Master of Science in Health Care Management (part-time)

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Program features

Advance your career

Empowers working professionals to hone the skills they need to advance quickly in their careers within a flexible format.

Lead the next era of health care

Equips students with the most relevant business skills to be effective and efficient leaders who will improve the quality of and access to health care.

Learn from world-class faculty

Features online courses taught by the same world-class faculty who develop the curriculum and course content, as well as features both synchronous (real-time) and asynchronous (anytime) learning activities.

Network across Johns Hopkins

Harnesses the resources, reputation, and experience of Johns Hopkins University and its top-ranked schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health.

Olu Akinrimisi’s passion to help others led him to pursue a career in health care. It’s also taken him to the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. As a student in the Master of Science in Health Care Management program, he’s learning business skills that will help him achieve his career goals while also making an impact on the community he serves.

Curriculum

As a student in the Master of Science in Health Care Management program, you'll gain the confidence and skills to make strategic decisions that improve complex health systems.

The student handbook provides access to information about services and resources for students as well as policies and procedures. 

The 2021 edition of the Carey Business School University Catalog is available.

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At A Glance

Program Details

Baltimore, MD or Online
Part Time
Online
2 years, 36 credits

Tuition & Fees

Tuition Cost
$1,525 per credit
Fees
$250
Financial Aid

There are numerous options for financing your education including scholarships, loans, and payment plans available to those who qualify. Learn more.

 

    Upcoming events

    Part-time MS Programs Information Session December 03

     

    Spring 2021 deadlines
    Round 1:
    November 1, 2020
    Round 2: December 9, 2020
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