Health Services Management Specialization
Our mission is to prepare individuals for leadership roles in healthcare organizations. Our graduates apply their knowledge and skills to make evidence-based decisions that create high-quality, cost-effective healthcare organizations, and that promote health equity and population health. We seek to recruit students who are diverse and who are early-career working professionals. Though most of our students are from the Northeast, we aim for representation from across the U.S. Drawing on a faculty of prominent scholars and practitioners, we deliver a curriculum that emphasizes core competencies and integrates academic coursework and practical experience. Our location in New York City enables students to gain valuable work experience while enrolled in our Program. Program graduates advance or launch their careers in a variety of organizations in the healthcare field.
Topics include design and control in health organizations, management of service operations, personnel and human resources management, information systems, marketing, and strategic planning.
Below is an overview of the required coursework. For detailed information, view the program checksheet
DEGREE CORE COURSES
Students may wish to select their electives from the recommended list below: