Master of Science in Healthcare Management (MSHM)

Dedicate your career to improving healthcare management practices

Our Master of Science in Healthcare Management (MSHM) is an accelerated one-year, 36 credit-hour degree program that will prepare you for a career dedicated to transforming healthcare management with applicable solutions for the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. This degree is offered in collaboration with the highly ranked Kelley School of Business

You will gain expertise and hands-on training, ready to address the national demand for healthcare managers which is projected to increase by 20 percent between 2016 and 2026.

Complete your MSHM in one academic year, and fast-forward your career in healthcare management

You’ll start the summer with a six credit-hour jumpstart course in the Kelley School of Business, which will help you to set a solid foundation for your graduate coursework. Your remaining two semesters will consist of 12-15 credits, including a five day, three-credit intensive course in the spring set in Washington, D.C., leading up to graduation in May.

Gain core competencies

The core curriculum of your MSHM program emphasizes management and real-world experiences that promote applications of healthcare management. Your intensive six-credit, basic skills courses will be completed before the fall semester.

Get real-world experience while earning your degree

You’ll gain professionally relevant experience in the spring semester with a five day, three-credit intensive course that takes place in Washington, D.C.

In your ultimate Capstone course, you’ll work with an O’Neill faculty member on a complex problem, for a real-world client. Past Capstones have worked with Health Disparities, the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis, and Timmy Global Health.

You’ll graduate ready to meet the growing demand for healthcare managers, management consultants, healthcare law specialists, pharmaceutical and medical device managers and other positions poised to lead the healthcare industry.

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