The Master of Science in Healthcare Management degree prepares students to assume leadership roles within healthcare organizations.
This degree program is offered in a blended format, with some courses online and some offered on campus. Students can complete the program in as little as one calendar year, but may also work at a slower pace if preferred.
The program will be 30 credit hours / 10 courses. This will consist of five courses from Brennan’s Graduate Business Core and five specialized courses.
The structure of the degree is as follows:
Depending on course selections, students may need to satisfy pre-requisite requirements.
Students can meet these requirement in one of two ways:
- Undergraduate coursework - students receiving a grade of B or better in an equivalent undergraduate course are assumed to have met the pre-requisites.
- Brennan Foundations -Students can complete these 0 CH courses, at no cost, throughout their program. If a student has not met a course pre-requisite through undergraduate coursework, the online, self-paced foundation must be completed prior to the start of any course that requires a pre-requisite.
The Brennan Foundations are:
ECON 501 , MGMT 502 , ACCT 503 , QUAN 504 , BLAW 505 , and FIN 506 .