Interested in an Allied Health program?

Many of SFCC’s allied health courses and programs require a separate application in addition to the online admissions application. Admission to the college does not guarantee entrance into a particular course or program. Selection for some programs is competitive, and screenings and prerequisites may be required. For application details and deadlines, visit each program page.

Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program – Year Two and Advanced Placement

This program starts in August and January at the Sedalia campus and in January at the Eldon campus. LPNs are eligible to apply for advanced placement.

Practical Nursing (PN) Program – Year One

At the Sedalia campus, the day program starts in August and January, and the 13-month late afternoons and weekends program starts in June. The program also starts in January at the Eldon campus and is offered during the daytime.

Applications are reviewed monthly for acceptance when all requirements are met and received. Accepted students are assigned the next available seat.

Dental Hygiene

This program starts in August, and application deadline is typically in early March.

Medical Assistant

This program starts in August, and application deadline is typically in early March.

Missouri Health Professions Consortium Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA)

This program starts in January, and application deadline is typically in May. You are required to submit all application materials to the Missouri Health Professions Consortium OTA Program office in Columbia by the deadline.

Radiologic Technology

This program starts in August, and application deadline is typically in early March.

Computed Tomography (CT) Courses

The CT course is a 16-week, five-credit-hour course offered online during fall and spring semesters and does not apply toward a degree. It is designed for second-year radiology students attending an accredited program, students who are industry eligible, and current radiologic technologists who want to prepare for post-primary certification and registration in Computed Tomography through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

CT Clinics is a six-credit-hour course offered during the summer for completion of all required exams prior to registry.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

This program starts in August, and application deadline is typically in early March. The program includes Cardiac Sonography courses as a focused track.

Phlebotomy Course

Applications for the Phlebotomy course are accepted on an ongoing basis.

Certified Medication Technician (CMT) Courses

Applications for CMT courses are accepted on an ongoing basis. You must have worked as a Certified Nurse Assistant in the state of Missouri for six months to be eligible to enroll in CMT courses.

Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Courses

Applications for CNA courses are accepted on an ongoing basis.