The graduate Certificate in Healthcare Administration is designed for healthcare workers who hold non-administrative degrees and for administrative degree holders who have no healthcare experience and wish to seek employment in health care. The graduate certificate in healthcare administration program is completed within six to nine months on the basis of completing five courses (15 total credit hours), offered in a seven-week, accelerated format.
The Graduate Certificate in Leadership Studies equips you with the knowledge, skills, experiences, attitudes, perspectives, and tools necessary to understand the broad-based concepts associated with leadership in a variety of individual, organizational, and community settings in an ever-changing, pluralistic, global society.
Course offerings are specific to graduate-level MBA courses. The graduate certificate in leadership program is completed within six to nine months on the basis of completing five courses (15 total credit hours), offered in a seven-week, accelerated format.
Rosemont Online's Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship program equips you with the skills, knowledge, and background to meet your entrepreneurial goals. The five courses in the program make use of research case studies, hands-on activities, class discussions, practice, and powerful tools you need to develop your business plan.
Course offerings are specific to graduate-level MBA courses. The Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship program is completed within six to nine months on the basis of completing five courses (15 total credit hours), which will be offered in a seven-week, accelerated format.
The Homeland Security and Emergency Management Certificate prepares students to analyze, mitigate and manage the complex issues related to natural and human-made disasters in an accelerated and student-centered environment. Gain a competitive advantage in developing a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to assume leadership roles in emergency management, homeland security and/or public policy.
The Rosemont College Homeland Security and Emergency Management program is affiliated with the Center for Homeland Defense and Security’s University and Agency Partnership Initiative facilitated by the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Higher Education Program.
The graduate certificate in Homeland Security and Emergency Management requires 15 credit hours and can be completed within six to nine months in an accelerated seven-week format. It is offered completely online.
For faculty, course, admission requirements about Rosemont's various graduate certificates, click here.
Rosemont’s Master of Business Administration is a flexible, pragmatic, and ethics-driven program with a global perspective that prepares students for work in a business environment that constantly evolves and expands. Rosemont’s MBA program equips students with a competitive edge by ensuring their education and skills are current to innovative business practices.
|MBA 6600: Leadership Fundamentals: Ethical Leadership and Values-Driven Organizations|
|MBA 6620: Decision Making Methods|
|MBA 6631: Managerial Accounting|
|MBA 6640: Ethics, Integrity and Social Responsibility|
|MBA 6651: Marketing Theory and Data Analysis|
|MBA 6653: Economics in the Workplace|
|MBA 6666: Financial Principles and Policies|
|MBA 6700: Competing in a Global Market|
|MBA 6705: Markets, Globalization and Culture|
|MBA 6712: International Law|
|MBA 6760: Thesis|
Rosemont’s Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration will help prepare you to seek leadership and management positions in governmental,
nonprofit, and private organizations. The rising costs and shifting accessibility
of quality healthcare are critical issues to individuals and organizations nationwide.
Effective leadership in the industry could help improve management structures and
find solutions to unique challenges facing individuals and communities.
The curriculum requires 33 credits of coursework, which includes a 3-credit capstone course, and 30 credits of required program coursework. Experienced industry experts who see the big picture and the ways you may fit into it continuously review Rosemont’s curriculum.
In the case of current healthcare workers who have healthcare-related degrees, exposure to the Master’s in Healthcare Administration courses will increase your skill set and position you for advancement into or within management. This program will genuinely expose the student to the uniqueness of the healthcare field and provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for employment and success in healthcare administration.
Upon completion of the Program students will:
- Have an understanding of the nuances and challenges of the health-care system including the method for financing services.
- Understand the challenges involved in motivating highly trained technical people.
- Understand how to integrate health administration theory with practical administrative experience.
- Be able to affect ethical decision making for managers in health-care settings.
