The Master of Advanced Studies in the Leadership of Healthcare Organizations was designed to build leadership and management skills for healthcare professionals. The curriculum integrated a focus on critical healthcare issues with foundational knowledge in topics such as finance, law, technology, and leadership including inspiring team performance and implementing organizational change. Through a highly interactive, seminar-style classroom environment with peers and faculty, participants directly apply recently learned business knowledge and insights to current healthcare situations and challenges.
The degree consists of 42 quarter units of study. Coursework is completed in 1 academic year (4 quarters). Classes are held in the evening to allow flexibility for students with busy lives. A 2-unit class is normally taught one night a week from 5:30 pm – 7:15 pm. A 4-unit class is normally taught one night a week from 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm.