Innovative online curriculum prepares learners to meet challenges and opportunities in health care and medical fields
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health care is the fastest-growing career field in the United States, and it expects to add 2.4 million new jobs by 2026.
For those looking for the flexibility of virtual learning or the opportunity to update and increase skills while working, The Ohio State University College of Medicine and School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences offer leading-edge degree and certificate programs that empower learners to push the boundaries of their future success.
Learn more about the available programs and certificates that are 100% online so you can log on and lean into new opportunities:
Biomedical Informatics Certificate — The Biomedical Informatics Certificate is a graduate-level certificate — perfect for working adults. This certificate would be ideal for those who want to supplement their careers in biomedical and clinical research, as it teaches students about biomedical informatics theories and principles. Authorized in all 50 states, this customizable program just might be what you need to reach the next step in your career.
Master of Arts in Bioethics — For those who like to ponder the bigger questions, a Master of Arts in Bioethics might just be for you. This degree is open to health care professionals, researchers and graduate students, and it aims to teach students the theories behind ethical reasoning. Specialized to focus on the tough questions that one might encounter during medical practice and research, this degree equips students with all the skills necessary to be ethically conscious leaders in their fields of health care.
Master of Science in Translational Pharmacology — A Master of Science in Translational Pharmacology is perfect for graduates and professionals who desire a career specializing in trial design and safety studies or pharmaceuticals. At only 30-36 credit hours, this graduate-level degree is ideal for professionals already working in the field.
Assistive and Rehabilitative Technology Certificate Offered by the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences — The Assistive and Rehabilitative Technology Certificate (ARTC) program provides students with a strong foundation for the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology of North America (RESNA) exam. Open to both graduate students and eligible undergraduate students, the ARTC program allows students to expand their skills with assistive technology.
Associate of Science to Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences Offered by the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences — Authorized in all 50 states, the Associate of Science to Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences program is designed for technicians currently working in the field. This program guides students through administration and management of various radiologic techniques and primes them for the Certified Radiology Administrator exam.
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Offered by the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences — Designed for undergraduate students, the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program allows individuals to finish their degree after fulfilling all relevant prerequisites. This degree acts as a perfect stepping stone for those who wish to continue on to a graduate health program by granting students both a quality education and a high degree of flexibility.
Usability and User Experience in Health Care Certificate Offered by the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences — The Usability and User Experience in Health Care Certificate program is open to both graduate and eligible undergraduate students who are looking to improve the user interfacing aspect of health care. The program offers both individual and group case-based projects to demonstrate mastery according to national standards. If you are looking for a way to improve patient safety and enhance the user experience, this program may just be the one for you.
The world has changed drastically over the last two years, in ways that were hard to predict. As we return to the new normal, now is an opportune time to think about the future that you want for yourself. A new degree, certificate or training may give you the leg up required to advance in your health care career.