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Academics & Curriculum
You can expect to spend 10-20 hours per week on coursework. This can include required reading, taking part in online discussions and participating in exercises and projects, both as part of a team and individually.
The program starts in early fall with a one week, on-campus immersion session. You will attend nine Saturday sessions throughout the program. On-Campus sessions will take place on the Univeristy of St. Thomas's Minneapolis campus from 8am-5pm.
Applicants to the MS in Health Care Innovation program are not required to take the GMAT or the GRE. However, if you have taken either of these tests within the past five years, you may include your scores with your application.
Students will be required to complete MBA Math prior to the start of the program in replacement of these exams.
Admission to the MS in Health Care Innovation is an individualized process. We determine whether there is a good fit in terms of the applicant's potential to apply the curriculum to meet her or his professional goals and the applicant's perceived ability to contribute to the collaborative learning environment of the cohort.
Early applications are encouraged.
An admissions adviser will review your file and present it to the Admissions Committee. Once a decision is made, typically within two to three weeks of your final application, we will contact you.
Priority deadline: May 1
With our rolling admissions process, applications are welcomed earlier than the priority deadline of May 1, and are reviewed once the file is complete. Applications submitted after the priority deadline will still be reviewed for admittance.
No. This is a cohort program and all coursework is completed as a part of the program.
Yes, transcripts are required from every institution at which you completed coursework for academic credit. The only exceptions are for advanced placement, PSEO coursework (college classes taken during high school) and study abroad transfer classes.