State Licensure and/or Registration

The following licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states where Sanford-Brown career training programs are offered and are subject to change without notice.

Atlanta

Advanced Massage Therapy

The state of Georgia requires massage therapists be licensed in order to practice in the state. Passage of the NCBTMB certification exam is one of the requirements for state licensure. SBC does not control state licensure in Georgia or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Georgia or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Pharmacy Technician

The state of Georgia does not require pharmacy technicians to be registered/licensed or PTNB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTNB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Georgia or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Georgia or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Austin

Veterinary Technology

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Texas does not require veterinary technicians to obtain state licensure to practice. More information can be obtained by contacting the Texas Veterinary Medical Examining Board or visiting their website.

Cleveland

Advanced Massage Therapy

The state of Ohio requires massage therapists to be licensed in order to practice in the state. State licensure requires passage of a state licensing exam. SBC does not control state licensure in Ohio or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Ohio or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Pharmacy Technology

The state of Ohio requires pharmacy technicians to pass an examination approved by the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy. This requirement may be met through the PTCB or the use of an employer-based examination that has been approved by the State Board of Pharmacy. PTCB certification and registration/licensing is not a requirement, however these may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Ohio or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Ohio or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Radiography

In Ohio, radiographers are required to carry a state license in order to practice. Since the SBC Radiography program is approved by the Ohio Department of Health, graduates of the Radiography program are eligible to apply for the state radiographer license examination without being ARRT certified. All state licensure/registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as a radiographer in Ohio or in any other state without ARRT certification and/or a state license/registration, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Collinsville

Massage Therapy

The state of Illinois requires massage therapists to be licensed in order to practice in the state. However, passage of the NCBTMB certification exam and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration in Illinois or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Illinois or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dallas

Pharmacy Technician

The state of Texas requires pharmacy technicians to be registered in order to practice in the state. Passage of the PTNB certification exam is required for state licensure. State licensure/registration and/or PTNB certification may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Texas or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Surgical Technology

As of September 2009, to be employed as a surgical technologist in Texas, you must graduate from an accredited program and hold and maintain appropriate certification. The Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) certification is obtained by graduating from a CAAHEP- or ABHES-accredited program and passing the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) Certified Surgical Technologist certification exam. There is a six-month grace period during which a recent graduate of an accredited surgical technology program may practice surgical technology. Certification may be obtained through a program approved by the law, such as the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting, or approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Dearborn

Veterinary Technology

The Veterinary Technology program at SBC is programmatically accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).  This means that graduates of the program are eligible to take the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) and the State of Michigan License Board Examination. The requirements for taking and passing the VTNE and the State Board examination are not controlled by SBC and are subject to change without notice. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take the VTNE or State Board examination, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.  Further, SBC does not control the state registration for veterinary technicians in Michigan or in any other state.  Thus, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as veterinary technicians in Michigan or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dialysis Technology

At this time, the state of Michigan does not require dialysis technicians to be registered/licensed/certified in order to practice as dialysis technicians in the state. However, certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control certification and/or state licensure/registration requirements in Michigan or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dialysis technicians in Michigan or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Fenton

Respiratory Therapy

In the state of Missouri, graduates must be licensed as respiratory care practitioners by the state to practice respiratory therapy. Passage of the CRT examination offered by the NBRC is required for state licensure in Missouri. However, SBC does not control the state licensure requirements in Missouri or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as respiratory therapists in Missouri or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Radiography

In Missouri, radiographers are not required by law to be certified by ARRT or licensed/registered with the state in order to practice. However, ARRT certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Missouri or other states and cannot guarantee that graduates of the program will be eligible to practice as radiographers in Missouri or in another state, at all or at any specific time.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

In Missouri, radiographers are not required by law to be certified by ARRT or licensed/registered with the state in order to practice. However, ARRT certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Missouri or other states and cannot guarantee that graduates of the program will be eligible to practice as radiographers in Missouri or in another state, at all or at any specific time.

