Master of Science in Healthcare Quality in Patient Safety
The Graduate Programs in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety focus on developing leadership to advance students’ professional careers. The program teaches the theoretical and practical skills necessary for improving healthcare delivery systems, outcomes and the policy landscape of our healthcare system. Available programs include a master of science, an MD/MS dual-degree and certificate option.
The programs are designed for working clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals who want to focus their career development on improving our healthcare system, particularly in regard to quality and safety. The program culminates in a Capstone practicum where students lead, design and implement a healthcare quality or patient safety intervention in a real-world healthcare setting.
Program Length: 2 years, part-time; dual-degree option
Program Size: 18-25 students per year
Eligibility and Program Requirements
For information on requirements and eligibility, please visit the program website's Admissions page. The program is currently accepting applications.