Health Technology Students in Practical Training

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Information About Applying to Forsyth Tech Health Technologies Programs

Students interested in pursuing a degree or diploma in any of the Forsyth Tech Health Technologies programs must follow the specific admission requirements that are listed per individual program. The Health Technologies programs have limited enrollment and are filled by a selective admissions process.

Information Sessions

If you are planning to enroll in any of the Forsyth Tech Health Technologies programs, it is important that you attend an Information Session if at all possible. If it is not possible, it is important that you view the Online Information Session and read it carefully. Please note that the Nursing and Respiratory Therapy programs have separate information sessions from other Health Technologies programs.

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Respiratory Therapy Program

Medical Assisting

Regionally Increasing Baccalaureate Nurses (RIBN)

RIBN is a statewide initiative coordinated by the Foundation for Nursing Excellence that partners community colleges with universities in North Carolina. These partnerships allow students to earn both an associate and a baccalaureate degree in nursing over a four-year course of study. There are currently eight collaboratives across the state of partnered universities and community colleges. As part of the Triangle-Triad RIBN collaborative, Forsyth Tech and Winston-Salem State University now offer this option to students in the Triad area. For more information please follow the links below or contact Susan Maloney, RIBN Student Advisor, by phone at (336) 757-3617 or by email at

Selective Admissions Programs