Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
M.S. Health Education and Promotion
Dr. McMahon holds a Doctorate Degree in Health Education from A.T. Still University. She also holds a Master's Degree in Exercise Science and a Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology from Eastern Illinois University. She spent 18 years work in Physical Therapy Services at Salem Township Hospital. She has over 8 years of experience teaching in the online environment in the health sciences field in various disciplines including exercise physiology, health education, public health, health economics, community health, wellness, and fitness. She is a certified athletic trainer and a certified health education specialist.
HLTH 6412/8412 - Health Education and Communication Strategies
HLTH 6030/8030 - Socio-Economic Perspectives on Health
HLTH 6530 - Disease Prevention and Care Management
PUBH 6005 - Perspectives on Health
PhD, AT Still University
MS, Eastern Illinois University
Catholic Heart Work Camp, Committee Member
Annual St. Francis Church Picnic, Member
Awards / Honors
Highest Honors, AT Still University, 2010
Faculty Award - Excellence in Teaching, Ashford University, 2016
Who’s Who in Academia , News Digest Internatinal, 2017
McMahon, C. L. (2015). Financial Wellness.
Swanson, A., Davis, B., Ivy, K., McMahon, C. L., Laubacher, M. (2014). Lessons learned: Video in the online classroom. .
McMahon, C. L. (2017). Becoming a Certified Health Education Specialist: The benefits of earning the CHES or MCHES Credential. Walden University.