Arizona College of Allied Health – Mesa campus
Allied Health Career Training
Prepare for an exciting career in the growing healthcare industry. Get expert instruction, hands-on classes, technical training, and industry standard facilities with real medical equipment. Choose an Allied Health degree or diploma program today:
- Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy (30-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Dental Assistant (38-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Medical Billing and Coding (30-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Pharmacy Technician (34-week undergraduate diploma program)
- Health Care Administration (30-week associate’s degree program)
Looking for the Arizona College BSN program? Our nursing-only Tempe campus opened in August 2018!
Mesa Campus Information
Located just off Highways 101 and 202, Arizona College, Mesa is easily accessible from the light rail stop on Dobson and Main and from anywhere in the Phoenix East Valley. Request information now to talk with our Admissions team about our programs, enrollment processes, and campus tours. No GED or High School diploma is required.
Receive a Tablet—and a Head Start
Students in our Allied Health diploma programs at Arizona College, Mesa, receive a Samsung Galaxy tablet that’s been preloaded with resources that help you to complete your coursework, enrich your studies, and become the successful professional you want to be.
Excel Beyond the Classroom
- Resumes and cover letters
- Job applications
- On-the-job success
- Conflict resolution
- Interview prep
- Planning for your future
- And more.
Because at Arizona College, we care about more than getting you ready to graduate. We’re here to get you ready for a career.
Hear From Our Students
“The real-world experience that the instructors bring into the classroom creates an awesome learning experience.”
“My instructors at Arizona College were so knowledgable and the staff was wonderful!”
“Arizona College gives you all the knowledge you need to thrive. ”
National & Programmatic Accreditation
1 All Arizona College campuses are institutionally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES), a U.S. Department of Education-recognized national accrediting agency.
The Pharmacy Technician program at Arizona College, Glendale is ASHP accredited. Accreditation is the act of granting credit or recognition, especially to an educational institution that maintains quality and compliance with the ASHP standards.