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With a bachelor’s degree in Allied Health Leadership and Management you can be an innovator, guiding improved outcomes for everyone.


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

“Effective leadership is the cornerstone of progress, allowing us to make a difference for our patients and communities, regardless of the challenges we encounter.” Heather J. Rohan, Chair, American College of Healthcare Executives

The current events and health crises of 2020 and 2021 are offering a significant opportunity to reimagine not only our healthcare system but also the educational arenas that train our healthcare providers. Now more than ever we need leaders and educators within the system who are human-centered, innovative, supportive, and dynamic; Leaders who cultivate holistic employee and organizational wellbeing.

Casa Loma College’s Allied Health Leadership and Management Program is just the program to meet the demand. With a focus on leadership and learning, our graduates are perfectly positioned to make a difference from the classroom, the hospital room, or the boardroom.

With a bachelor’s degree in Allied Health Leadership and Management you can be an innovator, guiding improved outcomes for everyone.

The healthcare industry is one of the fastest-growing fields, and healthcare professionals with a bachelor’s degree have significant edge in the discipline. The Allied Health Leadership and Management program is a bachelor’s degree completion program for individuals who are credentialed health care professionals and who have earned an associate’s degree in allied health or a related field. The program is also for those health care professionals who have completed accredited certificate or diploma programs in allied health.

The AHLM program is five (5) semesters consisting of 60 credits. Total credits for the Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Leadership and Management is 120 credits.

Course Highlights

  • Understanding Living Systems
  • Developing a Digital Presence
  • Health Literacy and Education
  • 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.

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
  • No textbooks. We utilize current peer review articles for the latest information in health leadership.
  • Great stepping-stone to an M.B.A.

Interested in learning more before applying? Contact us by calling 800-270-5052, or email, Director of Student Affairs.

Stephanie Shelburne, PhD, NhD
Director of AHLM

Kari Allen-Hammer, PhD
Faculty AHLM

Laura Tadd, PhD
Faculty AHLM

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