hpe544 | Graduate

Curriculum Development In Health Professions Contexts

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This course will focus on health administration curriculum design in higher education and/or corporate settings. The learner will propose a program concept, develop its mission and vision, and create its program and course objectives. Topics also include the ADDIE model, curriculum mapping, and implementation plans.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Program Inputs and Outputs

    • Determine resources needed for an adult education program.
    • Determine appropriate activities for your audience.

    Program Implementation and Evaluation

    • Create a plan for curriculum implementation.
    • Create a plan to evaluate program effectiveness.

    Assessing the Situation

    • Analyze the ADDIE model.
    • Create a plan for conducting a needs assessment.

    Setting Program Goals, Objectives, and Outcomes

    • Develop the mission, vision, goals, and student learning outcomes for an adult education program.

    Program Design

    • Design a curriculum map for an adult education program.

    Course Design

    • Create goals, objectives, and expected outcomes for an adult education course.
    • Create an instructional plan for an adult education course.
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