Executive MS in Healthcare Leadership and Management for Healthcare Professionals
The Executive Master of Science in Healthcare Leadership and Management is a 36 semester credit hours degree program designed specifically for professionals with experience in healthcare administration. The program provides healthcare professionals with insights and tools needed to emerge as healthcare leaders who can make an immediate difference and develop necessary skills to master strategic planning and executive leadership roles in organization. The program accommodates busy schedule of healthcare professionals and flexible enough to minimize their time away from work and family. The class meets two days per month on a Friday and Saturday and requires one non-credit introduction seminar and four hours of online work each week between class sessions. The program may be started at regular intervals coinciding with the beginning of the fall, spring and summer semesters. Classes may be taken in any order and most graduates complete the program in five semesters.
In addition to the Master’s in Healthcare Leadership and Management degree, the Jindal School also offers an Executive MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management degree. The Executive MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management is an advanced business degree recommended for administrators who wish to transition into an executive leadership role. It requires completion of the nine classes of the healthcare leadership and management curriculum plus an additional six online general business classes. The business classes provide an integrated overview of functional areas of management as well as analytical tools for effective executive decision making. They include:
- Quantitative Methods
- Business Economics
- Strategic Management
- Financial Management
- Operations Management
- Global Business
The Jindal School is ranked No. 4 among Best Online Graduate Business Programs, U.S. News & World Report (2016). The online general business classes may be started at any time after beginning the healthcare leadership and management curriculum.Download Program Brochure
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- Degree Plan
- Tuition and Costs
- Who Should Apply
- Why UT Dallas Jindal School
- What You Will Learn
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An opportunity to impact the national healthcare dialogue and subsequent outcomes only comes around once in a generation. You can make a difference! The Jindal School of Management provides nationally recognized leadership and a best-in-class educational experience that will allow you to shape the conversation and make a fundamental difference in your healthcare system, hospital and business. As leaders in healthcare, you will develop strategies to achieve lower costs, improve service levels and achieve better patient outcomes. To achieve these goals, new thinking and new leadership in healthcare are required.
Consider the following:
- Although the health-spending growth rate is slowing, averaging 6.5 percent, it still continues to be a disproportionately large part of the U.S. economy at nearly 20 percent of the gross domestic product.
- Consumers are seeking more affordable options.
- Healthcare providers are recognizing the importance of improving their cost structure while at the same time improving quality-care initiatives and innovation.
The Executive MS in Healthcare Leadership and Management degree, is the perfect vehicle that enables you to shape the future of healthcare. We encourage you to be part of the solution!
Please contact me for more information regarding the program or the careers in healthcare leadership and management.
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The Executive MS in Healthcare Leadership and Management is a fully accredited degree program offering 36 credit hours of instruction. The class meets two days per month on a Friday and Saturday and requires four hours of online work each week between class sessions. The program may be started at regular intervals coinciding with the beginning of the fall, spring and summer semesters. Classes may be taken in any order. Most graduates complete the program in five semesters.
|Fall 2016 – 8 Semester Credit Hours||Spring 2017 – 8 Semester Credit Hours|
|HMGT 6401 Negotiation and Conflict Management in Healthcare||HMGT 6403 Medical Cost and Performance Management|
|HMGT 6402 Financial Management of Healthcare Organizations||HMGT 6404 Quality Improvement and Patient Satisfaction|
|Summer 2017 – 4 Semester Credit Hours|
|HMGT 6405 Healthcare Information and Technology|
|Fall 2017 – 8 Semester Credit Hours||Spring 2018 – 8 Semester Credit Hours|
|HMGT 6406 Strategic Management of Healthcare||HMGT 6410 Leading in Complex Organizations|
|HMGT 6408 Competencies of Effective Leaders||HMGT 6V99 Special Topics in Healthcare (Healthcare Economics)|
The Naveen Jindal School of Management reserves the right to change any of the above courses, structure or cost of the program at any time, as needed.
Tuition and Costs
The total cost of the program is $35,100. When compared against other universities, the UT Dallas experience is the most efficient way to create value. Student aid may also be available for qualifying students.
Who Should Apply
With a limited number of slots available in each class, admission is highly competitive. To be considered for admission, successful candidates must demonstrate increasing levels of leadership and responsibility in their organizations and have a bias for action.
Additionally, candidates must:
- Have earned a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university
- Have five years of healthcare or similar industry experience
- Submit a written statement of intent and qualifications and two letters of recommendation
- Be available for an interview at the discretion of the program director.
Why UT Dallas Jindal School
What sets UT Dallas apart from other programs is our focus on the student and outcomes. Our program is not about the quantity of hours, but the quality of the hours. We understand your time is valuable, and we have designed this program to deliver on the promise of academic excellence that is part of the UT Dallas brand. We present relevant material, delivered by top-notch practitioners and excellent leaders. In fact, we weave the importance of being a leader of character and ethics into every class. The Executive MS in Healthcare Leadership and Management is an excellent option for students who are interested in expanding their healthcare knowledge and taking their career to the next level.
The UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management program is:
Total program cost is $35,100.
Provides networking opportunities
Meet and learn from your peers.
Multiple opportunities to start the program throughout the academic year; take classes in any order.
Intensive two-day classes on campus and online course; most students complete the degree in five semesters.
Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to offer AMA PRA Category 1™ credit and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.
Offers expert instruction
Classes are jointly taught by seasoned business leaders, experienced healthcare professionals, medical school faculty and a select group of experienced physician executives.
What You Will Learn
Our approach is not based on traditional educational approaches. We flip the classroom by using a case-based curriculum, online discussions and group reports that are centered on real-life healthcare, administration and leadership problems. You will learn how to solve problems not just talk about them. You will be expected to solve business and healthcare problems as seen from multiple points of view.
Our approach is industry-focused using a cohort — group-style — approach to learning. We utilize case studies, online discussions, face-to-face discussions and group work during each class session to call out key ideas and best practices. You will leave each class with action plans that you can put into practice immediately. Classes are jointly taught by seasoned business leaders, experienced healthcare professionals, medical school faculty and a select group of experienced physician executives in an interactive setting that encourages sharing and collaboration and reports.
Some of the things you will learn:
- Strategies and tactics to drive positive change in your organization
- How to work with diverse teams and understand the CNO, CMO and physician mindset
- How to integrate different care-delivery channels, such as alternative care and physician offices
- How to manage virtual healthcare delivery
- Strategies to manage cyber security and how to avoid and manage data breaches
- How to lead in an uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment
- Ethical challenges faced by healthcare professionals
- Information technology and data management
- Emerging industry trends
- How to translate vision and knowledge into action
- Effective decision making