Welcome to American Career College! We’re a college of health sciences ready to help you train for an exciting, stable, and rewarding diploma or associates degree in healthcare. American Career College’s commitment to quality education helps you prepare for success. With 40 years of excellence in healthcare training—and more than 50,000 ACC graduates—American Career College is the place to start your degree training for rewarding, in-demand health care careers. We’re here to help you make a difference in your life—and the lives of others.
At American Career College we are excited to teach healthcare classes at 3 campuses across the Southern California area. From Medical Billing and Coding to Vocational Nursing, American Career College has 12 healthcare programs to choose from. We have many classes that start throughout the year, so chances are good that there's a new healthcare class starting soon.
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Do you want a rewarding career in health care where you bring smiles to others every day? Turn your passion for helping others into a new career by earning your diploma as a Dental Assistant! With American Career College you can complete this program in as little as 10 months.
At ACC, you will learn hands-on in topics such as the fundamentals of dental assisting, preventive dentistry, endodontic and radiography basics, and pediatric dentistry. Toward the end of your program, you will gain real-world experience through an externship.
As a Dental Assistant you play an important part on the health care team. Each day you will interact with patients, assist dentists, instruct patients in proper dental hygiene, prepare materials, and gather patient dental records.
Are you looking to give your career a breath of fresh air and help others breathe easier? Earn your Associate of Occupational Science Degree in Respiratory Therapy!
Imagine yourself in a career where you get to help people every day. This program is designed to help you acquire the knowledge and training to evaluate and care for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders, from infants whose lungs are not fully developed to those whose lungs are diseased.
Respiratory therapists typically work in hospitals, sleep disorder clinics, physicians' offices or other clinical settings.