IMPORTANT UPDATE: Some Fall Semester Deadlines Extended
Attention: Health Sciences & Nursing Students
Health Sciences and Nursing programs are extending the TEAS deadline to June 30, 2020 for Fall Program Admission.
Applications sessions for the following programs will be held in June 1 – June 30, 2020.
Medical Assisting – Appalachian Campus
Physical Therapy Assistant
Clinical Lab Technology
Application Sessions for Practical Nursing and Associate Degree nursing programs will be held virtually in April & May and on campus in the month of June.
Dates will be posted on the program’s web pages.
What are the Health Sciences?
The Health Sciences Division at Chattahoochee Technical College offers a variety of degree, diploma, and certificate programs that prepare graduates for employment in the dynamic environment within the vital health care industry. We offer programs that support every aspect of health care, from nursing to medical records management. If you’re interested in a rewarding career—making a real difference in people’s lives—Chattahoochee Tech has a health sciences program that’s right for you within the Health Sciences Division. Chattahoochee Technical College Health Sciences Division 5198 Ross Road Acworth, GA 30102 Phone: 770-975-4102 Email: Health.Sciences@ChattahoocheeTech.edu Administration: Mr. Ron Webb, Dean
A word about our community partners…
All Health Sciences programs at Chattahoochee Technical College include classroom and hands-on clinical instruction. In the classroom, your instructors will be leaders and experts in their respective fields. Your clinical education will give you in-depth, hands-on experience at some of our nation’s top health care institutions. CTC students participate in clinical education with some of the area’s most prominent healthcare providers, including:
- Cartersville Medical Center
- Grady Hospital
Additionally, students are placed in a wide variety of physicians’ offices, rehabilitation clinics, long-term care facilities, and ambulatory care facilities throughout the college’s service area.
All of our Health Sciences programs exceed state and national averages on state and national licensure examinations. Our graduates are employed by the top health care providers in the state. The program admission process for the Health Sciences Division is designed to select students with the best aptitude for each program based on a variety of factors, including students’ grades in pre-requisite courses and scores on standardized tests. Contact an advisor: Health Sciences Academic Advisement.