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Master of Science in Healthcare Management

The Master of Science in Healthcare Management joint degree (36 credit hours) is aimed at recent college graduates who are seeking the skills and credentials that will enable them to obtain entry level positions (and then to progress quickly) in the healthcare management field. 

Summer Semester
Kelley Business Core Courses (6 credit hours):

Foundation in core business areas of finance, marketing, accounting, operations/supply chain, organization behavior, and strategy. The course will run from the first week in June to the first week in July. Unless the MSHM degree has approximately 25 entering students/year, the students will be in sections with other students (ones pursuing other degrees through Kelley); most of the projects, case studies, and examples will not come from healthcare. When the degree has approximately 25 students/year, Kelley will offer a separate section of this Core program only for MSHM students and with projects, case studies, and examples from healthcare.

SPEA Economics and Statistics Refresh (0 credits):

A two-week course that provides basic knowledge of microeconomics and statistical analysis for all students.

Note: Not all candidates admitted to the program will be required to take the refresher course.  

Fall Semester (12-15 credit hours):
SPEA-V 550 Introduction to Healthcare Delivery Systems (1.5 cr.)
SPEA-V 550 Health Economics (3 cr.)
SPEA-V 550 Healthcare Finance (3 cr.)
SPEA-V 506 Statistical Analysis for Effective Decision Making (3 cr.)
BUS-C 580 Operations Management Overview (online) (3 cr.)
Electives (see list below) (1.5 - 3 cr.)
Spring Semester (12-15 credit hours):
SPEA-V 549 Health Policy (3 cr.)
SPEA-V 600 Capstone (3 cr.)
BUS-C 522 Information Technology (online) (3 cr.)
BUS-   XXX Healthcare Analytics (3 cr.)
Electives (see list below) (1.5 - 3 cr.)
Spring Break
Kelley Washington Campus Program (3 credits):

The focus of this week-long course will be on government regulation of and engagement with the healthcare industry. The course can be tailored to meet the needs articulated by SPEA and Kelley.

Total Credit Hours: 36

            SPEA: 15-18 credit hours

            KSOB: 18-21 credit hours

The total number of credit hours per school will be dependent upon the elective choice(s) of the students.

Electives (3 credits):

Students must choose a total of three elective credit hours from the list provided below. Note that this list is not comprehensive and will continue to grow as course offerings expand.

Kelley School of Business:

BUS-E 731 Supply Chain Management - Sourcing (online) (3 cr.)
BUS-E 735 Supply Chain Management: Project Management and Process Analysis (online) (3 cr.)
BUS-G 492 Data Analysis Using Economic Modeling (3 cr.)
BUS-G 579 Business Econometrics (3 cr.)
BUS-K 507 Intro to Spreadsheet Modeling (1.5 cr.)
BUS-K 513 Data Mining (1.5 cr)
BUS-M 503 Marketing Research (1.5 cr.)
BUS-M 522 New Products Management (1.5 cr.)
BUS-M 530 Business Marketing (1.5 cr.)
BUS-M 574 Pricing Management (1.5 cr.)
BUS-P 550 Business Process Design (1.5 cr.)

 Maurer School of Law:

LAW-B 536 Health Care Law (3 cr.)

 School of Informatics and Computing:

INFO-I 507 Introduction to Health Informatics (3 cr.)
INFO-I 535 Privacy and Security of Health Information (3 cr.)

School of Public and Environmental Affairs:

SPEA-N 522 Human Resource Management in Nonprofit Organizations (3 cr.)
SPEA-N 525 Management in the Nonprofit Sector (3 cr.)
SPEA-N 557 Proposal Development and Grant Management (3 cr.)
SPEA-N 558 Fund Development for Nonprofits (3 cr.)
SPEA-P 562 Public Program Evaluation (3 cr.)
SPEA-V 550 International Healthcare Systems (3 cr.)

School of Public Health:

SPH- B 650 Public Health Policy and Politics in the U.S. (3 cr.)

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