University of Bridgeport Health Sciences Division Implements eCurriculum for Higher Education

Lawrence, Ks. – University of Bridgeport Health Sciences division will implement newly released eCurriculum for Higher Education for health science programs. Already an industry leader in curriculum and content management with an immense amount of experience in higher education, AllofE revolutionized their existing curriculum management system for health science accredited programs. 

Five select programs from Bridgeport – Doctor of Chiropractic, Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, M.S. in Human Nutrition, M.S. in Physicican Assistant, and M.S. in Dental Hygiene – will be the first to implement the curriculum management system geared towards aiding in the management of course curriculum and mapping of curriculum to individual program standards, skills, and competencies. 

eCurriculum provides a solution in making each program’s state-of-the-art curriculum standardized and easily accessible to students and instructors, while maintaining alignment to requirements for accreditation standards. The system provides administrators with a tool to ensure the standards and competencies of each program are addressed. It provides programs with a platform to simplify, standardize, and centralize curriculum management processes.

About the University of Bridgeport
Founded in 1927, the University of Bridgeport’s purpose was to develop students “a point of view and a habit of mind that promotes clear thinking and sound judgment in later professional and business experience.” They maintain that mission today with academic programs offered through its twelve schools, colleges, and institutions. With a career-oriented focus in their academic programs and state-of-the-art core curriculum, the University of Bridgeport helps students secure competencies for lifelong knowledge in a culturally diverse supportive learning environment.

About AllofE
AllofE Solutions develops enterprise-level software solutions for K-12 school districts, higher education institutions and the corporate sector. Their systems are used by Fortune 500 companies, K-12 school districts, universities, and large government organizations. A major part of their work revolves around R&D regarding the latest trends in web technology and working with educators to implement extensive features and functionality coupled with the most user-friendliness for the end-user.

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