Interdisciplinary Studies – Allied Health
The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies allows customization of the program of study based on each student’s academic and professional goals. The program curriculum may be strategically selected to build upon the student’s goals and objectives. Learning opportunities develop academic and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition or continued education.
Students are accepted into the Interdisciplinary Studies – Allied Health degree program every semester. Program graduates are trained in the underlying fundamentals of health care delivery. A student can complete this program in 5 semesters. To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 61 semester credit hours.
Individuals wanting to enroll in the Interdisciplinary Studies – Allied Health degree program must have good work ethics, be people oriented and possess great organizational skills. Instruction and practical application of learned skills provide a broad occupational background which appeals to prospective employers.
Offered at the Following Campuses/Delivery Mode
- North Campus (Sandersville)
- South Campus (Dublin)
- Jefferson County Center
- Little Ocmulgee Instructional Center
Tuition & Fees: $7,093.00
Books & Supplies: See program advisor
Malpractice Insurance: $11.00
Drug Screen: $39.00
Criminal Background Check: $49.50
BLS for Healthcare Provider: $7.00
Nurse Aide Certification Test: $112
(Costs are estimated and are subject to change.)
- Submit a completed application and application fee;
- Be at least 17 years of age;
- Submit official high school transcript or GED transcript;
- Submit official college transcripts, if applicable;
- OFTC may accept a student’s official entrance score on the following validated assessment instruments if the scores meet the required minimums: COMPASS/ASSET, SAT, ACT, PSAT, PACT, Accuplacer/Accuplacer Next Generation/Companion, HOPE GPA after completion of 10th grade of 2.6 or higher or GED.