If you want to advance your career by becoming a leader in health professions education or community health education, then consider WesternU's highly regarded Master of Science in Health Sciences program, which offers two tracks:
- Health Professions Education (HPE) – designed for people who are planning to teach or who currently teach in the health sciences or health professions. Learn more (PDF) . . .
- Community Health Education (CHE) - designed for people who wish to create, implement, and evaluate community-based health education programs. Learn more (PDF) . . .
Emphasis is placed on applied leadership, organizational dynamics, and the executive skills necessary to meet the administrative needs of health education teams in a variety of settings.
Why Choose WesternU (view a video testimonial): We offer:
- Convenient evening and a few web-based classes.
- Flexibility to work or simultaneously complete another degree at WesternU.
A great Southern California location with tremendous clinical training opportunities as well as access to
major cultural and recreational resources.
- Eligibility to become a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) by taking the national CHES examination.
- Affordable tuition for a high quality program.
- Diverse faculty with extensive experience in various aspects of the health-care industry.
- Professors who are known for innovation, dynamic teaching, and mentoring student-generated projects.
- Leadership training, preparing you for more competitive positions in greater areas of authority.
- The chance to conduct scholarly research with opportunities to write for publication in professional journals.
- Small class sizes (6-12) allow for meaningful discussions.
- Opportunities to collaborate with area health-care providers for educational experiences.
There are many ways for you to visit campus to learn more about our programs and we encourage you to attend a WesternU Preview Day. We also invite you to sign up for our electronic mailing list and "like" us on Facebook.
For program statistics, please visit the Office of Institutional Research's Academic Outcomes webpage.