Several South Dakota higher education institutions offer various health care degree programs. See a matrix of the degree programs available at each institution. Each program indicator provides a direct link to information about that particular institution's program.
The South Dakota Area Health Education Center (AHEC), along with the Yankton Rural Area Health Education Center, developed and dispersed the faculty survey in February 2010. The survey asked respondents to indicate specific education needs in 10 areas identified on the survey as 10 question areas. These question areas were: Administration, quality of service, models of care delivery, patient care certifications, specialty clinical care, cancer care, aging services, regulation, environment of care and education delivery method.
South Dakota HOTT is a collaborative effort between the South Dakota departments of Education, Health, Labor and the Board of Regents to focus on health career information and opportunities for South Dakotans.
This website provides extensive information on a wide variety of health careers. This award-winning site is a multi-disciplinary, interactive site designed to explain the array of health professions and provide easy access to students seeking information about health careers.
The South Dakota Department of Labor provides information on the schools and training providers in the state. This information helps prospective students and their families to determine schools and programs that fit the student's personal needs and career goals.
The US Department of Labor provides occupational outlook and statistics. Information from the site includes training and education requirements, salary earnings, expected job prospects and workplace environment.
The American Medical Association's health care careers directory lists information for over 80 careers in health care and more than 8,000 accredited educational programs in those fields.