HCI College Programs
HCI College provides a student-centered environment consistent with its core values preparing graduates to apply their knowledge, and abilities to succeed in a work environment in their field of study. It is equipped with industry relevant facilities to prepare you for the fast-paced career you will be entering. HCI also offers a variety of scholarships and financial aid options for those who qualify.
Associate of Science Degree
The Nursing program is designed to provide training leading to positions as registered nurses in hospitals or comparable facilities.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES – 100% ONLINE
Associate of Science Degree
Prerequisite: Must be a Paramedic or obtain a Paramedic Diploma prior to enrolling
The Associate of Science Degree in Emergency Medical Services prepares individuals who are seeking career advancement and increased employment opportunities in the field of Emergency Medical Services.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (EMT)
The EMT program teaches basic life-support skills including: patient assessment, opening airways, restoring breathing, controlling blood loss, treating victims of shock, immobilizing fractures, bandaging wounds, childbirth assistance, caring for heart attack patients, poison and burn victims, and the transportation of patients.
The Medical Assisting program is designed to prepare students for positions as entry-level medical assistants in a physician’s office, or other medical facilities. This program focuses on providing instruction, through a combination of classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences, in the skills necessary to assist physicians in both the administrative and clinical duties of a medical facility.
The Paramedic program prepares the graduate to function in a pre-hospital setting performing patient assessments, the administration of medications, administering EKGs, and advanced resuscitation procedures.
The Veterinary Assisting program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as an assistant to a veterinarian or Veterinary Technician. Learn about animal care; preparation of exam rooms; assisting in filling prescriptions and setting up lab work; helping with animal nursing; and learn front desk tasks such as customer service and clerical responsibilities. Upon graduation, you will be eligible to take the Certified Veterinary Assistant (CVA) exam.
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