Dartmouth Tuck Launches Health Care Delivery Science Masters
Part-time program blends online learning and four on-campus residencies
The new, 18-month Master's program is not an MBA, but according to the university, it will "will combine a strategic mindset and a scientific approach to current and future health care delivery challenges."
The part-time program will be delivered through four on-campus residencies and distance learning. It is designed for "will be "individuals or teams of health care executives and/or clinicians" and those working in related fields.
For more information, please visit the program website.
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