The Master of Healthcare Innovation (MHI) is a 33-credit (one year) master’s degree program using a hybrid online format open to nursing and non-nursing students working and living at a distance. This program is an initiative led by the ASU College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation in collaboration with the College of Design and the Hugh Downs School of Human Communications.
MHI offers a futuristic, multidisciplinary, educational approach to the development of healthcare leaders who base decisions upon the best evidence available. Students accepted into this program will learn new processes to develop innovative, immediate solutions to existing or potential healthcare problems in both traditional and non-traditional healthcare organizations. Students will come from a variety of backgrounds including nurse managers, nurses who are poised to move into management, physicians, engineers, dentists, and architects. Students are expected to come with a current or future healthcare problem or product they will work on during the directed study segment of MHI.
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