Health Care Transformation

Master of Science in Health Care Transformation

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Campus address: Graduate School Building (GSB) 5.126A, phone (512) 471-4700, fax (512) 471-4131; campus mail code: Z1600

Mailing address: The University of Texas at Austin, MSHCT Program, Value Institute for Health and Care, Dell Medical School, 1601 Trinity St., Bldg. B, Stop Z1600, Austin TX 78712

E-mail: valueinstitute@dellmed.utexas.edu

URL: https://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/Master-of-Science-in-Health-Care-Transformation

Areas of Study

This master's degree is designed to enable medical students and people across the health care industry to lead change in existing organizations, become transformational leaders, and create high-value services in the health sector. 

The one-year Master of Science in Health Care Transformation (MSHCT) degree equips leaders and emerging leaders across the health care sector with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to design and lead health care services that achieve better health and better value for individuals and families.

Delivered in a hybrid format, the MSHCT degree program is designed to allow students to complete degree requirements while working full time. The curriculum provides practical strategies and solutions, many of which can be implemented immediately into an organization. 

Graduate Studies Committee

The following faculty members served on the Graduate Studies Committee (GSC) in the spring 2023 semester.

Alice Andrews
Kevin Bozic
Erin Eileen Donovan
Stephen T Limberg
Kristie J Loescher
Douglas J Morrice
Elizabeth Teisberg
Scott Wallace

Admission Requirements

The MSHCT degree program is designed for students with professional experience across the health care sector. Exceptions will be made for medical students and/or medical residents as their training provides equivalent experience and clinical knowledge. All courses required for program completion are offered in accordance with University policies that govern non-formula-funded (Option III) programs.

All applicants will be required to meet the Graduate School’s general requirements for admission. The Admissions Committee may consider waiving the GMAT/GRE requirement in the MS in Health Care Transformation program when one of the following conditions is met: (1) five years of professional experience, (2) an advanced degree, or (3) an expired GMAT/GRE. Upon admission to the program, students must pay a nonrefundable enrollment deposit to indicate that they accept the offer of admission. The deposit is applied to the payment of tuition when the student enrolls.

Admission into the MD/MSHCT dual degree program is only open to current Dell Medical School students.