Unless otherwise noted, Yale University courses are available to enrolled, degree-seeking students. Please contact the Schools directly for more information about enrolling in a specific course or program.
The Yale School of Management offers several courses throughout the academic year that include didactics in quality improvement. Relevant courses include Healthcare Operations, Healthcare Strategy, and Managing Healthcare Organizations.
The Yale School of Management offers a 3-day executive-level program in Healthcare Management and Leadership Fundamentals. Topics covered in the program include The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), healthcare strategies, operations, financial management, management techniques, and leadership.
The Yale School of Management offers a 22-month executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) program with a focus in healthcare. Relevant courses include Healthcare Policy and Finance, Managing and Innovating in Healthcare Organizations, and Healthcare Operations.
The Yale School of Public Health offers courses related to quality improvement throughout the academic year. Relevant courses include Health Services Research, Cost Effectiveness Analysis and Decision-Making, and Health Care Policy, Finance, and Economics.
The Yale School of Public Health offers a two-year program culminating in a Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH) degree. Program areas of focus include organizational behavior and leadership, business economics and finance, quality improvement and implementation science, operations and information management, cost-effectiveness analyses, hospital and integrated delivery system administration, and pharmaceutical and medical technology industries.
The Yale School of Public Health offers PhD and Post-Doctoral programs in Health Services Research. The PhD program typically takes 4-5 years to complete. Those interested in the post-doctoral program may apply for a one- or two-year fellowship.