Luster Fowler, Ph.D.
Assistant Provost, Healthcare Professions,
American College of Education
Dr. Luster Fowler is an experienced and accomplished higher education and healthcare management professional with knowledge of instructional technology, institutional and programmatic accreditation, education research, adult education, and implementation management.
As an educator, Dr. Fowler engages in multiple K-12 and post-secondary initiatives and projects designated to provide substantive pathways for students to ease the transition process to post-secondary education. Examples of some of the initiatives include, but are not limited to AP course support, dual credit and dually enrolled opportunities, professor on loan, and collaborative internship and externship opportunities. Dr. Fowler is also engaged in the processes of assessment and accreditation in the higher education landscape serving as an accreditation site visitor for the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) as well as an accreditation Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
Doctorate in Education Administration (Leadership Higher Education)
Indiana State University
Master's in Business Administration
Indiana Wesleyan University
Bachelor's in Business Administration
Indiana Wesleyan University
- Nonprofit fiscal management
- Organizational development
- Healthcare management
High and Low-Fidelity Simulation
Interprofessional Education in Healthcare
Ed.D. in Public Health Education Doctor of Education
Ed.S. in Public Health Education Educational Specialist
M.Ed. in Health and Wellness Education Master of Education
The Master of Education in Health and Wellness degree will help you teach others about healthy life choices. You will learn about a wide range of health topics, and how to assess a community or an organization to determine health education priorities. Once you graduate, you will be prepared to take the Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam.
M.Ed. in Higher Education Master of Education
Designed for individuals who wish to advance their skills or career in higher education, this program focuses on the ever-changing global, economic, and technological environments that impact the field of higher education.
M.Ed. in Teacher Leadership Master of Education
This degree is designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools to help other teachers reach their full potential. You’ll learn to interpret research on leadership models, teacher evaluation, and motivation, and use it to develop professional learning opportunities that promote continuous improvement
Master of Healthcare Administration Master of Science
B.S. in Healthcare Administration Bachelor of Science
Designed for individuals with an associate's degree or some college credit, this bachelor’s degree completion program gives you a direct pathway toward earning a bachelor’s degree.* You will learn the skills necessary to work in growing field of healthcare administration.
Certificate in Higher Education Certificate
This program is designed for students wishing to learn more about the key areas of higher education. Students will learn about relevant higher education topics that will allow them to advance their knowledge and career in higher education.
Certificate in Teacher Leadership Certificate
Developed to enhance professional skills, this program provides an opportunity for teachers to learn how to support other teachers through learning how to help them reach their potential in teaching.
Micro-Credential in Community College Leadership Micro-Credential
This micro-credential centers on the unique needs of leadership in a community college setting. With the growing cost of higher education, local institutions will serve a greater role in supporting student achievement, enabling them to complete degrees for career options which may not exist today. Consideration is given to the historical development of the two-year college in light of the economic dynamics existing in the 21st century and how change is needed to build community relationships, service students, and sustain institutional growth.