Carolinas College of Health Sciences
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About Our College
Carolinas College of Health Sciences offers educational programs leading to entry-level employment in health care careers as well as programs for health care professionals to advance in their current roles. The college offers programs in nursing, general studies, health care simulation, clinical laboratory sciences, and diagnostic and imaging sciences such as radiologic technology. Some programs may be completed entirely online, while others are offered at the college's Charlotte campus. The college is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate of Applied Science degree and the Baccalaureate degree. Individual programs may also have additional accreditations.