Associate degree graduates from the following disciplines are eligible for enrollment in the Allied Health program. Graduates of associate degree health programs receive a number of different degrees—AAS, AS, AA, etc—all of which are eligible for participation in the program.
Clinical laboratory technician
Diagnostic medical technologist
Emergency medical technician – paramedic
Health information technician
Nuclear medicine technologist
Occupational therapy assistant
Physical therapist assistant
Radiation therapy technologist
If you are an associate degree graduate in a health discipline that is not on the above list, please contact the Allied Health Program Director for further information. You may be eligible for admission.
The program has a formal affiliation with a number of community colleges in the state of Maryland including, among others, the Community College of Baltimore County, Frederick Community College, Harford Community College, Howard Community College, and Moutgomery Community College. Graduates of those and other colleges, including community colleges outside of Maryland, are eligible for admission to the program. Preferential admission is given to graduates of participating Maryland Community Colleges.