The Rosemont MSCHA program is 100% online, providing the flexibility for you to determine when and where you will complete course work – mornings, nights, lunch breaks or weekends – it’s up to you. All courses will be offered in a 7 week accelerated format, and the program can be completed within 18 to 24 months.
|HCA-6000 Information Technology in Healthcare|
|HCA 6001 Healthcare Organization and Administration|
|HCA 6002 Economics of Healthcare and Public Policy|
|HCA-6003 Risk Management and Patient Affairs|
|HCA-6005 Psychosocial Aspects of Health|
|HCA-6006 Long-term Care Administration|
|HCA 6009 Healthcare Models Across the Globe|
|HCA-6010 Ethical Issues in the Administration of Healthcare|
|HCA-6011 Community Health Assessment|
|HCA 6012 Leadership in Healthcare Administration|
- Completed Application for Admission
- Submit an official college transcript from an accredited 4 year college or university.
- Statement of Purpose (How this program will help my career: 2-3 paragraphs)
Rosemont’s Master of Science in Strategic Leadership degree is designed for current and aspiring leaders who want to be at the forefront of organizational and societal change. The program focuses on innovation, change management and leadership development, with coursework that emphasizes the practical application of ethical leadership concepts and skills, critical thinking, organization innovation, decision-making and creative problem-solving. The Rosemont MSSL degree gives you a competitive edge by ensuring your education and skills are relevant and up to date with innovative leadership practices.
Students in the MSSL program will learn the fundamentals of ethical leadership and decision-making, along with how to communicate and lead in a culturally diverse environment at the organizational level. Our program teaches you how to lead change for innovation and alignment and gives you access to best practices for communicating across cultures and generations. You will learn how to best use technology to improve organizational effectiveness, along with the fundamentals of operating a business in a global economy. The MSSL curriculum provides you with the skills you need to leverage human capital as a tool to foster knowledge transfer and develop and implement strategist planning models.
Rosemont’s MSSL Program takes great pride in meeting the needs of our students by allowing them to choose from an online or on ground delivery format. Our faculty is made up of expert practitioners who share their real world experiences with students in a collaborative learning environment.
The online MSSL is in an accelerated format, meaning that each course last seven weeks. The program is comprised of 33 credits in total, and students can complete the degree requirement in less than 24 months (18 months on average). There are generally no prerequisites to course selection except that the thesis is completed at the end of the program. In addition, the 33 credits are made up of 11 defined courses, so there are no electives within the program.
The Rosemont MSSL program is designed to enable graduates to:
- Acquire fundamental leadership skills to become more effective within an organization.
- Learn multiple facets of organization behavior in the context of leadership theory and practice.
- Learn theories of leadership within personal and professional contexts.
- Learn management theory through leadership and the human application within organizations.
- Acquire knowledge specific to your area of business interest.
- Learn from instructors who have real-world business experience in a supportive and personal learning environment.
- Attend an institution whose core values — trust in and reverence for the dignity of each person; diversity in human culture and experience; and persistence and courage in promoting justice with compassion — are central to all of our classroom methodologies.
|MSL 6600 Leadership Fundamentals: Ethical Leadership and Values-Driven Organizations|
|MSL 6610 Information Systems Strategy|
|MSL 6625 Organizational Psychology and Behavior|
|MSL 6630 Power and Politics of Communication|
|MSL 6640 Ethics, Integrity and Social Responsibility|
|MSL 6653 Economics in the Workplace|
|MSL 6670 Leading Change for Innovation and Alignment|
|MSL 6710 Globalization and Cultural Negotiation*|
|*The Global Study Program MSL 6715 may be taken in place of MSL 6710|
|MSL 6715 Decision-Making Methods|
|MSL 6730 Developing a Learning Organization for the Knowledge-Based Economy|
|MSL 6760 Thesis|
The Master of Arts in Homeland Security and Emergency Management (MA-HLS) program provides a unique graduate level learning experience that prepares students to analyze, mitigate, and manage the complex issues related to natural and human-made disasters including disaster response, emergency management, public health issues, cyber security, the psychology of terrorism, and the role of law enforcement and the military in protecting the general population. The program examines these topics through the lens of the Cornelian educational experience with modern Catholic social justice and civil liberties teaching advocating for the dignity of each human being, pursuit of the common good, protection of the poor and the marginalized, and care for God’s creation.