The Master of Health Professions Teaching and Technology (MHPTT)* program, offered by the College of Allied Health Professions, is completed entirely online and provides health professions educators with a foundation in teaching and technology skills for successful instruction of health science students. Taught by an interprofessional faculty team, the program consists of core and elective courses and culminates in a portfolio-based capstone experience.
Courses focus on teaching and learning in the settings in which health professions education is delivered, taking into consideration the unique challenges faced by instructors and the specific learning needs of students. Courses in the MHPTT program include:
Foundations of Health Professions Education
Integrating Technology into Health Professions Curriculum
Media & Emerging Technologies for the Health Professions
Research Analysis & Design for Health Professions Education
Simulated Learning in the Health Professions
Cognitive Psychology for Health Care Professionals
See the entire list of courses and find out more about the program and admission criteria here!
*A post-baccalaureate certification option is also available.