Online Learning

Advance your career on your schedule.

You can balance career advancement with the rest of your life by studying online, on your schedule. This is a world-class healthcare education. No shortcuts. You will be trained by the same faculty who instruct our on-campus students, and you will earn the same sought-after degrees that you would if you were here in person.

How Does Online Learning Work?

Programs generally take between one and three years to complete, with students typically enrolling in two courses each semester. Assignments are completed through the Blackboard learning management system, where students can view lectures, complete assignments, post to a discussion board, and engage with classmates. Cohort and class sizes are small, and students generally are working professionals who learn as much from others as they do from their faculty.
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Career advancement made simple.

Students in MCPHS online programs are afforded a flexible learning experience offering real-world applicability and educational, professional, and academic support systems.

Kimyen Nguyen

Meet Online Alumna Kimyen Nguyen

After earning her bachelor’s degree in dental hygiene, Kimyen went on to earn her Master of Science in Dental Hygiene online from MCPHS.

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Top Tips for Online Learning

From maintaining a schedule that works for you to creating a comfortable work space, here are our tips for making the most of your online learning experience.

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Self-paced Prerequisite Options

Interested in an MCPHS degree but need to fulfill prerequisite requirements? MCPHS can help you get it done with fully accredited, self-paced prerequisite courses. No application is required—simply register at any time and get started.

"While in the Doctor of Health Sciences program, I found that the flexibility of the online program afforded me the opportunity to start my own consulting business while the startup gets funding. I'm excited at the new prospects both companies will bring."

Loucinda Bistany | CEO and Entrepreneur

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