Ryerson to launch Master of Health Administration in Community Care

April 13, 2018

The Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University has announced that it will launch the Master of Health Administration in Community Care. The program, reportedly the first of its kind in Canada, aims to “address the demand for skilled managers in private, public and not-for-profit organizations that plan, coordinate, and deliver clinical and supportive community healthcare.” Program Director Karen Spalding added that the program is also designed to promote home and community care as career destinations, rather than short-term stints as people wait for jobs in hospitals. According to Ryerson, the program will consist of four terms, with modules that cover performance management, comparative health policy, and information technology for home and community care. Ryerson