Graduate Program
in Healthcare Management

Healthcare Management
Graduate Program

Launched in fall 2021, this Master’s program is designed to provide healthcare professionals and those interested in managing healthcare services, with business, management, and leadership skills.

The program is designed to accommodate busy, working professionals and is delivered as a hybrid design degree. The required 36 credit hours can be completed on an accelerated timeline in as short as three semesters, or 18 months. Each course is completed over 8-weeks, with two 8-weeks blocks offered each semester.

With an emphasis on applied and practical skills, the program includes collaborative teaching with industry practitioners, practice-based skills, and experiential learning opportunities. Graduates of the program have the opportunity to move into careers that include healthcare administration, healthcare management and training, healthcare marketing, healthcare finance and economics, health law, and health IT.

DEPARTMENT CHAIR Dr. Duncan Pelly

Chair's Welcome Statement

this Master’s program is designed to provide healthcare professionals and those interested in managing healthcare services, with business, management, and leadership skills. The program is designed to accommodate busy, working professionals and is delivered as a hybrid design degree. With an emphasis on applied and practical skills, the program includes collaborative teaching with industry practitioners, practice-based skills, and experiential learning opportunities. Graduates of the program have the opportunity to move into careers that include healthcare administration, healthcare management and training, healthcare marketing, healthcare finance and economics, health law, and health IT.

Academic Disciplines

Our academic disciplines allow you to specialize your focus to one area of interest. They are a part of your transition into higher education which involves being aware that each discipline is a distinct discourse community with specific vocabularies, styles, and modes of communication.