Allied Health Careers
Interested in healthcare careers but not sure what options are out there? Not every career requires a professional degree with extensive graduate school to complete. Check out the Explore Health Careers resource to learn more about other Allied Health Careers.
Learn more about the many different careers in forensics and how to best prepare for them:
Choosing a Career →
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Learn more about how to prepare for eligibility to apply for Chiropractic School programs in the US and Canada:
Find a School →
Discover what a Speech-Language Pathologist does and what is required to become a certified speech pathologist by visiting The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Standards and Implementation Procedures for clinical competence in speech language pathology.
Be a part of Student to Empowered Professional (S.T.E.P.) an online mentoring program through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) where mentees and mentors communicate to address a short- or long-term goal via the Chronus mentoring platform, e-mail, phone, text, or social media. Learn more about the program here.
There are over 300 institutions offering degree programs in audiology, speech-language pathology, and speech, language, and hearing science available, review programs of all levels here.
Learn more about how to prepare for eligibility to apply for speech pathology programs in the state of Tennessee:
Speech Pathology in Tennessee →
Careers in Nutrition and Dietetics explore the science of how food and nutrition affect human health. The fields have a strong emphasis on public health and a commitment to educating all Americans about the importance of making proper dietary choices.
Learn more about nutrition and dietetics:
Turning Passion into a Career →
View accredited programs:
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