Achieve a Master's Degree In Leadership
A Rewarding Career in the Healthcare Industry is Within Reach
Now accepting applications for Fall 2021. Deadline: June 2, 2021
Key Features of the Master's Degree Program
Students are able to network with both their peers and the alumni of the program, allowing for a greater understanding of the healthcare landscape and access to new career opportunities.
A Master's Degree Program Designed with You in Mind
The MAS in The Leadership of Healthcare Organizations focuses on building leadership and management skills for healthcare professionals with an emphasis on clinical process improvement. The program is designed to equip graduates with the advanced knowledge and skills that are essential for managing the escalating challenges in today’s competitive healthcare environment.
An Opportunity Awaits You in the Healthcare Industry
This program was created to develop leaders who could address complex business, management, and policy issues in the healthcare industry. Students learn these skills by networking with other healthcare professionals, studying extensively in the classroom, and by completing a Capstone Project. Watch the video to learn more!
"I was looking for something more than just a MBA. I was seeking a degree program where I would have the opportunity to enhance my existing leadership skills and experience, and gain new insight and talent to expand my career options in a growth industry. I enjoyed the broad range of backgrounds of the high-caliber faculty, the diverse perspectives and background of my classmates, and the interesting and topical content of the courses."-- Kelly Lindstrom Ragins, Vice President, inVentiv Health Clinical
"I would encourage someone to pursue and consider this program to ensure he/she has the edge towards the latest healthcare information, knowledge, and leadership in the industry. The program focuses on building leadership and managerial skills equipping graduate students with advanced knowledge and skills essential for managing the growing challenges in today’s competitive healthcare setting."-- Ferdinand Cosico, Administrative Officer of the Mental Health Service (MHS) in VA Loma Linda Healthcare System (VALL HCS)
"I recognized early in my management career that a Master’s degree would be critical as I pursued increased responsibilities and scope as a healthcare administrator. This program had the curriculum that was the most applicable to my career goals. UC San Diego’s strong academic credentials, and the flexibility in the course offerings made my decision to choose this program obvious."-- Tracy Chu, VP, Chief Operations Executive, Scripps Health