About Our Program
The Master of Science in Allied Health degree will allow students to advance in their professional careers by providing them with advanced skills to conduct research, teach, implement and evaluate programs, or move into management, leadership or administrative positions. Students will graduate with exceptional leadership skills they can utilize in their jobs.
The purpose of the Oregon Tech Master of Science in Allied Health (MSAH) degree program is to prepare allied health professionals for positions in management, education and administration in their respective healthcare disciplines.
1. To prepare allied health practitioners to analyze, interpret, communicate and respond to the major factors influencing health, healthcare policy and healthcare leadership.
2. To prepare allied health practitioners with administration/management skills including financial skills, accountability, collaboration, building relationships, organizational development, self-confidence and leadership skills.
3. To prepare allied health practitioners to function as educators and/or leaders in academic, clinical, or community healthcare settings.
4. To prepare allied health practitioners to be critical and innovative thinkers able to analyze concepts, principles, research, clinical findings, technologies, outcomes and apply them to professional practice including strategic orientation.