Master of Education in Health Professions

Program Overview 

The M.Ed. in Health Professions is an interprofessional degree program that provides classroom and mentored education experience in health professions education, preparing you for a career as an education practitioner, scholar, and leader. The program is designed for those who hold an advanced degree in a health profession. The curriculum focuses on the theories, models, and competencies used by educators within the complex intersection of education and health systems. This program emphasizes the skills required to teach in clinical and experiential settings.

During the program, learners will work with mentors to select coursework supportive of career goals and complete an education-focused project of their choosing.

Who should apply?

The M.Ed. in Health Professions is a post-graduate program intended for clinicians who have completed a Master’s or Doctoral degree in a health profession who are either currently responsible for education or aspire to an educator/faculty role.

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