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The online master of healthcare innovation degree at ASU offers a multidisciplinary, educational approach to prepare students for an innovative and transformative role in healthcare. Students will learn change theory, leadership, entrepreneurship, application technology, and system design programs, to create innovative and transformative solutions to current healthcare challenges.
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Submissions during regular business hours (9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., MST) will be followed immediately by an email and phone call from an ASU Enrollment Coach.
This 34-credit master’s degree program is not limited to students with a healthcare background. Students who have successfully completed the program have come from a variety of disciplines, including nursing, health sciences, and healthcare architecture, as well as engineering, business administration, and journalism.
Students will approach the study of innovation for the healthcare marketplace with a focus on advancing the system from multiple perspectives—personal competence for innovation, use of evidence in decision making, remodeling system infrastructures, financing, communication, entrepreneurship, technology, and policy making. Students will develop competence in the design, application, and testing of innovative processes and products, however, the primary focus is on preparing students to lead the process of innovation and transformation. The curriculum incorporates the latest trends in healthcare and the opportunity to network with other professionals and faculty across diverse disciplines.
For more detailed information on our Masters of Healthcare Innovation program please visit the MHI microsite.
All students are required to meet general university admission requirements.
Some programs may have additional requirements for admission.