About the Program

Joint degree with *Rutgers SHRP (School of Health Related Professions)*

A degree in allied health technologies will put you right where the action is - working with physicians and patients in the diagnosis and treatment of disease and injury. Students choose from four tracks:

Respiratory Care

What you'll study - General biology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, statistics, physics, professional courses at Rutgers SHRP (School of Health Related Professions)*

Career Paths -Respritory therapist

Nuclear Medicine Technology

What you'll study - General biology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, statistics, physics, professional courses at Rutgers SHRP (School of Health Related Professions)*

Career Paths - Nuclear medicine technologist

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

What you'll study -General biology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, statistics, physics, professional courses at Rutgers SHRP (School of Health Related Professions)*

Career Paths - Ultrasound technician

Vascular Technology

What you'll study - General biology, anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, statistics, physics, professional courses at Rutgers SHRP (School of Health Related Professions)*

Career Paths - Vascular technologist

*Bloomfield College students who have earned 100 credits by completing the General Education courses, as well as the professional courses listed,may be admitted to Rutgers SHRP (School of Health Related Professions) for the remaining professional courses provided they have:

  1. been in residence at Bloomfield College for a minimum of 8 courses,
  2. achieved an overall grade point average of 2.75, and
  3. received grades of C or better in all required science and mathematics courses.
     

Please also take note of the Common Core and General Education Programs.

Required
name
course units

 

Select 2
name
course units