MSHCPM, Master of Science in Healthcare Policy and Management
The Master of Science in Information Networking (MSIN) gives students a solid foundation in information networking and introduces students to management, strategic thinking and policy, with the opportunity to study each of these areas in greater depth through coursework and projects.
A curriculum option allows students to choose a Professional Track or Research Track to develop an area of specialization. MSIN students are well positioned to pursue leadership, technical and management positions in a variety of sectors and industries.
The MSIN curriculum consists of three main components: the core courses, electives and a curriculum specialization/research seminar.
The core courses establish the necessary background and a common competence level, and the elective courses build upon the core. Students can choose from a wide variety of technical and management elective courses according to their interests and career needs.
For the curriculum option, students have unprecedented flexibility to customize the program according to their career goals, whether they want to focus on an industry or specialized area of study.
International Student Requirements:
Language Proficiency. All applicants whose native language (mother tongue) is NOT English must submit a test score from the TOEFL (100 minimum overall score on iBT, 25 in each subsection) or IELTS (minimum score of 7). The only exception is for students who have worked or studied for 5 years or more in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, the U.K., the U.S. or South Africa.