Healthcare Leadership and Management Graduate Certificate

Program Director
Donald Lombardi

This 4-course graduate program presents realistic strategies in an array of critical areas for healthcare management and leadership. The courses are delivered with a hybrid method that embraces the best features of both face-to-face and on-line learning. Course content, graded assignments and class discourse are all designed to provide readily-usable systems and strategies for the everyday challenges of healthcare management and leadership.

NOTE: The required courses for this certificate are MGT609, MGT612, and MGT616,  plus MGT689 --OR-- MIS689.

Course #Course NameInstructor (s)Semester
MGT609Project Management FundamentalsAlan Maltz, Celia Desmond, David Keeney, Michele Lewski, Patricia Cataruozolo, Robert Zandoli, Robert ZottiSpring I-2015, Summer A-2015
MGT612Human Side of Project LeadershipPeter Dominick, Richard Reilly, Zvi AronsonFall-2015, Summer A-2015
MGT616Healthcare Management and LeadershipDonald LombardiTBA
MGT689Organizational Behavior and DesignErika Henik, Patricia Holahan, Robert Lazer, Zvi AronsonSpring I-2015, Summer A-2015
MIS689IT Management for the Healthcare ProfessionalCarol BrownSpring I-2015


General Information
Credits 3 Credits Per Course/12 Credits Per Certificate
Tuition per credit

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For a person like me with little background in Computer Science this course was a very good overview of different aspects of Service Oriented Architecture. The lecture podcasts were very effective in helping me understand the course content. The Assignments were very well planned to help me understand the practical implementation of different concepts."
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