The flexibility of online education means the courses will always fit your schedule, regardless of where you are professionally or geographically. You can balance work with online courses and continue to advance your career. Students may even enroll in just one course at a time.
2. Quality Education
Online courses emphasize practical knowledge you can apply to your career from day one. Course instructors continually evaluate industry standards and minimum competencies to ensure coursework is best preparing you for career advancement. Courses are led by full-time and part-time faculty with a variety of experiences as educators and leaders in health care. Class size is typically capped at 25, so your instructors and advisors are very accessible through virtual office hours and provide a continuous educational experience.
3. Academic Health Center
As a member of the Association of Academic Health Centers, Des Moines University has a long history of excellence in graduate health science education. Our university offers 4 doctoral degrees, 5 master’s degrees, and professional development courses for the life-long learner.