Long-Term Health Care Management Certificate Program

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Program Seeks to Bring Best of Nursing and Business to Long-Term Health Care Management

January 30, 2018 | The Schools of Business and Nursing are forming a new collaboration to administer the highly successful Graduate Certificate Program in Long-Term Health Care Management.

Offered by UConn’s School of Business for over 40 years, the graduate certificate program has prepared seven out of every 10 current skilled nursing-home administrators in Connecticut.

Alumni also serve in leadership roles in continuing care and assisted living communities, home healthcare agencies, hospice centers and more. The new collaboration with the School of Nursing brings the clinical care perspective into long-term care administration.

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The Certificate Program in Long-Term Healthcare Management prepares students for a rewarding career in long-term health care management.

The Certificate Program in Long-Term Healthcare Management is designed to meet all State of Connecticut requirements for long-term healthcare administration licensure. It is offered by the School of Business and is fully approved by the State Department of Public Health The primary objective of the program is to prepare students for careers in long-term health care management.

Over 99% of our students completing the program have successfully completed State of Connecticut Department of Public Health licensure examinations, and our program maintains the highest pass rate of all educational programs in Connecticut. The small, personalized nature of our program lends itself to on-going interaction between students and faculty, strong advisory support, and placement assistance upon completion of the program.

Quick Facts

Course One 3-credit course
Internship One 9-credit internship
Semester Start Fall
Location Hartford, Connecticut
Application Deadline See Deadlines

Our next class begins on Thursday evening, January 24, 2019, at our Graduate Business Learning Center in Hartford, Connecticut.