Master of Science in Education, Allied Health Teaching and Leadership - MSEd AHTL
Keiser University's Master of Science in Education, Allied Health Teaching and Leadership provides instructors, administrators, program directors, and other personnel an intensive study of theory and practice in the field of healthcare education. The program fosters independent learning and prepares students to contribute through leadership and scholarship to the education profession. Students complete a foundation of courses in such areas as diversity, curriculum design, ethics, evaluation and assessment, decision-making, and instructional technology before focusing on enrollment management, student retention, trends and issues in health care education and management. Graduates are able to demonstrate knowledge and application of theory and to critically analyze and competently solve problems in this area of education based on applied research methods.
Keiser University's MSEdAHTL program prepares students to contribute to the education profession as leaders. Upon completion of the program, students are able to:
Prerequisites for Major Courses
The Master of Science in Education, Allied Health Teaching and Leadership is designed to meet the needs of students with accredited baccalaureate degrees. Students may be instructors, program directors, and managers of higher education healthcare programs as well as community health educators and leaders.
NOTE: Courses in the MSE AHTL program are each eight-weeks in length, and students are scheduled for two courses concurrently if attending full-time.
To receive a Master of Science in Education, Allied Health Teaching and Leadership degree, students must earn 36 graduate semester credit hours. In the final semester of their program, students complete an action research project related to their area of interest. No electives are offered in this program. Thirty of the program hours must be completed through Keiser University. Program requirements are as follows: