Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences' more than 120 academic programs prepare students for rewarding and successful careers in allied health professions.
Note: Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences does not directly grant associate or bachelor’s degrees. Students in associate-level or bachelor’s-level programs can earn degrees from regional accredited colleges or universities that we affiliate with in offering these programs.
Jump to: Associate • Bachelor's • Certificate • Clinical rotations and internships • Doctoral • High school exploration • Master's • Residencies and fellowships
|Advanced Cardiovascular Sonography Program (Minnesota)
|Cytotechnology Program (Minnesota)
|Echocardiography Program (Arizona and Minnesota)
|Medical Laboratory Science Program (Florida and Minnesota)
|Nuclear Medicine Technology Program (Minnesota)
|Orthoptic Program (Minnesota)
|Positron Emission Tomography Program (Minnesota)
|Radiation Therapy Program (Minnesota)
|Radiography Program (Minnesota)
|Respiratory Care Program (Minnesota)
|Sonography Program (Florida and Minnesota)
|Surgical First Assistant Program (Minnesota)
Residencies and fellowships (allied health)
Clinical rotations and internships
High school exploration opportunities
About our statistics: Throughout this section, we used the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) occupational outlook handbook for health care as a reference for statistics about annual salaries. For statistics about careers not covered by the BLS, we referenced a relevant professional society.