Admission: Cardiovascular Technology Program
The Cardiovascular Technology Program accepts a limited number of students
each year based on staffing, laboratory and instrumentation availability, and
the number of clinical sites available for student assignment during the second
year of training. Qualified applicants are admitted on a first-come,
first-serve basis based on receipt of verification of prerequisite completion.
The process for application to the Program follows:
- Prospective applicants are encouraged to meet with the Program Coordinator
for information on prerequisites, structure of the program, employment
opportunities and career paths. Call (619) 644-7302 to sign up up for an
orientation to the program. For information on general education requirements
or to develop an educational plan leading to a degree or certificate, contact
the Grossmont College Counseling Center for an appointment, (619) 644-7208.
- Complete the following prerequisites:
- High school graduation or equivalent.
- Fundamentals of Chemistry (CHEM 115, 4 units) or equivalent, or one year
of college prep level high school chemistry with lab.
- Human Anatomy and Physiology (BIO 144 and BIO 145, 8 units; or BIO 140
and BIO 141, 8 units) or equivalent.
- Complete the CVT Application for Admission form and return to the CVT
Office, Room 340B. Forms are available in the CVT Office, Grossmont College
Counseling Center, or can be downloaded from the
CVC web site. Deliver
the completed application to the CVT office or mail to:
8800 Grossmont College Dr.
El Cajon, CA 92020-1799
- Submit one copy of evidence of high school graduation or G.E.D. to the CVT
- Submit two official transcripts of all previous non-Grossmont College
course work. Send one copy directly to the CVT Office and one copy to the
Grossmont College Admissions and Records Office.
- When notified of acceptance, complete all admission requirements to attend
Grossmont College. Refer to the Grossmont College Catalog for details or
contact the Admissions and Records Office.
- Students entering the CVT Program must submit evidence of a satisfactory
physical and dental examination in order to meet the requirements of clinical
training. Medical and dental examinations forms are provided by the CVT