Master of Science in Clinical Management (MS)

School of Healthcare Business and Technology

Location: Online
Start Term: Fall, Spring
Format: Part-Time

Become a leader at the epicenter of the evolving healthcare space.

Meet the Complex Challenges of Today’s Value-Based Healthcare Environments

In this part-time, 12-course online program—typically completed in 24 months—you will examine modern healthcare challenges and focus on improving patient care. Your studies will encompass the relationships between healthcare policy and practice, the management and delivery of engaged care, and ethical and legal aspects of healthcare management. You also will gain actionable insights into the economic and financial aspects of health administration as well as strategic planning for healthcare businesses. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to successfully lead and manage clinically focused healthcare organizations.

Your 24-Month Journey

Continue working as you learn from the profession’s top educators and practitioners and boost your career opportunities by building skills for the workplace.

  • develop and apply practical approaches to population-level health, including patient-centered values
  • demonstrate ethical decision-making informed by data analysis, critical thinking, and evidence-based approaches
  • apply analytical skills in evaluating and disseminating solutions to challenges related to value, revenue, and health outcomes
  • demonstrate strategy in aligning and balancing the competing priorities of clinical environment stakeholders including patients, providers, and payers
  • provide leadership and guidance for the delivery of care that meets the needs of patients, providers, and communities served
  • exhibit leadership qualities and manage teams through crisis, conflict, and change

The Future of Healthcare is Interdisciplinary

Interprofessional education (IPE) is a way of life at MCPHS.
Students collaborating in lab space

Meet the Complex Challenges of Today’s Value-Based Care Arrangements

We educate clinical managers to understand healthcare policy and practice and lead teams that deliver engaged care and improve patient outcomes.

MCPHS alumni eligible for 50% tuition scholarship

If you’ve earned an MCPHS degree in any field, you’re eligible for a 50% tuition scholarship toward one of seven master’s degrees—including an MS in Clinical Management.

$101k average salary

Medical and health services manager compensation reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in 2021.

The MCPHS online-student experience

Explore the strategies and resources that enable you to access the same world-class healthcare education as our traditional students in this flexible, year-round program featuring weekly assignments and milestones.

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