Madison School of Healthcare's Mission
We create educational experiences that students deserve. We are committed to providing students high-quality opportunities that are flexible, convenient, affordable, and prepare them for successful, in-demand careers in healthcare.
Student Learning Outcomes
By incorporating the following learning and career outcomes into its programs, Madison School of Healthcare ensures that graduates are prepared to succeed in a variety of professional, civic, and personal settings.
Graduates will demonstrate competence in written communication skills that lead to the clear and purposeful expression of ideas, information, and logical reasoning.
Graduates will demonstrate critical thinking skills to analyze problems, search for evidence to support conclusions, reflectively process information, and formulate solutions.
Job-Specific and Technical Skills
Graduates will demonstrate competence in program-specific technical skills and an understanding of the common body of knowledge associated with a specific program.
Professional and Life Skills
Graduates will demonstrate competent professional and life skills that include responsibility, self-motivation, and will make progress toward becoming engaged and self-reliant learners.
Qualifications for Advancement
Graduates will have the skills and credentials to apply for jobs, change careers, advance in their current workplace, or pursue advanced education.