Earn your degree in less than two years with Casa Loma College’s accelerated hybrid programs 

Excellence and empowerment are at the heart of our mission of helping students reach their career goals. Casa Loma College is accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools and approved by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education. We are also approved by the California State Approving Agency for Veterans Education (CSAAVE) for students to use their GI Bill education benefits.*  

School of Imaging

Taking a closer look at patient health
Our imaging programs train the next generation of healthcare professionals in the non-invasive imaging technologies used to diagnose illnesses, injuries and chronic conditions, and ensure correct, effective care. 

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Associate Program

In this associate degree program, you will primarily be learning about ultrasound technology, which uses soundwaves to produce images of soft tissues inside the body. This can include anything from cardiac sonography, which monitors the workings of a person’s heart, to OBGYN sonography, which images and monitors the growth of babies in utero.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Associate Program

In our MRI associate degree program, you’ll learn how to operate magnetic resonance imaging scanners, which create strong magnetic fields around patients in order to get detailed, three-dimensional images of specific areas of the body or even the body as a whole. MRI techs are sometimes tasked with administering contrast dye via IV so that images will show up clearly.

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Medical Radiography Associate Program

Our radiography associate degree program trains you on an array of medical imaging techniques to give you broad experience within the field. You’ll learn about computed tomography (CT) scans, hard- and soft-tissue X-ray techniques, dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) scans, how to use fluoroscopy for contrast, and more.

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School of Rehabilitation Sciences

Helping patients progress in recovery
With our rehabilitation sciences programs, students focus on techniques and therapies that help patients regain the ability to move and function without pain, recover from accidents and surgeries, and more.

Physical Therapist Assistant Associate Program

Our associate degree program prepares you to work directly with physical therapists, helping them with creating and implementing patient treatment plans. You’ll assist patients of all ages with a wide variety of health concerns and conditions, observing and recording their progress for the supervising physical therapist.

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School of Healthcare

Putting patient care first
Whether you’re working in a vital, patient-centered support role or leading a medical administrative team, the core of the U.S. healthcare industry are the compassionate, caring and skilled professionals who make modern medicine possible.

HealthCare Administration (HCA) Bachelor Program

For those looking to take a leadership role in healthcare and have earned 60 college credits or more, our bachelor’s degree completion program can ready you to embrace those responsibilities, whether that’s as a planner, director, or coordinator. You’ll learn vital interprofessional and management skills so that you can effectively head up a team, a department, and beyond.

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Medical Assistant Certificate Program

Healthcare facilities would not be able to run smoothly or effectively without medical assistants there to provide vital support, both for physicians and nurses, as well as for the patients themselves. Our certificate program readies you to take on a wide range of administrative and clinical responsibilities, from vital signs, to health records, to phlebotomy.

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*Our Nashville, TN campus is not currently approved for VA Education Benefits