Welcome to the Indiana University Kokomo Division of Allied Health Sciences, a recognized leader in allied health science education and clinical practice. The field of health care is rapidly growing and constantly in need of skilled health care professionals. For those considering a career in health care, our Allied Health Sciences programs may be an option. Established in 2002, the division is now home to four undergraduate degree programs, three minor programs, and one certificate program in various professional disciplines.
Exercise and Sports Sciences
Health Insurance Specialist
Group Exercise Leader
Physical and Occupational Rehabilitation
Community Health Worker
Codes Diagnoses and Procedures for Reimbursement
Review Medical Records
Ultrasound, Echocardiography, or Vascular Sonography
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
Computer Tomography Technologist
Registered Radiological Technologist
Types of Employers
State and Local Health Departments
Behavioral Health Facilities
Information Systems Vendors
Food and Agriculture
Health Care Facilities/Clinics
Medical Billing Companies
Ferguson, a senior in the Indiana University Kokomo MIT program, is one of the first students learning to use the campus's new 3D 4D ultrasound machine, in a lab that opened this summer dedicated to the program.
Amid the clangs of cookware, and buzz of conversation, Lauren Cole swipes the bit of gingery cake through the mango lemon glaze, pops it in her mouth, and closes her eyes, a frown briefly crossing her face.
Eight students in the Division of Allied Health made history at Indiana University Kokomo, as the first inductees into the newly formed chapter of Lambda Nu honor society, which rewards academic excellence in the radiologic and imaging sciences.
A team of future X-ray technologists and radiographers from Indiana University Kokomo outscored 23 other groups to win a state championship.