Health Sciences Division Programs of Study
The Dental Assisting Applied Technology Associate in Science degree program is designed to train individuals to perform as efficient dental professionals in a dental health environment. The program combines completion of the Applied Technology Degree in Dental Assisting with options in marketing, dental office management, or education. Students gain exposure to various areas such as dental radiography, dental materials, chairside assisting, infection control and more.
Upon completion of the program students are eligible to sit for the Dental Assisting National Board exam. The program is fully accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation.
Physical Therapist Assistant
The Physical Therapist Assistant Associate in Science degree program prepares students to provide patient treatment under the supervision of a physical therapist. Treatments may include applying physical agents and carrying out exercise programs.
The Central Florida Institute presents exciting programs that provide short-term training and ongoing education for many professions. The Hampton Center houses courses including Phlebotomy, Certified Nursing Assistant, American Heart Association CPR, Home Health Aide, customized business solutions, project management, and supervisory courses.