The Master of Health Leadership and Policy (MHLP) in Seniors Care is an intensive one-year degree program that equips you with the skills needed to improve patient outcomes and help create the future of Seniors health care.
There is a growing need for professionals able to lead, design and deliver comprehensive care and services for Seniors. Graduates of this program will combine in-depth technical knowledge with practical, hands-on leadership skills, making them highly sought after service providers and leaders.
Propel your career forward
This unique master’s degree program will:
- immerse you in best practices in Seniors Care as you explore the development of care strategies, use conceptual and analytical tools, and examine strategies for leading operations and maintaining quality;
- broaden your sector-relevant skills through a project-based curriculum that covers all stages of the industry value chain;
- provide a dynamic learning environment that follows a project-based curriculum;
- offer opportunities for you to collaborate with world-renowned faculty from the UBC School of Nursing and local leaders in public and private sector practice sites; and
- help you advance your career by balancing technical learning with in-depth leadership courses on project management, business and communication.
You are eligible for this program if you meet the MHLP admission requirements and you have:
- an undergraduate degree in nursing, social work, dietetics, occupational or physical therapy, or another related field; and
- three or more years of relevant work experience, of which one year is in Seniors care.
As a graduate of this program, you will have the technical and leadership skills to take your career to the next level.
of all workers in Canada are employed by the health-care industry
of Canada’s population is expected to be 65 and older by 2036
BC residents work in the health care and social assistance industry
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DR. JUDITH LYNAM
"The curriculum helps graduates acquire the knowledge and skills they need to be leaders in providing health care for seniors."