What is distance education in the school of allied health professions?
Mode of Delivery
The School of Allied Health Professions utilizes different types of distance technology as a mode of delivery for some components of a course or for the entire course. All students in the school, whether online or on campus, will encounter a distance mode of delivery at some point in their educational programs.
We have students that complete at least some, if not all, of their program of study at one our clinical affiliate sites. To see if your program of interest has an affiliate site available, please visit their web page.
The School of Allied Health Professions offers several degree advancement options for practicing allied health professionals. Click on the Undergraduate or Graduate links to the left for more information about our degree advancement opportunities.
The School of Allied Professions offers several courses that satisfy admissions requirements for all eleven degree programs in the school. These courses are offered completely online at least once every academic year. For more information on the courses offered click on the Non-degree Seeking link to the left.
Professional Development Courses
The School of Allied Professions has several courses that practicing professionals may use for professional development, either as refresher courses for topics already studied or to prepare for new areas of study. These courses are offered completely online at least once every academic year. For more information on the courses offered click on the Non-degree Seeking link to the left.
- MPS Degree Advancement Option
- MPAS Degree Advancement Option (Distance Learning Program)
- Non-degree Seeking
- Computer Requirements