Health Sciences & Wellness Open House: 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Oct. 21
Most LCCC HSW students must complete clinical rotations for program completion. These clinical rotations occur in clinical settings with clinical sites that have agreed to provide these educational experiences for LCCC students. In order to ensure the safest environment possible for their patients and staff, many of these clinical settings have included COVID-19 in their list of clinical clearance requirements, with limited exemptions available for students and employees. Because all clinical hours and/or clinical competencies must be completed to meet program requirements, this means you may be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccination or have an approved exemption on file to enter and/or progress in the Allied Health program. For additional information, regarding these requirements, please see the Health Sciences & Wellness Policies Handbook, Addendum and the Clinical Site COVID-19 FAQ’s.
The Health Sciences & Wellness Program is recommended for students who desire a broad exploration of the health science field. It provides the general education enhanced with health science related courses, that allow a student the flexibility to apply for selective admission health science programs in different fields. Because of the varied programs available, students are urged to work closely with their advisor to meet their career goals.
Additional Information and Requirements: Students are encouraged to apply for more than one program each year. Each program has specific admission requirements – see program webpages for detailed information or meet with a health science academic advisor or faculty mentor for specifics.
What will I learn?
Students will learn about behavioral and biological sciences. They will learn to apply professional standards and demonstrate critical thinking to health situations. Students will also learn about communication in healthcare disciplines.
Associate of Science
The Health Sciences & Wellness Program is designed for students who wish to explore and prepare to apply for our selective-admission health science program. Students working toward admission into a health science program are required to declare the Associate of Science in Health Science and Wellness as their program of study until they are officially accepted into a program.
This degree is designed to allow students the option to pursue a bachelor's degree.
Students in this program should work closely with their advisor on which courses to take.
Available at the Cheyenne main campus and online.
What can I do with this degree?
Students typically transfer to a specific selective-admission health science program at LCCC or continue their education at a four-year institution in healthcare management and administration or related fields. Healthcare management staff work in private practices, nursing homes and hospitals.
Visit Career Coach for additional information about Medical and Health Services Managers.
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Visit LCCC's Career Resources to find tools for selecting the right program for you and marketing yourself to future employers.
Cost of Attendance
For general college expenses, students should view LCCC’s cost of attendance.