The Health Care Technician program prepares graduates for work in one or multiple roles, making them highly flexible in today’s health care workforce. Health care organizations value multi-skilled professionals in combination roles, including nursing assistant, health unit coordinator, EKG/phlebotomy technician, and dietary aide. LTC’s Health Care Technician program uses a planned, sequenced course progression leading to an excellent career path. If you are interested in working in different roles in a health care setting, this is an excellent option for you.
Entrance Assessment Scores
Accuplacer/ACT scores will be used to develop your educational plan. Please contact your program counselor/advisor at 920-693-1109.
$132 per credit (resident)
$198 per credit (out-of-state resident)
Other fees vary by program (books, supplies, materials, tools, uniforms, health-related exams, etc)
For the most current cost information see the LTC Program Costs Brochure.
Functional abilities are the basic duties that a student must be able to perform with or without reasonable accommodations. At the post-secondary level, students must meet these requirements, and they cannot be modified.
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