Start your career in medical records
Health Information Technology (HIT) is one of the fastest-growing careers in the country. This accredited program gives you the credentials sought after by health care providers nationwide.
Be there for others when they need you mostHealth Sciences is the perfect opportunity to get acquainted with the key aspects of health care with the opportunity to transfer into a specialization at SUNY Upstate Medical University.
Explore the potential of the health care fieldLearn about the careers in health care, gain necessary health technology literacy, and start the path to earning your credentials.
Take the first step
Onondaga’s A.A. degree in General Studies provides the broad background of learning that most four-year colleges require.
36 Weeks | Monday - Friday 9 am - 3 pm | Median Salary: $33,500*
Next Program Start Date: September 13, 2021
Medical Assistants play an essential role in medical offices assisting physicians and other health professionals with patient care and office…
Care for those who need it most
The Associate in Applied Science program in Nursing prepares graduates for a rewarding career as a Registered Professional Nurse (RN).OCC's Nursing Program now offers a dual admission option with SUNY…
Emergency response is critical
Make the difference by keeping a level head and knowing exactly what to do in a medical emergency. This unique partnership with SUNY Upstate Medical University will have you saving lives!Thanks to a generous donation by…
Be the first responseYou'll deliver emergency care to those who need it most with a certificate created by OCC and SUNY Upstate. Thanks to a generous donation by CineMedics CNY, two scholarships are available for…
7 Weeks | Mon., Tues. & Thurs. 6 - 9 p.m. | Median Salary: $33,110
Next Program Start Date: February 21, 2022
Registration details TBDThe August 23rd class is now full.
If you've ever donated blood, you know the value of a trained phlebotomist.…
Give patients strength and help them recover
Onondaga’s Physical Therapist Assistant program teaches students how to help patients regain range of motion, strength, and mobility.