Otterbein’s Master of Science in Allied Health is expanding to a national audience through its collaboration with Antioch University and the Coalition for the Common Good.

Starting in the fall of 2024, Otterbein’s Master of Science in Allied Health will be available through Antioch University, Otterbein’s co-founding partner in the Coalition for the Common Good (CCG). The CCG is a bold, new national system of universities committed to meeting the needs of working professionals and adult learners.

With this change, you can expect the same exceptional curriculum, training, and preparation; the same individualized attention from faculty members who are as inspiring as teachers as they are qualified as practicing professionals; and the same commitment to you in reaching your goals.

The biggest changes? More flexibility in course modality to help you balance work, school, and life.

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The CCG and Antioch University’s MSAH program is a smart blend of exceptional curriculum, added flexibility, and a commitment to addressing the needs of healthcare and the goals of healthcare professionals.

Antioch University’s MSAH program leverages Otterbein University’s proven track record of academic excellence, leadership, and success in its health and wellness graduate programs and Antioch University’s expertise in offering graduate programs that foster social justice.

The result is an education that prepares health and wellness leaders to address and solve issues of health disparity and inequity.

Get the expertise you want with concentrations in:

  • Healthcare Administration.
  • Exercise & Health Science.

A new schedule that grows your knowledge and values your time.

  • Three different start dates to begin your degree: Fall, Spring, Summer
  • No pre-requisites.
  • The MSAH requires only 30 hours.

A focus on you:

  • An online class model that puts you in charge of your schedule and learning.

  • Attention that treats you as an individual learner — we believe in understanding your goals, your dreams, and your timeline.

New Students

If you’re ready to advance your career and want to learn more about the MSAH at Antioch University, let us help you get started!

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Current Otterbein MSAH Students

This is your direct link to the resources, materials, and information you need. We want you to have a seamless transition.

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Otterbein MSAH Alumni and Friends

Explore these Cardinal links to share your expertise, celebrate news of your successes, and stay connected to your network of Otterbein faculty and classmates.

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Program Contacts

To start in fall 2024 or later, contact:

Shelby Edick
Assistant Director of Graduate Admission
Email: adams7@otterbein.edu
Phone: 614-823-1506

Current MSAH students or alumni with questions can contact:

Amy Upp
Allied Health Program Graduate Director
Email: upp1@otterbein.edu