Welcome to the Allied Health division at Beaufort County Community College. The programs in our division offer students a wide variety of employment opportunities including nursing and medical laboratory. Each of our programs is designed for students who have a desire to work with and make a difference in the lives of others. Students entering our programs should possess a strong work ethic and critical thinking skills, as well as have the ability to interact with people of all types, work cooperatively, and as a part of a team.
The purpose of the Allied Health programs is to provide our students with opportunities to gain hands-on experience from an industry-experienced faculty. All aspects of our programs are taught using a combination of classroom instruction and laboratory or clinical/practical experience. Upon completing an Allied Health program at BCCC, our graduates are ready to enter the workforce and, if applicable, have gained the knowledge necessary to be successful on national or state licensure or certification examinations.
If you enjoy working with people and want to make a difference in the lives of others, there is a fit for you in the Allied Health division at BCCC. Please contact one the program lead instructors, or the BCCC Allied Health Admissions coordinator, Olivia Francis, for more information about starting one of our programs today!
Health Information Technology transfer program
Students have an additional option for a healthcare career at Beaufort County Community College with the Health Information Technology program. BCCC has renewed its transfer agreement with Pitt Community College so that students can take one year of classes at Beaufort before transferring to Pitt to finish an Associate in Applied Science in Health Information Technology online. The program will place students locally for their clinical practice during their second year.