The Master of Healthcare Quality and Safety program is designed for clinicians and clinical administrators who aspire to leadership positions in health care quality improvement, risk management and patient safety.
Applicants should hold an advanced degree, such as an MD, PhD, BSN or MBBS. Typical applicants have at least three years of clinical experience.
Ideal candidates include:
Allied health care professionals
Applications will be reviewed and considered based on a combination of both experience and education. Students accepted into the program must demonstrate, through training and clinical experience in health care quality and safety, the potential to learn in a challenging educational environment.
Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be well-positioned to pursue leadership roles including Director of Patient Safety, Assistant or Associate Quality Officer, and Director of Patient Relations and Risk.
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