Master of Science in Health Care Supervision and Management
The Health Care Supervision and Management (HSM) concentration provides health professionals an opportunity to advance their careers. Qualified students with interests in administration and supervisory management in health care, long-term care and rehabilitation should apply.
Pitt's HSM program equips students with the graduate-level knowledge and skills necessary to be competent in the rapidly growing field of health care supervision and management. Learn about the opportunities graduates have with this 42-credit Master of Science degree will have.
In addition to the specific application requirements, prospective students must have a baccalaureate degree and a GPA of at least 3.0.
HSM students complete coursework in management, health informatics and a wide variety of electives over the course of two years (for full-time students). There is also a research-based thesis option for students wishing to go beyond the program's core requirements.
Gain valuable real-world experience through a required internship at one of the 200+ clinical sites that are affiliated with Pitt's program.