IACH invites students to join our program from all different areas of expertise and study. An associate degree (or equivalent) is required, and a bachelor degree is preferred. At least two academic years (60 semester credits/90 quarter credits) of education at the baccalaureate level that is appropriate preparation for graduate level work, or the equivalent (e.g. certification in a medical profession requiring at least the equivalent training of a registered nurse or physician’s assistant), from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education is required. Two academic years at the baccalaureate level (or associate degree), which include basic human science courses is preferred.
Students who have not taken Anatomy and Physiology and Pathology classes prior to taking our program need to also complete these certification prerequisites prior to finishing the 3-year program in order to obtain their diploma from IACH as well as in order to register to take the certification exams for North America. In order to assist students in acquiring these prerequisites, we have aligned our school with another external program (which is currently approved by the CHC), in order that students also receive a discounted tuition rate. To view our associated Anatomy and Physiology and Pathology classes please see: https://vithoulkas.college/anatomy-physiology-pathology-courses/