Emergency Medical Services

In order to practice in the state of Missouri as an emergency medical technician, graduates must apply for state licensure and pass the state examination. Graduates of the program will then be required to pass the NREMT certification examinations in order to obtain state licensure as EMTs or Paramedics in Missouri. SBC, however, does not control the state licensure or NREMT requirements in Missouri or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as emergency medical technicians paramedics in Missouri or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Bachelor's of Science Radiologic Technology

In Missouri, radiographers are not required by law to be certified by ARRT or licensed/registered with the state in order to practice. However, ARRT certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Missouri or other states and cannot guarantee that graduates of the program will be eligible to practice as radiographers in Missouri or in another state, at all or at any specific time.

Fort Lauderdale

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technicians must register with the Florida Board of Pharmacy in order to practice in the State of Florida. Proof of completion of a board-approved pharmacy technician-training program is required for registration. Applicants with certain fraud-based or drug-related felony convictions or guilty pleas, or incarceration or probation for such offenses in their background will likely not be eligible for registration as a pharmacy technician in Florida. Since SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Florida or in any other state, SBI cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure/registration or to work as pharmacy technicians in Florida or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment. All questions regarding eligibility for registration as a pharmacy technician in Florida should be directed to the Florida Board of Pharmacy.

Massage Therapy

The state of Florida requires massage therapists be licensed in order to practice in the state. Passage of the NCBTMB certification exam is one of the requirements for state licensure. SBI does not control state licensure in Florida or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Florida or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Assisting with Expanded Functions

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Although Florida does not require dental assistants to obtain state licensure or registration at this time, some states may require this. SBI does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Florida or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Hygiene

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Any person who is of good moral character and reputation and who has satisfactorily completed a course in dental hygiene in an accredited dental hygiene school may apply to the board for examination and registration as a dental hygienist in Florida. SBI does not control state licensure, certification and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental hygienists in Florida or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Garden City

Pharmacy Technician

The state of New York does not require pharmacy technicians to be registered/licensed or PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in NY or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in NY or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Grand Rapids

Veterinary Technology

The Veterinary Technology program at SBC is programmatically accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).  This means that graduates of the program are eligible to take the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) and the State of Michigan License Board Examination. The requirements for taking and passing the VTNE and the State Board examination are not controlled by SBC and are subject to change without notice. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take the VTNE or State Board examination, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.  Further, SBC does not control the state registration for veterinary technicians in Michigan or in any other state.  Thus, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as veterinary technicians in Michigan or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Hazelwood

Occupational Therapy Assistant

The state of Missouri currently requires occupational therapy assistants have a state license to practice. However, SBC does not control the state licensure requirements in Missouri or in any other state. All licensure requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as occupational therapy assistants in Missouri or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

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Massage Therapy

The state of Missouri requires massage therapists to be licensed in order to practice in the state. However, passage of the NCBTMB certification exam and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration in Missouri or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Missouri or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Assistant

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. In Missouri, dental assistants are not required to take and pass a state certification exam in order to work as dental assistants. SBC does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Missouri or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Pharmacy Technician

The state of Missouri requires pharmacy technicians to be registered/ licensed in order to practice in the state. Also, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Missouri or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Missouri or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Houston

Anesthesia Technology

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Although Texas does not require anesthesia technicians to obtain state licensure and/or registration at this time, some states may require this. SBC does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as anesthesia technicians in Texas or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Medical Laboratory Technology

Graduates of Sanford-Brown College’s Medical Laboratory Technician program are eligible for and encouraged to take the Medical Laboratory Technician certification exam offered by American Medical Technologists (AMT) upon graduation. This credential is a nationally recognized voluntary certification that could enhance employment opportunities. The American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) also offers a certification exam. Houston’s Medical Laboratory Technician program is programmatically accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Science (NAACLS). This means that current students can take the ASCP and NCA national certification exams for Medical Laboratory Technicians.

