Executive Health Administration

How Cohort-Based Learning Enhances Online Learning

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 28, 2017 10:10:00 AM / by Frank Farrar posted in Online Learning, Cohort-Based Learning, Distance Learning

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When considering online graduate school programs, the learning environment is a major decision factor, leaving many students asking, "Who will my classmates be?"

Cohort-based learning has grown in popularity with the rise of online education. Learn how cohorts elevate online learning, provide richer learning experiences and often lead to deeper professional connections.

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10 Benefits of Online MHA Degrees

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 6, 2017 10:13:00 AM / by Frank Farrar posted in Blended Learning, Online Learning, Information Technology

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Before you make the personal investment to continue your education and apply to a graduate MHA degree program, one of the decisions you must weigh is whether a traditional master’s program or if an online MHA degree is right for you.

There are many factors to consider – some obvious, some perhaps less so. Here, we’ll take a look at 10 advantages an online MHA degree offers.

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Professionals Prefer Blended Online Learning

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 25, 2015 12:37:24 PM / by Susan Gautsch posted in Blended Learning, Online Learning

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Increasingly we rely on internet sites as primary sources for news and knowledge. Our world is becoming more interconnected than ever before, accelerating innovation and the dissemination of information. Universities are now expanding their boundaries beyond immediate geography and offering high quality education online. As the pace of change in healthcare hastens many professionals recognize that in order to advance their careers they need additional education. However, they can’t afford to lose time attending a full-time traditional brick and mortar graduate program. Additionally, potential students want to apply what they learn in school in their workplace. Blended online professional programs acknowledge that adult learners need the flexibility to learn wherever and whenever; that valuable, quality education is possible with today’s technology; and programs that integrate practice and theory provide students with the opportunity to affect change while they study. Common reasons to pursue a professional graduate degree include promotion, career change, and the joy of learning. The following tips will help guide you through choosing a high-quality, flexible healthcare administration degree program and determine your readiness to study.


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