Graduate Degree in Cardiovascular Technology at Geneva College

July 31, 2008

Geneva College in Pennsylvania will offer the first graduate degree program in the nation that offers cardiovascular technology.

The cardiovascular technology, graduate degree program will launch in the fall 2008 semester. The program will offer a master’s degree that will train health professionals who will work with cardiologists to perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. “The burden on cardiologists and their support staff will only increase as the baby boomer generation ages and cardiovascular disease continues to be among the leading killers in our nation,” said Dr. Daryl Sas, chair of Geneva’s Department of Biology.

The college has offered a bachelor’s of science degree in cardiovascular technology for 30 years, one of two colleges in the nation to do so.

Geneva College is a Christian college of the arts, sciences and professional studies. It is a founding member of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).


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