Pharmacy Technician

The state of Texas requires pharmacy technicians to be registered in order to practice in the state. Passage of the PTCB certification exam is required for state licensure. State licensure/registration and/or PTCB certification may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Texas or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Surgical Technology

As of September 2009, to be employed as a surgical technologist in Texas, you must graduate from an accredited program and hold and maintain appropriate certification. The Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) certification is obtained by graduating from a CAAHEP- or ABHES-accredited program and passing the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) Certified Surgical Technologist certification exam. There is a six-month grace period during which a recent graduate of an accredited surgical technology program may practice surgical technology. Certification may be obtained through a program approved by the law, such as the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting, or approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Indianapolis

Pharmacy Technician

The State of Indiana requires students to have successfully registered as Technicians-In-Training prior to beginning their externship. The state of Indiana also requires pharmacy technicians to be registered in order to practice in the state. Passage of the PTCB certification exam is required for state licensure in addition to a criminal background check. State licensure/registration and/or PTCB certification may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Indiana or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Iselin

Pharmacy Technician

The state of New Jersey requires pharmacy technicians to be registered/licensed or PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in New Jersey or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in New Jersey or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Advanced Massage Therapy

The state of New Jersey does not at this time require massage therapists be licensed in order to practice in the state. SBI does not control state licensure in any state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in New Jersey or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Jacksonville

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technicians must register with the Florida Board of Pharmacy in order to practice in the State of Florida. Proof of completion of a board-approved pharmacy technician-training program is required for registration. Applicants with certain fraud-based or drug-related felony convictions or guilty pleas, or incarceration or probation for such offenses in their background will likely not be eligible for registration as a pharmacy technician in Florida. Since SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Florida or in any other state, SBI cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure/registration or to work as pharmacy technicians in Florida or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment. All questions regarding eligibility for registration as a pharmacy technician in Florida should be directed to the Florida Board of Pharmacy.

Nursing

The Nursing Program at Sanford-Brown Institute is currently Approved/Probationary status with the Florida Board of Nursing.  This approved/probationary status is due to NCLEX-RN pass rates not meeting the criteria set by the FLBON.  The approved/probationary status will remain active for 2012 and 2013.  The status will not affect the student’s ability to complete course work and graduate from the program.

A student/graduate from a nursing program under approved/probationary status may sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) upon successful completion of curriculum requirements.  However, state licensure requirements are not controlled by Sanford-Brown but by the individual states and are subject to change. 

Dental Hygiene

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Any person who is of good moral character and reputation and who has satisfactorily completed a course in dental hygiene in an accredited dental hygiene school may apply to the board for examination and registration as a dental hygienist in Florida. SBI does not control state licensure, certification and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental hygienists in Florida or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Landover

Pharmacy Technician

The state of Maryland does not require pharmacy technicians to be registered/licensed or PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Maryland or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Maryland or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Milwaukee

Radiography

The state of Wisconsin does not currently require ARRT certification or state licensure/registration to perform radiologic procedures. However, SBC does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements for radiographers in Wisconsin or in any other state. All licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as a radiographer in Wisconsin or any other state without ARRT certification and/or a state license/registration, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Wilkins Township

Pharmacy Technician

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania does not require pharmacy technicians to be registered, licensed, or PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure or certification requirements in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Respiratory Therapy

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, graduates must apply for and receive state certification to practice respiratory therapy. Passage of the CRT examination offered by the NBRC is required for state certification in Pennsylvania. SBI does not control state licensure or certification requirements in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as respiratory therapists in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Assistant

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice.  In Pennsylvania, dental assistants are not required to take and pass a state certification exam in order to work as dental assistants.  Sanford-Brown does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Pennsylvania or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Paramedic

In order to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as an emergency medical technician, graduates must apply for state licensure and pass the state examination. Graduates of the program will then be required to pass the NREMT certification examinations in order to obtain state licensure as EMTs or Paramedics in Pennsylvania. SBI, however, does not control the state licensure or NREMT requirements in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as emergency medical technicians paramedics in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

New York

Pharmacy Technician

The state of New York does not require pharmacy technicians to be registered/licensed or PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in NY or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in NY or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

North Loop

Pharmacy Technician

The state of Texas requires pharmacy technicians to be registered in order to practice in the state. Passage of the PTCB certification exam is required for state licensure. State licensure/registration and/or PTCB certification may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration requirements, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Texas or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Radiography

The state of Texas does require ARRT certification or state licensure/registration to perform radiologic procedures. However, SBC does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements for radiographers in Texas or in any other state. All licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as a radiographer in Texas or any other state without ARRT certification and/or a state license/registration, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Surgical Technology

