Prepare for the future of healthcare with Salve’s graduate healthcare administration programs
A graduate informational session for Salve Regina’s healthcare administration programs – the M.S. in healthcare administration and the M.S. in healthcare administration with a concentration in cybersecurity, as well as the new graduate certificate in healthcare leadership – will be held on Thursday, August 13, at 4 p.m. on WebEx.
Healthcare has been on everyone’s minds in recent days, and the healthcare industry is experiencing an increased demand for innovative and dynamic professionals to lead through the current pandemic crisis and beyond. Salve Regina’s master’s degree program in healthcare administration develops these leaders.
Classes are taught by respected professionals who blend theoretical foundations with first-hand knowledge from their areas of healthcare management expertise. The concentration in cybersecurity adds the critical understanding of cybersecurity risk management, laws and regulations applicable to electronic health records and techniques to build enterprise-wide cybersecurity awareness and policies in this rapidly changing environment.
Salve Regina’s new graduate certificate in healthcare leadership consists of four targeted courses that develop leadership skills and provide an immediately applicable framework for managing teams and achieving consistent results — even if a master’s degree is not an option.
Join Save Regina for an introduction to the master’s programs and the new certificate. There will be a Q&A with faculty, which will be presented by David DeJesus Jr., graduate program director for healthcare administration, and Matthew McMahon, adjunct faculty of cybersecurity.
For more information, contact the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401 341 2338. Register for the WebEx meeting here.
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