Support Roles, Basic Nursing Assistant and Phlebotomy, Bryan College of Health Sciences

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Support Roles


Due to COVID-19, we are prepared to make changes to the fall 2020 schedule as needed. We will update our community on June 15, July 15, and August 1 when the final fall schedule will be posted. Please contact the Provost, your Dean or the Records and Registration office if you have questions before then.
Records & Registration: Mandy King,
Provost: Dr. Kelsi Anderson,
BSN: Dr. Theresa Delahoyde,
Biomedical Sciences, Health Professions, General Education: Dr. Amy Knobbe,
MSN/EdD: Dr. Marcia Kube,
DNAP: Dr. Sharon Hadenfeldt,

Basic Nursing Assistant

A basic nurse assistant is an individual other than a licensed health care professional who is employed to perform nursing or nursing related services. At Bryan College of Health Sciences we provide an flexible Basic Nursing Assistant program.

Learn more about becoming a Basic Nursing Assistant and how to register today.


A phlebotomist is a member of the healthcare team that is responsible for collecting blood samples from patients which are used as one of the tools to help diagnose health conditions. It can be a very rewarding entry-level position, especially for anyone who would like to learn more about healthcare for making career decisions.

Learn more about becoming a Phlebotomist and how to register today.

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