As of September 2009, to be employed as a surgical technologist in Texas, you must graduate from an accredited program and hold and maintain appropriate certification. The Certified Surgical Technologist (CST) certification is obtained by graduating from a CAAHEP- or ABHES-accredited program and passing the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (NBSTSA) Certified Surgical Technologist certification exam. There is a six-month grace period during which a recent graduate of an accredited surgical technology program may practice surgical technology. Certification may be obtained through a program approved by the law, such as the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting, or approved by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Orlando

Dental Hygiene

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Any person who is of good moral character and reputation and who has satisfactorily completed a course in dental hygiene in an accredited dental hygiene school may apply to the board for examination and registration as a dental hygienist in Florida. SBI does not control state licensure, certification and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental hygienists in Florida or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Assisting

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. In Pennsylvania, dental assistants are required to take and pass a state certification exam in order to work as dental assistants. SBI does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Florida or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Phoenix

Pharmacy Technician

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. The state of Arizona requires pharmacy technicians to obtain state licensure and be PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. More information regarding licensure can be obtained by contacting the Arizona State Board of Pharmacy or visiting their website. SANFORD-BROWN does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements in Arizona or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Arizona or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment. Additionally, a person shall not act as a pharmacy intern until that person is licensed by the Arizona State Board of Pharmacy. An employer shall verify that a person is currently licensed as a pharmacy intern before the employer allows that person to act as a pharmacy intern. An applicant for licensure as a pharmacy technician trainee in Arizona must:

  1. Be of good moral character.
  2. Be at least eighteen years of age.
  3. Have a high school diploma or the equivalent of a high school diploma.

Pittsburgh

Anesthesia Technology

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Although Pennsylvania does not require anesthesia technicians to obtain state licensure and/or registration at this time, some states may require this. SBI does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as anesthesia technicians in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Massage Therapist

Effective January 1, 2011, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania requires massage therapists be licensed by the State Board of Massage Therapy in order to practice in the state. Passage of either an examination offered by the NCBTMB or the Massage and Bodywork Licensure Examination (MBLEx) offered by the Federation of State Boards of Massage Therapy is one of the requirements for state licensure. SBI does not control state licensure in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

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Radiographer

In Pennsylvania, radiographers must be either certified through ARRT to perform radiologic procedures or pass the ARRT certification exam offered through the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine and Osteopathic Medicine (State Board) in order to practice in the state. While passage of the ARRT certification exam through the State Board will enable the graduate to practice in Pennsylvania, the graduate may not be able to practice in other states. Licensure/registration requirements are controlled by the states and are subject to change without notice. SBI cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as a radiographer without ARRT certification, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dialysis Technology

At this time, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania does not require dialysis technicians to be registered/licensed/certified in order to practice as dialysis technicians in the state. However, certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control certification and/or state licensure/registration requirements in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dialysis technicians in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

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Skokie

Dental Assisting

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. A dental assistant in the state of Illinois may perform basic supportive dental procedures specified by the state dental practice act under the supervision of a licensed dentist. To perform expanded functions under the supervision of a licensed dentist in the state of Illinois, a dental assistant must earn state qualifications in each of the desired expanded functions. More information can be obtained by contacting the Illinois Board of Dentistry or visiting their Website. Sanford-Brown does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Illinois or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Hygiene

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Any person who is of good moral character and reputation and who has satisfactorily completed a course in dental hygiene in an accredited dental hygiene school may apply to the board for examination and registration as a dental hygienist in Illinois. More information can be obtained by contacting the Illinois Board of Dentistry or visiting their Website. Sanford-Brown does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Illinois or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

St. Peters

Practical Nursing

The Practical Nursing program is approved by the Missouri Board of Nursing. Graduation from a practical nursing program approved by the Missouri Board of Nursing is required to apply for state licensure and sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN). However, state licensure requirements are not controlled by SBC but by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure in Missouri, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Graduation from a nursing program approved by the Missouri Board of Nursing is required to apply for state licensure and sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). However, state licensure requirements are not controlled by SBC but by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure in Missouri, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment. Completion of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program does not provide eligibility to apply for state licensure nor sit for the NCLEX-RN.

