program might be a good choice for you. Visit our departments to learn more about the variety of healthcare careers available through Austin Community College:
- Allied Health Sciences
- Cardiovascular-Inverventional Radiology
- Computed Tomography
- Dental Hygiene
- EMS Professions
- Health Information Technology
- Medical Laboratory Technology
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Nursing - Associate Degree
- Nursing - Vocational
- Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Pharmacy Technician
- Phlebotomy Technician
- Physical Therapist Assistant
- Surgical Technology
- Veterinary Technology
Need more options?
ACC offers non-degree classes for those looking for professional development or job-entry preparation outside "traditional" college. Contact the Continuing Education Division (512.223.7542) for information.
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|The application deadline for the Associate Degree Nursing Traditional track program has been extended to March 9, 2018. For more information, please visit the Application Process for Traditional Track page.
Posted: 02/06/2018 09:04 am
All students wanting to apply to a Health Science Program should start their application by uploading their immunization record to Castle Branch. Use Package Code UL64im. Immunizations and other documentation will be required prior to applications being accepted at the Eastview and Round Rock Campuses. For assistance with this new process, please call Health Sciences at 512-223-5700.
Posted: 09/01/2017 11:13 am
ACC President/CEO Dr. Richard M. Rhodes discusses a solution to the stateís nursing crisis in a Presidentís Podcast featuring guests Megan Snay, a May graduate of ACCís nursing program, and Greg Hartman, chief of external and academic affairs with the Seton Healthcare Family. The three examine the impact of Senate Bill 2118, signed into law by Texas Governor Greg Abbott on Monday, June 12.
Click here to listen to the podcast.