$46,160 / yr
$54,980. / yr
$ 53,950 / yr
$37,600 / yr
Careers in the medical field are expected to have a 16% growth, 2020–2030
Careers for Nursing in Colorado are projected to grow 30% through 2028.
Voices of PPSC
There’s no point in making excuses. If you want it bad enough, you’re going to make it work. Pikes Peak State College has changed my life. That’s just a fact.
Mother of four and future nurse
Rated as one of the #1 programs in the country, Pikes Peak State College prepares its nursing students with the skills, technical competence, and know-how needed to find a rewarding career in an in-demand industry. PPSC’s four nursing programs include: Associate Degree in Nursing, nursing assistant, LPN to RN, and the RN to BSN.Visit the Website
Become an integral member of a surgical team to deliver patient care before, during, and after surgery. PPSC’s program prepares students for an exciting career in surgical settings including hospital operating rooms, labor and delivery, cardiovascular, and many other specialties.Visit the Website
Prepare for a career assisting licensed pharmacists with sterile compounding, making IV medications, organizing drug inventory, and performing authorizations for patients. PPSC, one of only a handful of programs in the state to offer an associate degree and they boast a 99% pass rate over the last 10 years on the national certification exam.Visit the Website
Attain a skill-set to become a part of a medical services team anywhere in the country. Students will learn about the health care system and medical terminology; apply administrative skills; and interpersonal skills to assist patients.Visit the Website