Considering a job in the medical field? Our programs in healthcare can get you on the path to a rewarding career in high-demand fields like nursing and emergency medical services.

You’ll learn in state-of-the-art classrooms designed to give you experience handling situations you may face in your career and get hands-on experience through clinicals with local healthcare facilities. And our relationships with local employers ensure you will graduate with the updated skills they are looking for.

Tyler Degrees and Certificates

Transfer Degrees

Build a foundation to transfer to a four-year college or university.

Health Sciences, AS
Psychology, AS

Learn more about transferring after Tyler, including our guaranteed admissions agreements.

Career and Technical Degrees and Certificates

Get the training you need to begin a new career or advance in your current one.

Dietary Manager, CSC
Emergency Medical Services, Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, CSC 
Emergency Medical Services, Paramedic, AAS 
Funeral Services, AAS 
Massage Therapy, CSC 
Nurse Aide/Medication Aide, CSC 
Nursing, AAS- transfer options available 

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Related Degrees

Sciences, AS

Career Discovery Videos

Hear from our faculty about coursework and career options in some of our in-demand majors.

Nursing and EMS

Funeral Services

Massage Therapy


“The access that Tyler gave me to so many hospitals and agencies expanded my network and connected me with job opportunities.”

Damian Winn

Short-Term Training from Community College Workforce Alliance

With a healthcare certification from CCWA, jobs like pharmacy technician, patient care technician and medical assistant are widely available and in demand across physician’s offices, clinics, chiropractor’s offices, pharmacies hospitals and outpatient facilities. Additional roles like nurse aide and medical coder are also growing in need.

Learn more.

“Tyler has such a stellar reputation that every clinical was like a mini job interview. By the time my clinical was over, they were asking me to consider working in that particular unit after graduation.”

Anissa Ellis