Cambridge College offers adult learners innovative, affordable programs in this growing field
It’s a $3 trillion + industry – and it’s growing. According to Forbes magazine, this is how much the United States spends annually on healthcare costs.
What accounts for the surge? Experts note that there are several reasons, including:
An aging population that is living longer – and staying more active – than ever before.
Increased demand for mental health counseling with an emphasis on prevention and wellness.
• A growing opioid epidemic in the US, particularly among young people.
• Sophisticated medical treatments that mean increasing demands for medical and healthcare management professionals to manage the business side of healthcare.
Cambridge College has a proven track record of helping adult learners get the in-demand skills necessary to succeed and to meet the needs of today’s healthcare employers. By offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees in many areas of healthcare, Cambridge College prepares students for a variety of careers in this fast- growing industry.
Undergraduate degrees include a bachelor’s of science in health and wellness promotion, healthcare management and psychology, and a certi cate in addiction studies. Graduate level programs include certi cates in autism, applied behavior analysis, school health, rehabilitation and addictions counseling, as well as master’s degrees in counseling, psychology and an MBA in healthcare.
The school is even offering a new Accelerated BS to MBA Program where adult learners can graduate with both their bachelor’s and a master’s degree in ve years, rather than the traditional six.
All programs are designed to t the needs, schedules, and responsibilities of adult learners. Courses are offered in Cambridge, Lawrence, Spring eld, Puerto Rico, and Southern California weekends, evenings and online.
The school is enrolling students for the spring semester. Find out more about Cambridge College’s healthcare programs by attending the Cambridge College upcoming Information Session on November 17th at 6:00pm in Cambridge. Or learn more by visiting www.cambridgecollege.edu or calling (800) 829-4723 today.