Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Leadership and Management (AHLM)
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The B.S. for Allied Health Leadership is for professionals who wish to expand their career options in community health care settings.

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Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Leadership and Management (AHLM)

​The success and promotion of allied healthcare professional depends highly on leadership ability.  Over the next decade, hiring enough quality healthcare professionals and optimizing clinical staff to cover the rising demand for patient services will be among the biggest challenges facing the healthcare industry. Most healthcare organizations do not have the capacity or expertise in workforce solutions to keep up with the intensely competitive, and rapidly changing healthcare environment and are relying on institutions such as Casa Loma College to provide the personnel to fill these important positions.

At Casa Loma College we empower Allied Health professionals to adopt a lifelong learning framework that includes applied knowledge and evidence-based practices so they can make considerable differences in the lives of people utilizing the healthcare system.

A career in the allied health leadership and management makes you highly employable, allows you to help people every day and gives you the flexibility to live and work anywhere. With a higher-level degree, you can position yourself ahead of the game, ready for the rapidly changing healthcare environment.

Program Details
The B.S. in Allied Health Leadership and Management is a bachelor’s degree completion program for individuals who are credentialed health care professionals and who have earned an associate’s degree. The program is also for those who are credentialed health care professionals who have completed accredited certificate or diploma programs in allied health.

The AHLM program is three (3) semesters consisting of 37 credits and can be completed in as little as 11 months. Total credits for the Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Leadership and Management is 120 credits.

Course Highlights

  • Community and Culture in Allied Health
  • Teach and Learn in Allied Health
  • Managing Allied Health Professionals
  • Information Management in Healthcare

Degree Outcomes

  • Attain proficiency in the concepts, theories, and methods of inquiry pertinent to allied health leadership
  • Develop essential competencies in organizational management, including skills for interprofessional collaboration
  • Integrate knowledge of an allied health care field with the dynamics and complexity of the health care industry
  • Demonstrate strategies to incorporate a variety of cultural frameworks into allied health practice
  • Understand Interprofessional team dynamics within the framework of Critical Incident Response within the healthcare setting.
  • Utilize data gathering tools for analysis and decision-making in critical response situations within the health care setting.
  • Practice appropriate competency in oral and written communication and presentation skills
  • Conduct research, drawing on and documenting a variety of sources deemed appropriate for academic work and synthesize findings in a coherent way
  • Analyze the social, legal, and economic aspects of a problem/ situation in order to devise an appropriate strategy for problem solving
  • Develop skills to identify and coordinate ethical organizational behavior within the healthcare system

Advantages of Casa Loma College AHLM Degree

  • 100% fully online
  • We will transfer in your allied health discipline associate’s degree – giving you a head start towards your bachelor’s degree.
  • Faculty who are current professionals in the healthcare field, providing you real-world expertise

 

Interested in learning more before applying?  Contact us by calling 800-270-5052, or email  nicholas.walsh-davis@casalomacollege.edu, Director of Admissions.

Stephanie Shelburne, PhD, NhD
Director of AHLM

Kari Allen-Hammer, PhD
Faculty AHLM

Laura Tadd, PhD
Faculty AHLM

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