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Emphasis in Health Professions Education


CSMís Doctor of Education with an emphasis in Health Professions Education (Ed.D.) program is designed for health professionals interested in teaching. Graduates are prepared to teach in higher education, professional development, or patient education. 

Program Highlights

Flexible Design & Work Accommodations

  • Hybrid course delivery allows completion while working
  • Three years to degree completion for full-time study with a masterís degree
  • Full- and part-time class option, plus students may 'trial' the program by taking a class as a non degree-seeking student before finalizing the application process

Focus on You

  • Small class size
  • Faculty available to meet on your time
  • Recognition for the experience you bring to the classroom


Student Achievements

Publications by Students  

 International Conference Student Presentations

  • Forensic Nursing Conference in Vienna Austria
  • Service-Learning Conference in Ireland
  • Sigma Theta Tau International Conference

 National Student Awards

  • Achievement Award from American Academy of Forensic Sciences
  • Mary Hanna Memorial Journalism Award

Selected Dissertation Titles

  • Effect of Clinical Simulation plus Traditional Teaching Methodologies versus Traditional Teaching Methodologies alone on Critical Thinking of Nursing Students
  • Intimate Partner Violence: The Lived Experience of an Individualís Perception of the Holistic Severing of Oneís Self from an Intimate Partner Violence Relationship
  • Academic and Nonacademic Predictors of Future Success on the NCLEX-RN®
  • Nursing Studentsí Perceptions of How Prepared They Are to Assess Patientsí Spiritual Needs
  • Comparative Learning Styles of the Adult with Aspergerís Syndrome
  • Nursing Studentsí Perception of Spiritual Awareness after Participating in a Spirituality Project

 

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