Issues concerning the ethical, legal and social implications of advances in medical technology and clinical medicine are on the rise. From advances in transplantation to new health care legislation that provides access to care to underserved and vulnerable populations, professionals with advanced training in ethical decision making are needed to address the moral challenges of today and the evolving challenges of tomorrow.
The program curriculum incorporates the University’s core Catholic and Jesuit values of conscience, compassion, and concern for poor and marginalized groups and individuals throughout each course offered.
Study at a World Renowned Center for Ethical Thought
Housed within Creighton University’s Center for Health Policy and Ethics, one of the largest centers of its kind globally, the online Master’s and Graduate Certificate in Health Care Ethics provide access to a faculty of internationally recognized scholars, philosophers, and authors; all of whom hold the highest degree in their field.
The Health Care Ethics program admits highly accomplished practitioners from across the globe looking to expand their area of competency to include medical ethics and to enhance their ability to make informed decisions in complex situations. Students come from all over the country with diverse backgrounds bringing unique perspectives and networking opportunities for those within the program.
Why Creighton’s graduate programs in Health Care Ethics?
- Ranked: Ranked the #1 Midwest Regional University by U.S. News & World Report for 10 consecutive years
- Accelerated: Earn your Master’s in as little as 18 months or choose the shorter graduate certificate option and complete in less than one year
- Applicable: Discern ethical ambiguities, controversies and assumptions facing practitioners in today’s complex healthcare landscape
Influence ethical outcomes with Creighton University's online graduate programs in Health Care Ethics: call 866.717.6365 to speak to an Admissions Representative or request more information today.