Master of Science in Health Science in the Field of Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management

The master of science in health science in the field of clinical operations and healthcare management program adopts novel approach to the development of clinical leaders that are prepared to drive the shift from historical fee-for-service to value-based and patient-centered care. The curriculum prepares the clinical leader to embrace the "quadruple aim" of improving patient care, improving the health of populations, lowering costs, and improving provider well-being.

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Course Requirements:
CML 6202Human Resource Development
CML 6275Leadership and Change in Clinical Management
COHM 6210Strategic Communications
COHM 6215Population Health for Health Care Innovators
COHM 6220Finance for Health Care Operations
COHM 6320Informatics for Operational Leadership and Health Care Quality
COHM 6430Health Care Systems Operations
COHM 6465Practicum in Clinical Operations
COHM 6470Applications in Clinical Operations and Health Care Management
HSCI 6223Topics in Health Care Leadership
HSCI 6241The Health Care Enterprise
Elective
One 3-credit elective course selected with the advisor's approval.
HSCI 6263Biostatistics Translational Research
HSCI 6264Epidemiology Translational Research
An alternate elective may be approved by the program director.