Academic Programs

Kaplan College offers an education that makes sense for working adults with classes offered during the day or at night, so you can earn your diploma without interfering with your current job or obligations. Enroll now and start on the path to a brighter future in a career you can be proud of. To learn more about the programs at our Fort Worth campus, select an area of study below.

  • Allied Health Programs

    • Dental Assistant (Diploma)

      Our dental assistant program may help you pursue positions as a member of a dental health team. When you earn your diploma at Kaplan College in Fort Worth, TX, you have the opportunity to gain not only dental assistant knowledge and skills, but also professional skills that you could apply to your everyday life.

      Certification

      This program is designed to help prepare you for the required radiology certification exams approved by the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE), which may include certification to perform radiologic procedures. In Texas, you must complete a mandatory short course approved by the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners and be registered with TSBDE to be qualified to take x-rays in a dentist's office.†

      Graduates seeking national certification will need to pursue the Dental Assisting National Board's (DANB) Certified Dental Assistant (CDA) examination to demonstrate competence in dental assisting skills.†

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    • Medical Assistant (Diploma)

      Have you always wanted to work in the medical industry and help people? Kaplan College in Fort Worth, TX can help. As a medical assistant, you could have the opportunity to work directly with patients and assist with their care and well-being.

      Certification

      This course is intended to help eligible students prepare for the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) Examination sponsored by American Medical Technologists (AMT).†

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    • Medical Office Specialist (Diploma)

      Medical office specialists play a key role in running an efficient, productive medical office by performing tasks such as bookkeeping and preparing medical charts. If you are interested in a career in health care, training to become a medical office specialist at Kaplan College, Fort Worth campus, could offer the potential for a bright future.

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  • Criminal Justice Programs

    • Criminal Justice (Associate of Applied Science)

      This program at Kaplan College, Fort Worth campus, provides training in the areas of criminal investigation, juvenile delinquency, criminal behavior, crime and loss prevention, corporate security, and law enforcement. If you want to train for a meaningful career that gives you a sense of value and allows you to make a positive difference in your community, criminal justice may be right for you.

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  • Continuing Education Courses

    • Phlebotomy Technician (Short Course of Instruction)

      In the medical or health field, knowing how to draw blood and understanding phlebotomy procedures can be a necessary skill. Our phlebotomy technician course at Kaplan College in Fort Worth, TX is intended to help allied health professionals looking to gain these skills.

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† The School cannot guarantee a student's eligibility either to take any exam or become certified, registered, or licensed. A student's eligibility may depend on his or her work experience, completion of high school (or its equivalent), not having a criminal record, meeting other licensure or certification requirements, or the program or School itself having appropriate accreditation or licensure. Externship sites may themselves require a criminal background check or medical examination.