Page ContentHave a question about the School of Health Sciences? Contact us directly via email (AskSOHS@dcccd.edu) or phone at 972-669-6400, press 1 for Admissions, followed by 2 for Nursing and Allied Health Admissions, Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Are you interested in the School of Health Sciences? Start Today Contact Us Allied Health Sciences Information Packets and Sessions The School of Health Sciences at Dallas College will encourage you to learn, question assumptions and stand up for the vulnerable. In addition, as a student in the School of Health Sciences, you will be guided to:follow ethical standards for health care professionalspromote a lifetime of fitness, health and wellnessuse evidence-based practicesprovide safe, competent care to communities you serveThe School of Health Sciences can prepare you to work in many levels of health care. We offer a wide range of training, from continuing education to credit programs. We also provide pathways to additional degrees, certifications and licenses.For its health science programs, Dallas College documents the qualifications of its faculty members. Dallas College plans to offer a registered nurse (RN) to bachelor's degree program View Areas of Study in Health Sciences News Features About the School of Health Sciences View more features and links New Collegiate Academy Serving South Irving Welcomes Inaugural Class, Expands Dallas College Partnership With Irving ISD Irving’s first P-TECH high school gives students the opportunity to graduate with a high school diploma plus an associate degree from Dallas College. Dallas College Earns National Recognition for Three Health Care Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs The American National Standards Institute gave its stamp of approval to the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologist, Sterile Processing Technician and Health Care Supply Chain Professional programs. Get Free Training With Career-Connected Learning! We can help you prepare for college, build stackable credentials or gain experience through apprenticeships, for FREE. Dallas College Lands Historic Federal Grant To Grow Biotech Workforce in North Texas The $8.8 million grant names Dallas College as the leader of a workforce development program that will unite the region to meet a specific industry need. “I always tell people who are thinking about community college to think about Medical Laboratory Technology, and I tell them about my personal experience with the program. It’s a stable job, in a quiet environment with a lot less stress than many other medically related fields, and the people are very friendly and professional. I really love my job.” Read Oanh's story. Oanh Kim Nguyen, MLT(ASCP)Medical Laboratory Technician, Methodist Medical Center of Dallas View More Student Experiences View Areas of Study in Health Sciences Please select a different web browser or enable iFrames to view this form.