OPEN HOUSE - MAY 14 (5:00pm) & July 31 (6:00pm)
Part-Time, Flexible Program Offers Full-Time Advantages
Health Care institutions make up the top five employers in New York City and New York State and now St. Francis College offers a way for you to take advantage of the numerous jobs in the industry with its new Master's Degree in Management.
From Clinic Administrator to Program Manager and everything in between, this flexible, part-time program provides a clear pathway to improve your skills as a business leader and gives you the experience to advance in your current job or make a mid-career switch. The program also provides valuable tools for Non-Profits, Small Business, and Entrepreneurs.
"Because it's part-time, our MS in Management lets you keep working while you gain new skills that you can immediately take to the office," said Marie Segares, St. Francis College Management Professor and Director of the MS Management Program. "Our goal is to move people through the courses in a fast, efficient way that gives them the best opportunity to complete their Masters and kick their career into a higher gear."
Over a two and half year period, students will take 10 courses plus a capstone where they will work in a team to solve real problems with a real non-profit organization. All student must take both online and hybrid classes which require weekly visits to campus in Brooklyn Heights. The classes run 6 to 8 weeks long with all hybrid classes held in the evening.
The curriculum includes 6 foundation courses including:
- Organization and Strategy
- Marketing for Managers
- Accounting for Managers
- Information Systems for Managers
Once the core classes are completed, students select a concentration in Health Care Management of Business Management. Health Care courses include:
- U.S. Health Care Delivery
- Health Care Finance and Reimbursement
Business courses include:
- Fundamentals of Project Management
- Organizational Development and Change Management
"What's unique about our program is that we include courses in Information Technology and Project Management," added Professor Segares. "Especially with IT, managers play an ever more important role in how information systems drive a company's mission. Being able to understand IT as well as how to manage big projects is crucial."
Learn more about the Master's Degree in Management at one of two open houses:
- Monday, May 14 at 5:00pm
- Tuesday, July 31 at 6:00pm
St. Francis College, founded in 1859 by the Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn, is located in Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. Since its founding, the College has pursued its Franciscan mission to provide an affordable, high-quality education to students from New York City's five boroughs and beyond.
St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201