The Master of Healthcare Management for Sustainability program is designed to graduate students who will be successful managers and leaders of their healthcare organizations with the knowledge and skills to help assure their organization’s financial sustainability in an era of unprecedented healthcare reform and regulation.
The Master of Healthcare Management for Sustainability is a ten course program which can be completed on a part-time basis where the student goes to class for two days per month while continuing to work.
Our program is different from many others in that it is specifically designed to afford students flexibility in selecting a number of the courses they must complete to earn the degree. This allows the student to target subject areas in which they need more knowledge to complement their previous education and work experience.
Instruction is presented to cohorts of 15 students who proceed through the program together. Five instruction periods, each consisting of instruction for two days per month for four months, are needed for the students in a cohort to earn their Master of Healthcare Management for Sustainability degree, which can be scheduled to be completed in as few as 20 months or as long as 30 months.