Health Care Management

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    Spring 2014:  Fifteen new HCM graduates surround the faculty after successful capstone defenses.

  • HCM - Fall 2013 capstone presentations

    Students and faculty gather after Fall 2013 capstone presentations.

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    Convenience is a big part of educational success for adult learners. Just ask Maureen DiTore and Brad Haspel – recent graduates of CSE's M.S. in Health Care Management program. Read Their Story

Program Offerings

The M.S. in Health Care Management features an integrated curriculum in the study of health care management and leadership. The program has been designed for health care administrators, managers, nurses and other health care providers, or any health related professionals who wish to increase their knowledge and expertise in the specific application of health care management and leadership.


  • Master of Science in Health Care Management

    1. Provides preparation for success in the ever-changing health care environment
    2. Capstone Experience integrates health care management skills and competencies
    3. Applicants who have not previously studied health care management are welcome
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The program utilizes the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) Competency Model as the framework for learning and assessment methods and program outcomes. The 26 NCHL competencies comprise the program's outcomes and are grouped in the three domains of transformation, execution, and people.

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Graduates of the program will find diverse job opportunities with a variety of health areas, including health insurance companies, managed care organizations, medical group practices, hospitals, and the pharmaceutical industry. The program is coeducational and provides a broad-based academic preparation for succeeding in the ever-changing health care environment.

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Student Stories

Teresa Finamore

2015, Health Care Management

"This program is helping me deal with changes in the health care industry."

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Faculty Spotlight

Maria Checton

Professor Maria Checton has recently published an article entitled "Beyond Initial Disclosure: The Role of Prognosis and Symptom Uncertainty in Patterns of Disclosure in Relationships" in the peer-reviewed journal Health Communication.

Contact Information

Dr. David B. Tataw
Chair and Associate Professor, Graduate Program in Health Care Management

Phone: (973) 290-4271
Office: Henderson Hall, Floor: 2, Room 217