ATSU’s School of Health Management offers an online Master of Health Education degree that will prepare you for leadership in health education. A systematic process based on learning theory is used to plan, design, implement, and evaluate effective program and course offerings with in-depth pedagogical training. A 14-course program, the M.H.Ed. offers five areas of concentration: leadership, research, teaching, medical education, and a customized track. Note: This program is not intended to meet state certification requirements to become an elementary or secondary teacher.
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