The Chelsea Campus provides both day and evening courses including General Education, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Business Administration and a variety of Computer Information Technology and non-credit courses. The Chelsea Campus also offers several campus-based certificate programs and an associate degree program in Paramedic Studies, as shown below, as well as Adult Education classes.
The Chelsea campus-based certificate programs and associate degree program are:
- Central Processing
- Medical Assistant
- Medical Interpreting
- Patient Care Technician
- Surgical Technologist
For more information on the Allied Health Programs, contact
Kimberly Burke, M.Ed.
Special Programs Coordinator
- Pharmacy Technician
For more information on the Pharmacy Technician Program, contact
Richard Yost, Pharm. D.
Associate Professor / Program Director
- Paramedic Studies
For more information on the Emergency Medical Studies Programs, contact
Nicholas J. Cardellicchio, J.D., NRP & I/C
Assistant Professor / Program Director
All of the Allied Health Programs, the Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program and Paramedic Studies Certificate and Associate Degree Programs have mandatory information sessions along with other specific requirements for entrance. Please see the BHCC College Catalog for course prerequisites. Each of these programs is open-enrollment with the exception of Surgical Technology, which is a selective program.
Other healthcare programs offered at the Chelsea Campus include C.N.A. (Certified Nurse Assistant) and EMT (Emergency Medical Technician). These programs are each 7 credits and are offered as day or evening classes.