Why should I attend Concorde?
Concorde Career College focuses specifically on healthcare education that provides students with the skills needed to enter the healthcare field. And there’s no time like the present to start a career in healthcare. With an aging population and an increase in chronic conditions, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the healthcare industry is projected to add over million jobs by 2022. Concorde focuses on the individual student and provides the resources and support to succeed in their education.
How do I enroll at Concorde?
Enrolling at Concorde is easy. You can get started a few different ways.
- Call us. Give us a call or fill out our online form and let us know how to contact you.
- Visit us. Schedule a campus visit by calling us or filling out our online form. Take a tour and talk with us about our available programs.
- Meet with us. Our admissions advisors will get you all the information you need about our programs and help you make a decision about what is the best choice for you.
How do I schedule a time to visit the campus?
It’s pretty easy! We are always excited for visitors. Give us a call and we will set up a time you can stop by. Or schedule a tour by filling out our Schedule a Tour form.
What is accreditation and why is it important?
Accreditation is a quality assurance program designed to ensure the delivery of a quality education. Our campuses and most programs, where required, are accredited. See our accreditation page for more details.
When do classes start?
Most of our programs start monthly. Contact a Concorde admissions representative for exact start dates for the program that interests you.
Is financial aid available?
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Financial aid can come in the form of a student loan or a scholarship through the Scholarship Foundation for Concorde Career College. A Concorde representative will work with you to explore and identify potential sources of assistance and help you complete any applications.
Who would help me with my job search after I graduate from Concorde Career College?
Concorde’s Graduate Employment department works directly with our graduates every day to identify employment opportunities, helps prepare for interviews and many other activities, such as resume writing, that help make finding a job less daunting.
Do you offer online courses?
Yes, Concorde offers a bachelor of science degree program in Health Care Administration and an associate’s degree program in Health Information Management that are offered completely online.
Is there an age requirement to attend classes at Concorde?
Students must be at least 17 when they start class, but must be 18 at the time of the first clinical or externship. If you are under 18, a parent must be present to enroll. We require that applicants have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED). However, Concorde has partnered with Penn Foster High School to offer a convenient high school completion program that allows you to earn your diploma at your own pace.
Do you offer Bachelor's, Master's degrees/MBAs/PhDs?
At this time, we do not offer any PhD or master’s programs, but we do have a bachelor’s degree program in Health Care Administration we started as a step program for our associate’s degree program in Respiratory Therapy. We offer Associate’s Degree programs, Diplomas and Certificates. What programs are you interested in learning about?