Health Care Innovation, MHCI
The University of Pennsylvania's Master of Health Care Innovation is an online degree program that aims to develop current and future leaders in health care innovation through top-tier, engaging education. The interdisciplinary curriculum is taught by Penn faculty experts in the fields of health policy, operations management, behavioral economics, and innovation methodology. Students in this degree are mid-career health professionals who learn how to improve health care delivery.
|HCIN 600||The American Health Care System||1|
|HCIN 601||Health Care Operations||1|
|HCIN 602||Behavioral Economics and Decision Making||1|
|HCIN 603||Evaluating Health Policy and Programs||1|
|HCIN 604||Health Economics||1|
|HCIN 605||Applying Behavioral Economics||0.5|
|HCIN 606||Applying Operations Mgmt||0.5|
|HCIN 607||Translating Ideas into Outcomes||1|
|HCIN 617||Leading Change in Health Care||1|
|HCIN 618||Building a Case for Transformation||0.5|
|HCIN 619||Pitching Innovation|
|Select four HCIN electives 1||2|
|Total Course Units||10.5|
Each HCIN Elective is 0.5 course units, so students should plan to take 4 elective courses total.
Health Care Innovation Seminar Attendance
|Health Care Innovation Seminar I|
|Health Care Innovation Seminar II|
The degree and major requirements displayed are intended as a guide for students entering in the Fall of 2020 and later. Students should consult with their academic program regarding final certifications and requirements for graduation.