Associate of Applied Science Nursing

The Associate of Applied Science Nursing program has been placed on conditional approval by the Missouri Board of Nursing and cannot enroll new students into the program unless and until such time as the Board is satisfied that the program meets certain requirements.. Graduation from a nursing program approved by the Missouri Board of Nursing is required to apply for state licensure and sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). However, state licensure requirements are not controlled by SBC but by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure in Missouri, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Massage Therapy

The state of Missouri requires massage therapists to be licensed in order to practice in the state. However, passage of the NCBTMB certification exam and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBC does not control state licensure/registration in Missouri or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Missouri or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Tampa

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technicians must register with the Florida Board of Pharmacy in order to practice in the State of Florida. Proof of completion of a board-approved pharmacy technician-training program is required for registration. Applicants with certain fraud-based or drug-related felony convictions or guilty pleas, or incarceration or probation for such offenses in their background will likely not be eligible for registration as a pharmacy technician in Florida. Since SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Florida or in any other state, SBI cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure/registration or to work as pharmacy technicians in Florida or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment. All questions regarding eligibility for registration as a pharmacy technician in Florida should be directed to the Florida Board of Pharmacy.

Massage Therapy

The state of Florida requires massage therapists be licensed in order to practice in the state. Passage of either an examination offered by the NCBTMB or the Massage and Bodywork Licensure Examination (MBLEx) offered by the Federation of State Boards of Massage Therapy is one of the requirements for state licensure. Also, applicants with certain fraud-based or drug-related felony convictions or guilty pleas, or incarceration or probation for such offenses in their background will likely not be eligible for licensure as massage therapists in Florida. Applicants are responsible for determining whether their background will disqualify them from practicing as a massage therapist in Florida. SBI does not control state licensure in Florida or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure or to work as massage therapists in Florida or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Assisting with Expanded Functions

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. Although Florida does not require dental assistants to obtain state licensure or registration at this time, some states may require this. SBI does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Florida or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Trevose

Pharmacy Technician

The state of Pennsylvania does not require pharmacy technicians to be registered/licensed or PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Massage Therapy

The state of Pennsylvania does not currently require massage therapists to be licensed in order to practice in the state. However, passage of the NCBTMB certification exam and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure/registration in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as massage therapists in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Dental Assistant

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice. SBI does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Pennsylvania or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Paramedic

In order to practice in the state of Pennsylvania as an emergency medical technician, graduates must apply for state licensure and pass the state examination. Graduates of the program will then be required to pass the NREMT certification examinations in order to obtain state licensure as EMTs or Paramedics in Pennsylvania. SBI, however, does not control the state licensure or NREMT requirements in Pennsylvania or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as emergency medical technicians paramedics in Pennsylvania or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Paramedic and EMT

After demonstrating successful completion of an approved curriculum, individuals wishing to work in the paramedic field must achieve passing scores on the certification examination administered by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). Individuals who pass the certification examination are eligible for licensure by the State Office of Emergency Medical Services – County of Bucks, Department of Emergency Health Services.

Tysons Corner

Nursing

The Associate Degree in Nursing program at SBC is approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing. Graduation from a nursing program approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing is required to apply for state licensure and sit for the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). However, state licensure requirements are not controlled by SBC but by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBC. Therefore, SBC cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure in Virginia, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

White Plains

Pharmacy Technician

The state of New York does not require pharmacy technicians to be registered/licensed or PTCB-certified in order to practice in the state. However, PTCB certification and/or state licensure/registration may be required to practice in other states. SBI does not control state licensure/registration requirements in NY or in any other state, and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as pharmacy technicians in NY or any other state, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

Diagnostic Radiography

In New York, radiologic technologists are required to carry a state license in order to practice. Graduates of SBI's Diagnostic Radiography program will be eligible to apply to the New York State Department of Health for state licensure and take the ARRT certification exam through the Department of Health. However, all state licensure/registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice to SBI. SBI cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible for licensure in New York, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment. Further, SBI cannot guarantee that graduates who obtain a New York Radiologic Technologist license will be eligible to obtain licensure/registration to practice in other states.

Wilkins Township

Dental Assistant

Licensure and/or registration requirements are controlled by the individual states and are subject to change without notice.  In Pennsylvania, dental assistants are not required to take and pass a state certification exam in order to work as dental assistants.  Sanford-Brown does not control state licensure and/or registration requirements and cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to work as dental assistants in Pennsylvania or other states, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.

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