Awards
What We Offer: Programs

Student Certifications
  • Licensure in Aesthetics (Provided by the Arizona State Board): After the necessary 600 hours of the Aesthetics Program have been completed, students are eligible to take the Arizona State Board of Aesthetics Exam to become licensed within the state.
  • Licensure in Cosmetology (Provided by the Arizona State Board): After the necessary 1600 hours of the Cosmetology Program have been completed, students are eligible to take the Arizona State Board of Cosmetology Exam to become licensed within the state.
  • Certification in Dental Assistant Second Year Course (Provided by Dental Assistant National Board): Students qualify for the Infection Control Exam upon successful completions of the Microbiology/Infection Control/Hazardous Waste Management curriculum.
  • Certification in Dental Assistant Second Year Course (Provided by Dental Assistant National Board): Students qualify for the Radiation Health and Safety Exam upon successful completion of the Radiology Curriculum.
  • Certification in Fire Science Second Year Course (Provided by Arizona Center for Fire Service Excellence): After successful completion of the two year program, students are eligible to take the Arizona Firefighter I and II Exams to become licensed within the state.
  • Licensure in Massage Therapy Second Year Program (Provided by Arizona Massage Therapy Board): After successfully completing the 720 hour Massage Therapy program, students are eligible to take the national massage therapy examination to become licensed within the state.
  • Certification in Nursing Assistant First Year Course (Provided by AHCCCS): After the necessary 20 hours of clinical experience and year-long coursework has been successfully completed, students are eligible to take the Arizona Direct Care Worker Exam to become certified within the state.
  • Licensure in Nursing Assistant Second Year Course (Provided by Arizona Board of Nursing): After the necessary 55 hours of clinical experience and year-long coursework has been successfully completed, students are eligible to take the Arizona Board of Nursing Certified Nursing Assistant Exam to become licensed within the state.
  • Certification in Veterinary Assistant Second Year Course (Provided by National Veterinary Technicians of America): After successful completion of the 720 hour course, students are eligible to take the veterinary assistant exam to become certified nationally as a veterinary assistant.