The following courses must be completed prior to applying for admission to the program. “In Progress” work for the prerequisites will not be considered during the selection process.
- Anatomy 25 & Physiology 1 - Human Anatomy & Physiology
- Chemistry 1A/1B - General Chem & Chem Analysis OR Chemistry 2A/2B - Organic & Biochemistry
- Microbiology 2 - Microbiology
- Nutrition 11 - Human Nutrition
- English 1A - Reading & Composition
- Psychology 1 - Introductory Psychology.
- Sociology 1 - Introductory Sociology
- Speech 1 or 10 - Fundamentals of Speech
- Humanities - See AS Degree requirements for list of options (Choose one class)
- Intermediate Algebra - Math 131 equivalent or higher
- Physical Education ( 2 units) - See AS Degree requirements for list of options (two courses)
- American Institutions 125 OR US History (one course) AND Political Science (one course)
Total 59.5 units required
- Anat 115
- DH 101A
- DH 109
- DH 117
- DH 122
- DH 101B
- DH 105
- DH 116
- DH 141
- DH 104A
- DH 107
- DH 200A
- DH 104B
- DH 108
- DH 113A
- DH 119A
- DH 200B
- DH 121
- DH 104C
- DH 111
- DH 113B
- DH 121
- DH 200C
- DH 119B
- DH 120
Use the resources below to see full course descriptions and check on the availability of courses in a given semester.
This program is designed to be completed in months.
This program will cost if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs were accurate at the time of posting, but may have changed.
Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical graduate leaves with of debt.
For more information about graduation rates, loan repayment rates, and post-enrollment earnings about this institution and other postsecondary institutions please click here: www.collegescorecard.ed.gov.
This program has not passed standards established by the U.S. Department of Education. The Department based these standards on the amounts students borrow for enrollment in this program and their reported earnings. If in the future the program does not pass the standards, students who are then enrolled may not be able to use federal student grants or loans to pay for the program, and may have to find other ways, such as private loans, to pay for the program.