There are schools offering allied health degrees in Wisconsin!
Schools Offering Allied Health Programs in Wisconsin
Each year, approximately 3.4% of Wisconsin graduates receive certificates in allied health. Thus, Wisconsin's 50 allied health schools put out approximately 5,690 allied health professionals each year.
The top-ranked school in Wisconsin with a allied health program is University of Wisconsin-Madison, which is located in Madison. In 2010, it was ranked 12th nationwide. In 2010, 149 students graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison's allied health program. Tuition at University of Wisconsin-Madison was $8,983 per year.
Marquette University, which is located in Milwaukee, is the second-ranked school in Wisconsin that has a allied health program. It received a ranking of 25th in the country in 2010. In 2010, Marquette University graduated 126 students from its allied health program. Marquette University charged in-state students $30,462 in tuition fees per year.
The third-ranked school in Wisconsin with a allied health program is Bellin College, which is located in Green Bay. In 2010, it was ranked 56th nationwide. Students at Bellin College paid $19,639 per year in tuition fees.
If you are hoping to attend one of Wisconsin's allied health schools, you can expect to pay an average tuition of $8,777 per year, though tuition can range from $30,462 per year to $3,339 per year. In 2010, the following Wisconsin allied health schools had the highest tuition rates:
- Marquette University - located in Milwaukee, students are charged $30,462 per year
- Carthage College - located in Kenosha, students are charged $29,750 per year
- Milwaukee School of Engineering - located in Milwaukee, students are charged $29,520 per year
The allied health schools in Wisconsin that charged the lowest tuition rates were:
- Blackhawk Technical College - located in Janesville, students are charged $3,339 per year
- Lakeshore Technical College - located in Cleveland, students are charged $3,355 per year
- Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College - located in Shell Lake, students are charged $3,371 per year
An allied health certificate from a Wisconsin school... what next?
allied health graduates in Wisconsin 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 86,710 allied health professional working in Wisconsin, including 10,580 certifed medical assistants, 22,080 home health aides, and 37,630 nursing assistants. In Wisconsin, the largest numbers of allied health professional work in the following counties:
- Milwaukee County - 24,520 allied health professionals
- Columbia County - 8,870 allied health professionals
- Barron County - 6,620 allied health professionals
The government projects that, by 2018, the number of allied health professionals in the state of Wisconsin will grow to 105,200. This would require a 14% growth in the field.
allied health professionals in Wisconsin make an average of $31,200 per year. But, salaries for allied health professional can vary. In 2010, allied health professional made as little as less than $15,730 per year or as much as more than $86,140 per year in Wisconsin. The counties in Wisconsin with the highest average salary for allied health professionals are:
- Fond du Lac County - $36,669 per year
- Winnebago County - $34,800 per year
- Calumet County - $34,235 per year
On average, allied health professionals earn the least in the following Wisconsin counties:
- Sheboygan County - $27,908 per year
- Marathon County - $28,706 per year
- Buffalo County - $29,212 per year
On average, the highest paid allied health professionals in Wisconsin were:
- Physical Therapist Assistant - $46,720 per year
- Occupational Therapy Assistant - $45,690 per year
- Massage Therapist - $38,020 per year
The allied health professionals with lowest average salaries in Wisconsin were:
- Home Health Aide - $21,860 per year
- Pharmacy Aide - $21,310 per year
For more data regarding a career in allied health in Wisconsin and to compare salaries with various related fields such as nurse anesthetist or nurse assisting, take a look at the graphs and charts below.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Allied Health in Wisconsin
- Bachelor's Degree in Allied Health in Wisconsin
- Master's Degree in Allied Health in Wisconsin
- Doctoral Degree in Allied Health in Wisconsin
- Certificate in Allied Health in Wisconsin
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|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Nursing Aides, Orderlies, and Attendants||37,630||$25,620||5.9%|
|Home Health Aides||22,080||$21,860||67.5%|
|Physical Therapist Assistants||1,360||$46,720||14.3%|
|Medical Equipment Preparers||1,200||$29,650||64.4%|
|Occupational Therapy Assistants||740||$45,690||-1.3%|
|Physical Therapist Aides||620||$25,470||-11.4%|
|Occupational Therapy Aides||250||$30,490||25.0%|
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