PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Allied Health Leadership Completion Program builds on prior learning and provides students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to advance in their career. Believing that education is an ongoing process, the Allied Health Leadership Completion Program expands upon the basic foundation of allied health education by integrating knowledge from the liberal arts, math, science and business to foster personal and professional growth in an environment that is based on the principles and truths of the Franciscan Catholic  tradition.

YOU COULD BECOME A ...

  • Health Administrator
  • Imaging Professional
  • Pharmacy Professional
  • Respiratory Therapist
  • Clinical Laboratory Professional

YOU COULD START A
GRADUATE PROGRAM IN …

  • Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Development (LOD)
  • Health Care Administration
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)

FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

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brianna neuser

Dean of Professional Studies,
Director of Allied Health

Nursing Department

Phone920-686-6213
Emailbrianna.neuser@sl.edu

 

 

Program Learning outcomes

  1. Students will collaborate with clients, members of the health team and others in order to maximize the health potential of clients demonstrated by successful completion of coursework.
  2. Students will synthesize knowledge from liberal arts and professional education to meet the health needs of a changing society and world as measured by problem-solving activities based on evidence-based research.
  3. Students will exhibit leadership behaviors consistent with the profession in meeting the global health challenges by participating in service.
  4. Students will gain the necessary preparation for graduate studies as shown by satisfactory completion of the undergraduate program.

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

PROGRAM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS

This program is designed for individuals who have earned associate degrees or completed accredited certificate or diploma programs in allied health fields. Credits for completion of clinical course work will be considered on a case-by-case basis and will be based on the following criteria:

  • The educational program must be for an allied health profession that is recognized by the American Medical Association as a health care profession.
  • The allied health educational program from which the applicant has graduated must meet the following criteria:
    • The educational program must hold accreditation in good standing with a formal national programmatic accrediting agency widely acceptable to the specific allied health profession.
    • Formally recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS

  • A minimum of one-third of the required courses must be completed through Silver Lake of the Holy Family.

PROGRAM EXIT REQUIREMENTS

  • The Allied Health Leadership major is comprehensive; no minor is required.
  • In addition to the course requirements listed, the student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 in major courses.

Program Curriculum

Allied Health Leadership Major 30 credits
Allied Health Leadership Core Courses  
AHL 300 Leadership for Health Care Professionals 3
AHL 311 Disease Management & Health Promotion 3
AHL 313 Research 3
AHL 413 Capstone 3
AHL 416 Current Trends and Issues in Health Policy 3
AHL 421 Ethics and Professionalism in Health Care 3
BUS 310 Management and Organizational Behavior 3
CPS 315 Management Information Systems 3
MTH 271 Probability and Statistics 3
PSY 370 Adult Development & Aging 3

 

Allied Health Leadership Completion Program 120 credits
AHL program prerequisites 24
Liberal Arts Core Courses 24
AHL Core 30
AHL Support Courses 16
Additional credits to be completed by foundation courses, Associate Degree credits and/or elective credits 26-30

 

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