The Healthcare Administration and Interprofessional Leadership master's program (MS HAIL) is an innovative graduate program providing healthcare administrators with opportunities to learn from expert faculty and leaders in healthcare, collaborate with interprofessional peers, contribute to their healthcare organization’s mission, and develop a network of colleagues committed to making healthcare accessible, affordable, and sustainable.
Features of the MS-HAIL program include:
- Enroll in Fall or Spring
- Graduate in only 12 months
- Learn and interact online with experts and colleagues
- Attend three on-campus sessions
- Implement a test of change at your workplace
Graduates from the program — one of UCSF's first online education programs — will gain new knowledge and competencies needed to reshape the future of healthcare. Students will study with UCSF’s highly esteemed, interprofessional faculty and healthcare leaders, and will become proficient in health systems research, healthcare policy and economics, leadership and organizational change, effective business practices and management of social and human capital.
For more information about this program, please visit the program website at healthleadership.ucsf.edu.
Applications are accepted in late summer (July) and winter (January).
The Healthcare Administration and Interprofessional Leadership program is
offered by the UCSF Graduate Division
administered by the UCSF School of Nursing
delivered by faculty members in the UCSF schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy