This program is designed for those who work full time and want to enhance their knowledge and grow their career. This degree will offer future healthcare leaders the opportunity to earn the Master in Population & Health Systems Management degree along with four industry-recognized healthcare finance certificates offered through the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). The program is completed in 5 semesters through an online format that allows the students flexibility to study during the time convenient for them. Once per week evening zoom lessons are conducted and recorded (attendance recommended).
Program Mission: To deliver a quality, practicality-based, education program that builds transformation leaders who view healthcare through the lens of the patient journey. The program will deliver content that bridges the gaps between the clinical, operational, and financial fields and optimizes best health outcomes while overcoming constraints and mitigating risk to find real solutions to current and future community wellness needs.
Creating a community of healthcare leaders to network with fellow students, alumni, faculty, and guest speakers. Engage students in multidisciplinary courses that teach current industry concepts, challenges, and topics that can be applied immediately at the workplace.
The MPHSM program is challenging, and admission is selective. Our admissions team works hard to develop a class of highly qualified individuals with diverse backgrounds. All participants contribute as well as gain from the educational experience.
Admittance to the program is based upon work history, colleague recommendation, the intent of program completion, and interview-based fit for the program. The GMAT is not required.
Applicants are admitted on an ongoing basis when until the maximum cohort size of 30 has been reached.
Tuition and Aid:
We are pleased to announce our priority is creating soundly trained healthcare leaders, at a price point set to encourage application. By making the program affordable, we hope to magnify the program vision to create a sustainable interactive learning community dedicated to building healthcare innovators trained in synthetic thought, and transform the current healthcare system to better the health of the communities and patients that we serve.
There is a $790 per credit cost that covers tuition and fees. The degree is completed in 30 credits for a total tuition and fee cost of $23,700. Books are additional. Upon acceptance into the program, a non-refundable deposit is required to hold a place in class. The deposit will be deducted from the first year’s fee.
The MPHSM qualifies for various student loan programs. Please see the Boise State University Financial Aid site for more information on applying for financial aid. Boise State Financial Aid. Employer Assistance Programs may also be available for students. Please let us know if we can help with this.