Undergraduate degree programs at the Jefferson College of Health Sciences include the associate degree in surgical technology and the bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences. Some of the college’s graduate degrees are the master’s of healthcare administration and the doctorate of health sciences. The college also offers a graduate certificate in healthcare administration.
The Jefferson College of Health Sciences has associate degree programs that teach students to be occupational therapy assistants and physical therapist assistants. The college’s bachelor’s of science in nursing program has pre-licensure, accelerated pre-licensure and post-licensure tracks. Prospective students can also choose the veteran's bachelor’s of science in nursing program. The college also offers undergraduate certificates in medical laboratory science and medical practice management.
The Jefferson College of Health Sciences has a doctoral program in nursing practice in addition to its doctoral program in health sciences. There are two master’s of science in nursing programs. The first is in nursing administration and the second focuses on the family nurse practitioner. Graduate certificate programs in bioethics, biology and healthcare informatics are also available.
The Jefferson College of Health Sciences offers an EMT class and an EMT intermediate-to-paramedic bridge program. The EMT class and the EMT program are a part of the college’s professional and continuing education curriculum.