Allied Health, AAS-T

Allied health encompasses a broad group of professionals who address diseases, promote wellness, and provide support within a variety of health care settings. This degree prepares students studying allied health areas with advanced skills in math, science and humanities. Upon completing the degree, students may enter related bachelor of applied science programs. The degree is designed to provide individuals who have professional certification in allied health disciplines with possibilities for upward career mobility.

Courses & Requirements

The course catalog is a great place to find detailed information on this program.

Sample Courses

  • College Algebra for Business and Social Science
  • History of Western Art
  • Cultural Studies in Mass Media
  • Literature and Current Issues
  • Pacific Northwest History

Program Catalog Page

  • Portrait of Ann Minks.

    Ann Minks

    • Program Chair

    Ann Minks has over 20 years of experience in the healthcare documentation and administration field. She holds academic and professional credentials in health informatics, medical documentation, and online learning management systems. She has designed and taught a variety of general and administrative healthcare classes.

  • Portrait of Judith Lindstrom.

    Judith Lindstrom

    • Faculty

    Judith Lindstrom has an AAS-T degree in Medical Assisting, AA degree in Administrative Assisting and Certificates in both Medical Coding and Billing and Medical Transcription. She has been employed at a family medicine practice for 12 years practicing all aspects of Medical Assisting and administrative duties.

  • Portrait of Angela Oliva.

    Angela Oliva

    • Faculty

    Angela Oliva began her career in the United States Air Force, serving as a Medical Administrative Specialist. Upon the completion of her military service, she managed various specialty medical offices. She graduated with honors from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor’s Degree in Healthcare Administration.