The Opticianry (Vision Care) Program prepares the student to become a Licensed Optician.
As qualified members of the ophthalmic vision care industry, graduates will have the opportunity to work with opticians, optometrists, and ophthalmologists in private and retail settings. Once licensed, an optician may also be independent and own his or her own business. The program has over an 85% pass rate on both national and state examinations.
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This is a Career Technical Certificate program. The Medical Campus Medical Assisting Program is a Career Technical Education Certificate program requiring 43.3 CTE credits. Courses begin in August, January and May and are offered on the Medical Campus.
The Associate in Science Degree, accredited by the Commission on Opticianry Accreditation, is taught over five semesters and simultaneously prepares students to work in various ophthalmic health areas upon program completion. Areas of study include:
Most graduates find employment prior to graduation. Students who pursue this course of study may find employment in job roles such as: