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ASU offers new master's in health innovation

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Beginning this fall, Arizona State University's College of Nursing will offer a master of healthcare innovation degree program.

The MHI program is designed to prepare health care leaders to meet the rapidly changing needs and challenges of the current health care system through an innovative and multidisciplinary approach. The program is offered in collaboration with the School of Health Management and Policy in the W. P. Carey School of Business and the Hugh Downs School of Human Communications.

College of Nursing Dean Bernadette Melnyk told the Business Journal that the program is unique in its focus on health care innovation.

The program will make courses available anywhere in the United States via a "hybrid online format," which combines short periods of intensive face-to-face contact with online instruction.


For more Information:

"ASU launches master's in health innovation," Business Journal, 06/29/2006