What We Do The Allied Health Professions include Health Information Management, Medical Assisting, Nuclear Medicine, Paramedic, Radiography, Surgical Technology and Respiratory Therapy What You Get Students receive outstanding practical instruction using cutting edge technology and equipment located in the new Center for Health Sciences building. All programs include clinical internships that allow students to apply the skills they learn in the classroom and laboratory. Where You'll Go According to recent Bureau of Labor Statistics (2012-2013 report), health care is projected to be the fastest-growing industry in the U.S., creating more than 3.5 million new jobs through 2020. Earn your degree now to get started in one of these exciting and financially rewarding careers! You deserve it! The Next Steps Visit the department or speak to an academic advisor to find out if a program in this division is the right fit for you. How Do I Apply?