Why Choose iHealth@NECC?

Learn more about the cost and time savings, support advantages and other benefits of iHealth@NECC.

Why Choose iHealth

Convenient Scheduling

Successfully manage the competing demands of school and life by only coming on campus once a week (day and night options are available). iHealth@NECC programs combine online courses with just one day a week in the classroom, offering the scheduling flexibility students need to juggle family, work, and personal obligations. A clinical placement may also be required depending on the specific program.

Accelerated Completion

Streamlined offerings allow for the possibility of program completion in as little as 12 months (or less). A faster start to finish timeline equals an earlier start on an exciting new career.

One on One Support

As a student enrolled in an iHealth@NECC program, you will be assigned an onsite career coach, who will provide you with personalized service to help ensure your success.

Online Courses

Online classes allow more time and flexibility to balance a job, family and education, while lowering the commuting cost and time. Students work with a designated career coach/mentor who can assist with the adjustment to the online learning style and help students gain access to support services such as tutoring, and technical support.

Affordable Cost

The tuition and fees for iHealth@NECC programs are as low as $255 per credit. These programs are extremely affordable when compared to other similar health education alternatives. If you do wish to go on to pursue a Bachelor degree, getting your Associate degree at NECC and transferring to a four year college could lower your overall cost. Please mention your desire to transfer to an advisor before registering to assure that your credits are transferable.

Financial Aid is available for qualified applicants.

Earn a Certificate while getting your Associate Degree

With the Associate Degree in General Studies: Health Specialization, you can earn a certificate to enter the workforce while continuing your path to complete your associate degree. Depending on the specialization chosen, you may be eligible to earn credentials as licensed or certified phlebotomist, EKG technician, dental assistants, medical billers, medical coders, medical laboratory technicians, nurses, sleep technologists, radiologic technologists, respiratory therapists, paramedics (EMT), ophthalmic assistants or medical assistants.

* For a breakdown of all costs for iHealth@NECC, please refer to NECC's Cost of Attendance

Additional Program Benefits Include:

  • Transferable credits
  • Scholarships are available for those who qualify
  • Financial assistance is available for qualified applicants
  • A full range of student support services – advising, tutoring, technical assistance, and more are all available