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Catholic Healthcare Ethics

According to the Catholic Health Association of the United States, one in six patients is cared for in a Catholic hospital each day. There is a growing need for ethicists who are properly trained to bring forth Catholic morals and theology principles into healthcare organizations.

Be prepared to with in-depth knowledge and experience in bioethics, organizational ethics and moral theology with three program options to suit your goals and schedule:

MA in Healthcare Ethics

This 30-credit program can be completed in one year.

Ph.D. in Healthcare Ethics

A research degree that combines academic and clinical education. The Ph.D. dissertation focuses on appropriate research and writing competencies to help students become successful scholars.

Doctor of Healthcare Ethics

A professional degree that prepares students to be clinically oriented professionals in the field. The DHCE project is a practical endeavor that focuses upon the appropriate clinical and writing competencies to be successful professionals in the field.

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About Healthcare Ethics
Questions? Contact Glory Smith, Academic Advisor, 412.396.4504 or chce@duq.edu.