Certificate
Telehealth

Total cost:

$2,625 View Tuition Details

Application due date for May 24, 2021 term: May 21

Estimated time to completion: 4 Months

Take your career further.

With just a few taps on a smartphone, patients are connecting with their health care professionals from whenever and wherever they are. The goal of this certificate program is to help you become the kind of health care manager or administrator who is prepared for wherever that technology takes you and your organization. Find out how to use telehealth to improve access for patients, increase the efficiency of healthcare delivery and work toward better outcomes for your patients.

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Nationally for most Master’s of Education graduates.*


What you can expect.

  • Take a Deep Dive Examine the different angles of telehealth: the evolving technology, the complex legal and ethical implications, and how virtual care can improve your organization’s cultural competency and diversity when working with patients.
  • Who's This Program For? With the proliferation of telehealth, this certificate is relevant for many different healthcare careers. These are just a few examples: telehealth coordinator, telehealth project manager, healthcare administrator – and any career engaged in healthcare leadership and patient care delivery. By the end of the program, students should be conversant in telehealth and telemedicine issues and should be able to design and run a telehealth program.
  • Why ACE? If your goal is to be a leader in telehealth, ACE is here to get you there. Our fully online, asynchronous format means you learn on your time, not ours, from wherever is convenient for you. While you’ll be learning online, you’re never learning alone. ACE is committed to a strong student support system that ensures our high-tech platform still means we’re high touch.

The Certificate in Telehealth is not available in Florida and Georgia.


A few of the classes you'll take.

  • THLTH5003 Trends in Telehealth Delivery 3 semester credits
  • THLTH5013 Telehealth Leadership and Management 3 semester credits
  • THLTH5023 Legal and Ethical Issues in Telehealth 3 semester credits
Byron Barton, Ph.D.

Department Chair

Byron Barton, Ph.D.
Administrative Faculty and Chair,
Department of Healthcare
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Quality Without Question

We are, and have always been, accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. This accreditation guarantees that our programs meet certain levels of quality standards.   

A Note About Licensure:

While this certificate provides a comprehensive understanding of the intended certificate outcomes, it does not lead to licensure, certification, or endorsement. ACE offers several programs that do provide a pathway to licensure, certification, or endorsement and they can be found here.

Tuition

Certificate in Telehealth

Total Tuition

9 semester credits
x $235 per credit

$2,115

Fees

$50 Application Fee

$360 Technology & Library Fee
($40 per credit)

$100 Program Conferral Fee

$510

Total Program Cost*

$2,625

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*This is an estimated value of the cost for tuition and fees. Amounts may vary depending on number of transfer credits applied to the selected program hours or program pathway credit hours, the pace and satisfactory completion of the selected program or program pathway credit hours, receipt of, or eligibility for, institutional or non-institutional scholarship and/or grant amounts, and adjustments to tuition or fees as described in the Catalog Right to Modify Tuition section.

State of California Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF)

It is a state of California requirement that a student who pays his or her tuition is required to pay a state-imposed assessment for the Student Tuition Recovery Fund. For more information and to see if you must pay the state-imposed assessment for Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) click here.

Admission Requirements

Certificate in Telehealth

ACE General Admission Requirements

  • Complete and submit all application components including the admission application, including the enrollment agreement, and payment agreement.
  • Submit the nonrefundable application fee.*
  • Provide official transcripts from a regionally accredited institution indicating successful completion of the level of education required for entry to the program.**

*The application fee is valid for one year from date of submission.
**Additional evidence may be required to fulfill state requirements, including but not limited to verification of professional experience, test scores, or an interview.

Program Admission Requirements

Certificate in Telehealth

  • Bachelor's or Highest Post- Baccalaureate degree earned 
  • Minimum grade point average cumulative 2.50 on a 4.0 scale for full admission
  • Number of courses per certificate restricted​


International Transcript Requirements

All applicants must submit to the Admissions Office official, sealed college transcripts from each institution attended.

  • Transcripts that are international and/or not in English must be evaluated through an NACES-recommended agency.
  • Texas applicants may only submit evaluations from agencies approved by the Texas Education Agency.
  • International applicants must request the course-by-course evaluation. The evaluation report must show that the non-U.S. education is equivalent to the education/accreditation level required for the program.

English as a Second Language Applicants

All applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate competence in the English language as demonstrated in one of three ways:

  1. Submission of an official transcript showing a degree from a United States secondary school or regionally accredited college/university.

  2. Submission of an official minimum score on the paper or internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exams.
    • The minimum TOEFL score required for the internet-based version is 80, and the paper-based version requires a minimum TOEFL score of 20 for each of the three skills: Reading, Listening, and, Writing.

    • The minimum IELTS score required is 6.5. Note: IELTS is not acceptable for Texas programs leading to certification.

    • The testing agency must send test scores directly to American College of Education.
  3. Applicants to the Texas Educational Leadership program whose first language is not English must submit a minimum scaled score of 24 for speaking, 22 for listening, 22 for reading, and 21 for writing from the Internet-Based TOEFL (IBT) or evidence of an undergraduate or graduate degree earned at an institution of higher education in a country outside of the United States listed in Figure: 19 TAC §230.11(b)(5)(C).