Learn to make sound, data-driven decisions.
Launch your career with a healthcare management degree.
Skills-based curriculum prepares you for the challenges facing the industry.
Join the next MS in Healthcare Management cohort to develop skills that will set you apart.
More than 50 healthcare leaders from across the industry worked with us to identify the skills our graduates need. The MS in Healthcare Management curriculum includes experiential leadership experiences, nationally recognized certifications, and a focus on wellness.
Hybrid or Online-Only Program
No previous industry experience is required for this experience-based degree program that includes two semesters of leadership experience in the healthcare setting.
Summer 2022: Classes begin in June
- Priority Deadline: March 15, 2022
- Final Deadline: May, 1, 2022
The executive track is designed for the working professional and requires three to five years of industry experience. With the exception of a one-week, in-residence course and a two-day capstone, all work is conducted online.
Fall 2022: Classes begin in August
- Priority Deadline: July 15, 2022
- Final Deadline: August 1, 2022
Aish Thamba, MSHM’20
This program is strongly rooted in its mission, vision, and values to prepare students to become innovative and forward-thinking healthcare leaders.
Our mission: We develop transformational healthcare leaders
Our mission, vision, and values can be seen in every element of this program, and they travel with our students into the workforce.
Our vision is that the Indiana University Master of Science in Healthcare Management is an experience that respects the holistic needs of the student and potential employers, thus gaining the loyalty of our alumni and the trust of the community.
We incorporate feedback from employers and our students and take the culture of our program very seriously, cultivating a culture that encourages experimentation, mentorship, coaching, and real-life application of complex theoretical concepts.
Our values include the following:
- Respect for all people
- Continuous improvement
- Employers and our students define value
- Mutual trust and shared accountability