The Master of Science in Healthcare Management (MSHM) program provides students with the competencies to manage healthcare organizations' operations and administration. The Master of Science in Healthcare Management (MSHM) graduates from CALUMS are expected to pursue junior to executive level managerial positions in healthcare organizations classified under the United States Department of Labor's Standard Occupational Classification codes 11-9111.
Provide students with an executive approach in overseeing the general operations of healthcare organizations.
Provide students with managerial skills and tools in effectively handling functional units in healthcare organizations.
Expand the student's knowledge in the corporate and social responsibilities involved in healthcare management.
Engage the students in progressive research work for the development of the healthcare industry.
Maintain a solid foundation among students in critical thinking and ethical principles involved in managing healthcare organizations.
Graduates of the Master of Science in Healthcare Management (MSHM) will be able to:
Develop creative and effective solutions to various Human Resources challenges faced as healthcare administrators.
Demonstrate quantitative skills necessary for strategic, tactical, and operational planning of decisions in healthcare management.
Demonstrate techniques for improving efficiency in a variety of healthcare settings and the associated trade-offs.
Apply project management skills, teamwork, and organizational structures in strategic planning.
Be educationally prepared for employment in a position of their choice and to continue their studies toward a doctoral degree, if they choose.
About the School
California University of Management and Sciences (CALUMS) is a private institution of higher education. California University of Management and Sciences is fully committed to protecting academic freed ... Read More