Arizona State University will open the School for the Science of Health Care Delivery in Fall 2013 to prepare student for a wide variety of health care fields.
ASU is the only university in the country to offer a Science of Health Care Delivery master’s program for recent college graduates. The U.S. Department of Labor statistics projects that 3.2 million health care positions will be created in the next five years.
Teaming up with Mayo Clinic’s Mayo Medical School, the masters program will prepare students for careers in health policy, health care system developers and health education and reform while they concurrently earn their medical degree.
The degree program is nine months long, with many disciplines available to students.