There are schools offering allied health degrees in Georgia!
Schools Offering Allied Health Programs in Georgia
The top-ranked school in Georgia that has a allied health program is Emory University. Emory University, which was ranked 14th in the country in 2010, is located in Atlanta. In 2010, 120 students graduated from Emory University's allied health program. The tuition rate at Emory University was $39,158 per year.
The second-ranked school in Georgia with a allied health program is Life University, which is located in Marietta. In 2010, it was ranked 30th nationwide. 0 students graduated with certificate in allied health from Life University in 2010. Life University charged in-state students $8,580 in tuition fees per year.
Georgia State University, which is located in Atlanta, is the third-ranked school in Georgia that has a allied health program. It received a ranking of 32nd in the country in 2010. In 2010, 37 students graduated from Georgia State University allied health program. The tuition rate at Georgia State University was $8,698 per year.
Allied health schools in Georgia, charge students an average tuition of $5,437 per year. But, tuition can be as much as $39,158 per year, or as little as $1,863 per year. The Georgia allied health schools with the highest tuition rates in 2010 were:
- Emory University - located in Atlanta, students are charged $39,158 per year
- Mercer University - located in Macon, students are charged $30,560 per year
- Everest Institute-Decatur - located in Decatur, students are charged $21,609 per year
The allied health schools that charged the lowest tuition rates in Georgia were:
- Central Georgia Technical College - located in Macon, students are charged $1,863 per year
- Athens Technical College - located in Athens, students are charged $1,863 per year
- Gwinnett Technical College - located in Lawrenceville, students are charged $2,064 per year
An allied health certificate from a Georgia school... what next?
allied health graduates in Georgia can go into a variety of professions such as home health aide, nursing assistant, psychiatric aide, occupational therapy assistant, and occupational therapy aide. In 2010, there were 80,740 allied health professional working in Georgia, including 14,870 certifed medical assistants, 11,990 home health aides, and 36,390 nursing assistants. The Georgia counties with the largest populations of allied health professional are:
- Barrow County - 40,150 allied health professionals
- Burke County - 6,810 allied health professionals
- Appling County - 5,080 allied health professionals
The government projects that, by 2018, the number of allied health professionals in the state of Georgia will grow to 111,800. This would require a 31% growth in the field.
allied health professionals in Georgia make an average of $30,447 per year. However, Georgia allied health professional earned anywhere in the range from as less than $15,410 per year to more than $80,450 per year in 2010. On average allied health professional earn the most in the following Georgia counties:
- Floyd County - $32,383 per year
- Barrow County - $31,768 per year
- Brooks County - $30,685 per year
The Georgia counties with the lowest average salary for allied health professionals are:
- Clarke County - $24,075 per year
- Murray County - $24,217 per year
- Brantley County - $24,485 per year
The allied health professionals with highest average salaries in Georgia were:
- Occupational Therapy Assistant - $52,770 per year
- Physical Therapist Assistant - $47,860 per year
- Massage Therapist - $37,930 per year
On average, the lowest paid allied health professionals in Georgia were:
- Pharmacy Aide - $20,130 per year
- Home Health Aide - $19,260 per year
The charts and graphs below have additional Georgia statistics regarding a career in allied health. Take a look and compare salaries with various related fields such as nurse anesthetist or nurse assisting.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Allied Health in Georgia
- Bachelor's Degree in Allied Health in Georgia
- Master's Degree in Allied Health in Georgia
- Certificate in Allied Health in Georgia
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Check out the different options and how they're looking in Georgia
|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants||36,390||$21,650||-4.0%|
|Home Health Aides||11,990||$19,260||62.0%|
|Physical Therapist Assistants||1,380||$47,860||-12.7%|
|Physical Therapist Aides||790||$22,170||-14.1%|
|Medical Equipment Preparers||750||$28,800||-29.2%|
|Occupational Therapy Assistants||420||$52,770||20.0%|
|Occupational Therapy Aides||230||$26,510||43.8%|
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