In addition to accredited programs, Medical Career Specialists students have access to certification credentials that are the same as or superior to those commensurate with other college and university degree programs.
How This is Possible:
In the United States, there is a limited number of nationally accredited certification agencies, and varying ways to qualify for testing with those agencies. This means that all healthcare professionals wanting to become certified will ultimately receive their certification(s) from one of said limited number of certification agencies.
Multiple Routes to Certification:
Because there are multiple routes to qualify for certification, not all professionals will obtain their certifications as a result of completing traditional college and university or other post-secondary education programs. For example, in most instances, an individual who has worked in the capacity of a Registered Nurse for 10 years would not be required to attend any additional schooling to obtain an allied healthcare certification in a discipline such as Phlebotomy or Electrocardiography–though they may choose to do so for exam preparation purposes. In that instance, said person’s route to certification eligibility would be their medical background as opposed to schooling in that particular field.
The Alternative Route to Certification:
Medical Career Specialists’ programs have all been designed in a manner that bypasses the traditional schooling requirement that would otherwise be incumbent upon those wanting to earn national certification. For this reason, all MCS programs have prerequisites for enrollment, as this ensures that all students will be eligible for national certification testing upon program completion.
The Fast-Track Standard:
Medical Career Specialists is the oldest, largest, and most popular fast-track school of its kind in the United States of America.