The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Allied Health Professions (AHP) offers flexibility in tailoring the curriculum to suit the individual academic and career objectives of each student. This program entails the completion of a range between 61-64 semester credit hours, comprising 15 hours of general education requirements and 49 hours allocated to healthcare-related occupation courses. These areas of concentration encompass comprehensive healthcare programs that underscore both the theoretical foundations and practical applications crucial for successful entry into the healthcare workforce. Upon graduation, students will possess a solid foundation and relevant skills to excel in various healthcare roles. By working closely with a faculty advisor, students can strategically select courses from specific areas of concentration that align with their desired career trajectory in the healthcare field.