Health Professions
Health Professions

Health Professions

Health Professions
About the Degree
The Associate of Science degree in Health Professions is for students interested in pursuing a career in healthcare. This degree is suitable for students who desire to enter directly into an associate level or below nursing program or for those students interested in pursuing a health professions career requiring a four-year degree or higher.

UACCB has over 60 2+2 transfer agreements with colleges and universities across the state. See a list of 2+2 offerings HERE!

On the Road to Your A.S. in Health Professions
A Certificate of Proficiency (13 credit hours) and Technical Certificate (26 credit hours) in Health Professions are achievable as students progress toward the Associate of Science in Health Professions degree. These certifications are suitable for students who desire to enter directly into an associate level or below nursing program or for those students interested in pursuing a health professions career requiring a four-year degree or higher. 
Contact Info
Marietta Candler
Nursing and Allied Health Division Chair
870-612-2070
marietta.candler@uaccb.edu

Class Schedule

Skills Learned
Medical Principles
Data Collection
Records Management
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Gov. Asa Hutchinson announced Tuesday that he will not renew the statewide mask mandate that expires at midnight tonight; however, school districts, private businesses, and medical facilities may still require patrons to wear masks as a preventative measure against the spread of COVID-19 under the revised guidelines. The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville will maintain mask use and social distancing protocols on campus through the end of the spring semester. During its meeting on Friday, March 19, 2021, the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee discussed the topic of continuing the mask mandate on campus after the statewide mandate expires March 31. Campus constituents, including representatives from the faculty senate, staff senate, Student Government Association and the cabinet were involved in the discussion. It was agreed that continuing to follow mask use and social distancing protocols was in the best interest of the campus community.

 

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