Allied Health Technology
Allied health programs prepare students for a range of jobs in the health profession through classroom and clinical rotations.
Why Study This Program?
The healthcare profession offers individuals highly rewarding careers involved with saving lives and improving patients’ quality of life. Millersville University’s allied health programs provide students with an excellent education in the basic sciences (biology, chemistry, math and physics) while accelerating their clinical preparation for the health profession to which they aspire.
What Will You Learn?
The programs in allied health at Millersville generally follow a 3 + 1 pattern. Students spend three years on campus completing general education and science requirements followed by 11-12 months of instruction in a hospital-based program.
The pre-athletic training program is a 3+2 program that leads to a B.S. in Allied Health from Millersville and a Master’s in Athletic Training from an affiliated graduate program. The Sports Medicine option is a 4-year program that prepares students for graduate or professional studies.
Students majoring in an allied health field can select from the following areas of study:
Clinical Laboratory Science
Nuclear Medicine Technology