Master's Certificate: Senior Care Management

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Program Overview: 

Did you know that in the next two decades, there will be more than 70 million people over the age of 65? Plus, life expectancy in the US has increased 15 years since the 1930’s.  What do all these numbers mean? The need for senior care services is on the rise in a big way. That’s why today’s senior care leaders need a keen understanding of strategy and finance in addition to keeping current in their knowledge & expertise in senior care services, including post-acute care. The Master's Certificate: Senior Care Management is designed to address this need.

Participating in this program will give you the strategic and organizational skills you need to navigate today’s rapidly changing senior health care environment as well as increase your understanding of the current and anticipated pressures of senior health care management.

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Each module is 3 hours and will meet from 5:00-8:00 p.m. one day per week for 10 consecutive weeks

A certificate will be awarded to those participants who complete all ten modules. CEUs and CPEs are also available.
Participants who have an LNHA or CALA will receive 3 credits per session for a total of 30 credits.  

Faculty includes world class Rutgers HR faculty, distinguished thought leaders and industry experts with years of real world, practical experience.

September 29 - December 8, 2016 (Once a week; 5:00pm-8:00pm for 10 weeks)  No class on November 24, 2016

$2995 for LeadingAge and New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA) members

All program materials will be housed on Rutgers Learning Management System called Sakai. Participants are encouraged to bring an iPad, laptop or other device that will allow you to view the materials in PDF format during each session.  If you don't have a device you can download and print the materials prior to coming each week.  This program does not include an iPad or other device.

This program has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Labor for workforce training grants. Funding may be available for those receiving unemployment benefits.
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“It was professionally and scholarly fulfilling.  It was one of those moments that sculpt ones viewpoint going forward.”
— Participant

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