WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
The Master of Science in Health Care Transformation is a one-year, 30-credit-hour program that educates leaders to transform systems that enable higher-value health care by organizing around patients’ needs. Students will learn:
- How to evaluate opportunities and challenges in creating value in health care.
- How to identify solutions, measure outcomes that matter to patients, analyze and use data, and be able to align financial success with health success.
- How to apply skills in finance, accounting, negotiations, and team leadership in the health sector.
- How to lead system change to transform care delivery, improve health outcomes, and accelerate professional learning.
The program is run in a blended learning format, which consists of a combination of online and onsite learning. Students will spend a total of 4 weeks in Austin (one week each in August, January, May, and August). The online courses between the residential periods will consists of around 15-20 hours a week of school work with predictable, yet flexible, coursework.
The program is taught by faculty in both the McCombs School of Business and the Dell Medical School as well as other colleges across The University of Texas at Austin. Faculty are both academic and industry experts, and our small class sizes allow students maximum access to leaders in the field of health care.