What a PhD in Human Development did for

Dr. Chad Stevens

Position: Adjunct Professor

Dissertation Topic: Examining the Relationship Among Personal-Career Turnover, Total Trait Emotional Intelligence, Role Overload, Psychological Strain, and Rational Cognitive Coping Among NHA’s in Pennsylvania

"My graduate education at Marywood University deepened my understanding and knowledge of what it means to human, allowing me to share with students, how this understanding and knowledge relates to human development processes and applies to health administration/promotion practice. The interdisciplinary nature of my Marywood educational promotes an 'experience' in the classroom for students."

Education:
  • BA in Communication Studies with a Concentration in Applied Communication, Specialization in Biology, Bloomsburg University
  • MS in Health Service Administration with a Concentration in Long-Term Care Administration, Marywood University
  • Ph.D. in Human Development with a Concentration in Health Promotion, Marywood University

Adjunct Professor at the following schools, programs, and departments:

  • The Pennsylvania State University- Human Development & Family Studies
  • Colorado State University- Global Campus- Health Care Administration and Management
  • Baker College Center for Graduate Studies- as an adjunct and Program Champion for Bachelor's of Health Services Admin Program
  • DeSales University- MBA-Health Systems Management
  • Kaplan University- Master of Health Care Administration