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Allied Health, Continuing Studies
The Center for Continuing Studies is committed to helping aspiring allied health professionals by offering two bachelor and two associate degrees that will prepare students for careers in health care administration, medical office management, and public health administration. There are several program options available for traditional/non-traditional students, and all four degree options are offered online.
These programs combine the core concepts of allied health with complementary fields that are critical to success as a healthcare professional. Successful students will be able to apply communication skills that show an understanding of the audience and healthcare topics. Contact us or one of our allied health advisors and we’ll get you started down the path to a college degree. Additionally, an online master's degree in allied health education can be earned through the Center for Education.
Allied Health - Entry Program (bachelor degree)
This major has a choice of several tracks, including applied supervision and healthcare writing. The program option is designed to be a full-time online program and is open to both new and transfer students.
Allied Health - Degree Completion (bachelor degree)
Students with completion of an approved allied health program start with credit and quickly enter into a degree program where courses can be completed on campus or online. This is a part-time program.
Allied Health - Degree Completion (associate degree)
Students with completion of an approved allied health program start with credit. This program is part-time and allows students to quickly take the core foundation classes towards an associate degree. It easily rolls over for those looking to complete our bachelor degree.
Radiologic Technology - Degree Completion (associate degree)
Designed for students with completion of an approved hospital based, radiologic technology program. This part-time program can be taken online or in class. Only 15 credits (5 classes) are needed for the completion of this degree program.
Widener-Crozer Allied Health Partnership
Through the Widener-Crozer Allied Health Partnership, we also offer a bachelor of science in allied health for diagnostic medical sonography and an associate of science in allied health for radiologic technology.
Widener University’s Center for Continuing Studies is accredited by The Middle States Commission on Higher Education(MSCHE), 3624 Market Street, 2nd Floor West, Philadelphia, PA 19104. 267-284-5000.