Loma Linda University offers two degree options as a health professions educator. Earn a graduate certificate or master's degree and....
- Enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of student learning in your classroom or clinic
- Plan more effective learning experiences in the classroom or clinic
- Enhance your professional writing skills
- Learn how to write better test questions and evaluate clinical performance with confidence
- Improve student and peer evaluations of your teaching
- Develop your skills in academic administration
- Improve personal leadership skills
- Gain respect within your field and be recognized by your peers for expertise in health professions education.
- A bachelor's or higher degree from an accredited institution
- GRE required for International Students
- US or international licensure within a recognized healthcare profession
- Computer and Internet Access
- Web capabilities with your system
- Skype account
When to Apply
- Students may apply for Fall (September) or Winter (January) program entry.
- International students are encouraged to apply early.
Most courses meet in the evenings, online or in a condensed format. The programs are tailored for working professionals.
- Program brochure including courses
- Admissions information
- Assistantship Info
- International student Information
Arthur B. Marshak, EdD, MS, RRT, RPFT