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  • Center for Education

    • Graduate Division
    • Hyatt Hall
    • tel: 610-499-4294
    • fax: 610-499-4623
  • John C. Flynn, Jr., PhD

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Allied Health Education (MEd)

Why Widener?

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Comprehensive Curriculum

Allied health education students at Widener are taught the latest trends in the health care field including legal and ethical issues so they can respond effectively to the needs of their students or clients, but can also be a positive change agent for the health care field in general.

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Flexible Online Program

The Center for Education offers an allied health education graduate program that is 100% online. The program is designed for students who cannot commute to campus and can be tailored to your individual life and work schedule.

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Develop Leadership Skills

Not only does the allied health degree prepare students with the specific educational knowledge needed as an allied health educator, but graduates also learn important life skills such as teamwork, cultural sensitivity, leadership, and communication.

 
  • jeffrey peterson
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Jeffrey Peterson

2015

Most of my courses at Widener have had some leadership type of learning. I feel that the skills I have learned have enabled me to be more willing to take a leadership role in projects that I wouldn't have in the past.

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Potential Careers

  • Lab supervisor
  • Corporate trainer
  • College teacher
  • Health clinic supervisor

Recent Employers

  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
  • JFK Muhlenberg Snyder School
  • STAT Imaging of Marlton