Training Pathways / Advanced Degrees

We know that learning is a lifelong process . . . and surgical education can be too! Following formal training in medical school and residency, there are many opportunities to pursue advanced degrees in medical education. The programs below include several types of Masters degrees, and various training models (classroom, online, hybrid). Click on the link for more information about each program, including admission requirements, degree conferred, and cost.

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Cincinnati Children’s

Masters in Education

Duke University School of Medicine

Master of Health Sciences in Clinical Leadership Program

Excelsior College

Master of Science in Health Sciences (Health Professions Education)

FAIMER / Keele University

Master's in Health Professions Education: Accreditation and Assessment

Florida Gulf Coast University

Master of Science in Health Science (Health Professions Education Concentration)

Harvard

Master of Medical Sciences in Medical Education

Hofstra University

Master of Science in Health Science (Health Professions Education Concentration)

Johns Hopkins

Master of Education in the Health Professions

Johns Hopkins University

Master of Science in Health Science (Health Professions Education Concentration)

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM)***

Master of Science in Health Science (Health Professions Education Concentration)

In addition, the ASE’s Surgical Education Research Fellowship is a one-year fellowship program designed to equip investigators with the skills and knowledge needed to plan, implement, and report research studies in the field of surgical education. SERF also creates opportunities for collaboration in research and education, and fosters interests that lead to advances in scholarship and leadership.

Surgical Education Research Fellowship (SERF)