The Master of Health Care Leadership is designed to prepare students for responsible positions of professional leadership in the health care environment. The purpose of the program is to develop students' knowledge base of the current health care environment as well as their decision-making skills within the functional areas of health care organizations.
Courses are 3 credit hours and are generally offered in eight-week terms one night a week on ground, online or e-synchronously.
In addition to the requirements stated under the Graduate Admissions Policy, the requirements for admission to MHCL are as follows:
One letter of recommendation
Completion of the program interview process and written approval of admission from the division after review of the admission requirements
Master of Health Care Leadership
Division of Business and Information Technology
Dr. Jim Long
Division of Business and Information Technology Foundation Course: 0-3 credit hours
The Division of Business and Information Technology will place students in an appropriate foundational course based on criteria that traditionally indicates student preparedness for graduate level business courses.
Students entering a graduate degree program in the Division of Business and Information Technology (DBIT) with a bachelor’s degree in a business-related field will be enrolled in the courses associated with the gradaute degree they seek. The DBIT Foundation course is not required.
Students entering a graduate degree program in the Division of Business and Information Technology (DBIT) without a bachelor’s degree in a business-related field will be required to take the DBIT Foundation course in order to proceed with studies in their chosen graduate business program.
All DBIT students required to take the foundation course must do so within the first 6 credit hours of their program requirements. The foundation course may not be used to satisfy any elective requirements toward a master’s degree offered by the DBIT.