Students and healthcare professionals interested in advancing their careers may benefit from a bachelor-level degree. At Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology and Cambridge Institute of Allied Health, we are proud to offer a number of bachelor-level programs, each designed to help students obtain key knowledge and skills vital to success in healthcare careers.
Cambridge’s Bachelors Programs
- Nursing: Our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program helps current nurses obtain the additional knowledge and skills needed to further their careers. The RN to BSN program is offered completely online, allowing active nurses the chance to learn and advance their career opportunities without having to sacrifice their current careers. The program has been specifically designed for nurses who are currently licensed, active in their careers and interested in opening new career paths.
- Radiologic Sciences: The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences program has been designed to help currently licensed Radiologic Technologists with Associate-level degrees further their careers. The online program offers the flexibility medical imaging professionals need to further their education and career opportunities without sacrificing their income.
Each of our academic programs is designed to prepare you to take and pass any required qualification examinations, and to build the foundation you need to pursue a successful career in the medical field.
Why Choose Cambridge for Your Bachelor’s Degree?
At Cambridge College, we know you have many options when selecting an institution of learning. We hope you’ll choose us for a number of reasons. Of the many benefits you will enjoy as a student at Cambridge, we believe you will gain the most from the following:
- Balance and flexibility: We understand that your career and personal life are just as important as your education. With that in mind, we offer all our Bachelor-level programs online, allowing you to balance every aspect of your life without the need to sacrifice anything in the process.