MS in Health Care Management(Full-Time)
By tackling the most complex health care issues, the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School's Master of Science in Health Care Management program develops leaders whose strategic decisions improve the state of today's health systems.
Leveraging Johns Hopkins' internationally recognized expertise in health and medicine, the MS in Health Care Management will expand your skill set—and your perspective. You'll gain the confidence and the knowledge to make informed decisions about all aspects of health care management, including:
• Delivery of high–quality health care
• Industry consolidation
• Escalating costs
• Disproportionate access
• Health information technology
• Conflicts of interest
• Misaligned incentives
• Ever–increasing regulation
Currently, the MS in Health Care Management is offered in a part–time format. Take classes in the evenings and Saturdays in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. It's an ideal program for working professionals with at least two years of experience. This program will also be available in a full–time format, beginning in fall 2014.
The Johns Hopkins University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
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