Brooklyn, NY 11229
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The Center assists students in preparing for entry into their chosen career. Students are given assistance through formal and informal means, including but not limited to, resume writing, interview skills and presentations and discussions regarding expected behavior and attitudes of healthcare professionals.
The Center provides assistance to students, at the time of graduation, to obtain entry-level positions in their respective fields. However, while placement assistance may be provided, it is understood that the Center for Allied Health Education cannot promise or guarantee employment to any student or graduate.
General information about the careers represented by the Center's educational programs can be obtained from the Occupational Outlook Handbook of the Federal Burearu of Labor Statistics
Specific information about typical jobs obtained by the Center's graduates can be found here
All students, without promises of immunity or threats of coercion must agree to allow Center for Allied Health Education (CAHE) to conduct a criminal background investigation prior to commencing the clinical phase of their education. Should a student refuse to allow Center for Allied Health Education to conduct a criminal background investigation; or the results of the background investigation are positive; the matter will be brought to the Center’s legal counsel for review and determination based on Center for Allied Health Education’s standing policy.
At any time during a student’s enrollment, a criminal background check may be performed by Center for Allied Health Education and/or any of its clinical affiliates. If a student’s criminal background investigation administered by Center for Allied Health Education and or any of its clinical affiliates (whether the student is being investigated for the first time or being re-investigated) is positive they will be placed on clinical probation and will not be allowed to return to the clinic. The result of the criminal background investigation will be brought to the Center’s legal counsel for review and determination based on Center for Allied Health Education’s standing policy.
If an applicant is accepted into a program, they may request that their previous coursework be evaluated and transferred. If such a request is received, his or her records will be examined carefully to determine how much, if any, transfer credit will be granted. Transfer students follow the same course progression as incoming students. The following are the minimum grade requirements an applicant must have earned in a course in order for the course to be transferred and applied towards their graduation requirements:
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The maximum number of transfer credits granted to students transferring from a two-year institution may not exceed 30 credits. Transfer students from four-year institutions can receive approximately 90 credits. A tentative statement of transfer credit is provided to each student upon notification of admission to the program. The applicant will be notified on the tentative transfer statement whether additional transcripts are required. A final statement of transfer credit will be provided during the admissions process.Multiple factors are taken into consideration when reviewing and evaluating previous coursework for the purpose of transfer credit. As a result, no transfer of coursework is guaranteed, even when coursework meets the requirements listed above.
These exams may be taken to obtain credit for all general education requirements. A student can access information at www.collegeboard.com/clep.
Center for Allied Health Education offers curricula measured in clock hours, not credit hours. Certificates of completion are issued to students who meet clock hour requirements (as well as all other applicable graduation requirements). The granting of any college credit to students who participated in and/or completed a program at the Center is solely at the discretion of the institution of higher education that the student may opt to subsequently attend.
For the majority of its programs, CAHE has affiliation agreements in place with colleges that guarantee the granting of credits to students who complete those programs. For information regarding the affiliation agreements pertaining to individual programs, please contact the Center’s administrative office.
Center for Allied Health Education has affiliation agreements in place with St. Francis College and Clarion University that stipulates that graduates of the Center may receive credits towards a degree from their institution after completing certain programs. We encourage all applicants to review the "Affiliates" tab listed in each program for a better understanding of affiliated colleges by program.
Besides for the institutions listed above, CAHE is unable to guarantee that its hours will transfer to other schools or colleges. Individuals should contact the institution of interest to learn about their transfer policies.