USD meets growing demand for health care workers with hands-on, high-tech programs
Whether they’re using dental instruments or 3D printers, doing patient simulations or digital image analysis, students at the University of South Dakota likely have health care-related jobs waiting for them when they graduate.
“We have a really powerful system of health care in South Dakota, without question, and they’re also really good jobs,” USD president Sheila Gestring said. “They’re high-demand jobs, and the employment growth projections going forward are also significant.”
In many cases, students graduating with degrees from these programs will find their occupations projected to experience double-digit percentage increases.