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Master of Science in Patient Safety Leadership

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  2. Application
  3. Curriculum
  4. Tuition

Program URL: http://psl.ec.uic.edu/

Campus: Chicago

Number of Required Campus Visits: One 5-day on-site residency in Chicago, Illinois

Program Type: Master's Degree

Award Conferred: Master of Science

Total Number of Credit Hours: 36 Sem. Hr(s).

The emerging field of Patient Safety is revolutionizing healthcare in the 21st century. You can become one of the leaders in this new field by enrolling in an innovative, interdisciplinary Patient Safety Leadership online program offered by the Department of Medical Education in the UIC College of Medicine.

The Master of Science in Patient Safety Leadership provides health care professionals the opportunity to explore ways to design and implement a broad range of patient safety programs, and to lead their organizationís development of a patient safety culture.

The Master of Science in Patient Safety Leadership is delivered using online instruction that emphasizes self-directed learning and team collaboration. A short on-site residency in Chicago, Illinois, embedded within one of the courses, provides the opportunity for you to practice and apply the tools and principles introduced in online courses, and to participate in active learning with cohort members in a face-to-face format.

Courses are offered all year and may be taken one at a time to accommodate professional schedules.

Upon successful completion of all coursework, you will earn a Master of Science Degree in Patient Safety Leadership from the College of Medicine at the fully accredited University of Illinois at Chicago.

Contact(s):


UIC Online Admissions Team
1333 S. Halsted, Suite 225
Mail Code 140
Chicago, IL 60607-
Phone: (866) 772-2268
E-mail: onlineinfo@uic.edu


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