Education in Health Sciences
The Master's Program focuses on the theoretical and practical skills necessary for improving healthcare delivery systems as well as changing the policy landscape of our healthcare system. It is designed for clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals who want to focus their career development on improving healthcare delivery systems, particularly in regard to quality and safety. This is a two-year, part-time, classroom-based program that does not require Chicago residence; students attend a series of classroom-based intensive sessions at our Chicago & Evanston Campus and complete the project remotely.
Healthcare Quality Content and Measures, Changing Systems of Care Delivery, Healthcare Disparities, Accountability and Public Policy, Safety Intervention and Practices, Health Information Technology, Simulation and the Science of Teamwork, Human Factors, and Risk Assessment Methods