There are three 14-week terms per year running from September to July. Students can begin in the fall (September) or spring (January) terms. This flexibility enables students to complete the graduate certificate in one to two years and the master's degree in two to four years depending on their pace through the program.
All courses are offered asynchronously online using best practices and interactive learning, and are taught by practitioner faculty with years of experience and recognized expertise.
12 courses + Capstone
|U.S. Healthcare Organization & Delivery||X||X|
|Essentials of Population Health||X||X|
|Introduction to Healthcare Quality & Safety||X||X|
|Health Economics, Risk & Finance||X||X|
|Health Informatics & Population Health Analytics||X||X|
|Disease Prevention & Care Management||X||X|
|Health Law & Regulatory Issues||X|
|Epidemiology & Evidence for Outcomes Research||X|
|Health Policy: Analysis & Advocacy||X|
|Organization Development & Change in Health Care||X|
|Population Health Management Applications||X|