Clinton P. and Caryl F., Class of 2019

Workforce Education Solutions
Healthcare Webinar Series

Clinton P. and Caryl F. Class of 2019
Today, aspiring and experienced healthcare professionals have many options when looking to expand their knowledge and skills for professional and personal growth. National University’s WES healthcare team hosts a series of recorded webinars where healthcare professionals can learn more about our degrees, industry, scholarships, and faculty.

National University partners with hospitals, healthcare systems, health networks, and healthcare associations to provide relevant degrees for nursing, healthcare administration, and allied health professionals. Our healthcare degrees include a wide range of bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral level programs — including BSN, MSN, and MS in Applied Behavioral Analysis.

Our mission is to provide healthcare organizations across the nation and around the globe with the opportunity to build knowledge, skills, and expertise in the workforce. The healthcare webinar series is updated frequently and covers relevant topics, such as public and behavioral health.

Click the “Register Here” button below to view details, find a time to join us, and register for one of our upcoming webinars. Our pre-recorded program info sessions provide detailed information about our healthcare programs such as length and offering of programs, specific program requirements, and the enrollment process.

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Upcoming Webinars

Leadership Today: The Future of Healthcare (Ongoing until March 2021)
The coronavirus pandemic is forcing many organizations to rethink how to lead in difficult time. Healthcare leadership is changing due to market trends and new skills are needed so leaders can thrive in this environment. Join us on a 45-minute webinar to learn more about National University’s leadership programs, as the only academic institution in the world to be Planetree Silver Certified, our healthcare programs integrate the person-centered principles into our curriculum to prepare the next generation of healthcare leaders.
Please note: time offerings vary – click the “register now” button to view available times.
Learn about the Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Analysis (Ongoing until March 2021)
Come Learn more about how to get your BCBA!
National University is excited to invite you to attend our ABA webinar series to learn more about the behavioral health field and how to obtain your BCBA certification within 18 months. Through our MS ABA program you will learn to apply behavioral principles to everyday situations with the intent of improving specific behaviors to help individuals learn new skills and reduce maladaptive behaviors that can be harmful.
Please note: time offerings vary – click the “register now” button to view available times.

Past Webinars

National University’s Master of Business Administration
Get ready to advance your career to business leadership with an MBA from National University. In this program, which can be taken 100% online, you will gain the knowledge and skills you need to successfully manage organizations in the ever-changing business environment. Through this presentation you will learn more about the different program specializations, career pathways, the admission process, and how you can complete this program in up to 14 months.
National University’s Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Analysis
The Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Analysis program prepares you to sit for the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) exam and pursue a career as a behavior analyst. The curriculum includes an eight-course sequence verified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and two additional courses that are aligned to the research and work of an applied behavioral analyst. In this presentation, we’ll cover topics including program completion, cost, and how to apply to obtain your BCBA.
National University’s Nursing Degrees
Prepare to enter the expanding field of nursing. The need for registered nurses is strong and growing, and a bachelor’s or master’s degree in nursing can help you develop the high-quality, patient-centric care to excel in the field. During this presentation, you will have an opportunity to learn more about our four- and eight-week class formats, start dates, admissions process, and clinical hours.
RN to BSN Program Info Session

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National University’s Bachelor of Science in Public Health
Learn what it takes to protect and improve the health of individuals and communities by earning a Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH). The program is designed to prepare entry-level public health professionals to begin careers in a variety of health agencies. Graduates of the program will be eligible to sit for the Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) exam through the National Commission on Health Education Credentialing Inc. During this presentation, you will learn about courses, internships, and National University’s four-week course format.
National University’s Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration
Prepare for entry-level career opportunities in healthcare administration and management and supervisory roles within the healthcare system by earning a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration (BSHA). During this presentation, you will learn about courses, internships, and National University’s four-week course format.
National University’s Master of Science in Health Informatics
The field of healthcare is rapidly growing and modernizing, creating a tremendous demand for professionals with skills and knowledge in the application of healthcare information and technology. The MSHI will prepare you for mid-level and leadership positions within healthcare, technology, and consulting organizations, and ground you in the effective use of information technologies and systems to improve the healthcare ecosystem.
National University’s Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program will provide you with a comprehensive introduction to the contemporary discipline of psychology. Upon graduation, you will be well prepared for roles in vocational counseling, criminal justice, journalism, or entry-level counseling in the context of a county-funded agency or hospital. During this presentation, you will learn more about potential career paths and our four-week course format.