Clinical Management and Leadership
GW’s Clinical Management and Leadership program is aimed at health sciences professionals such as nurses, laboratory technicians, therapists and radiographers. It provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to obtain clinical management and leadership positions within clinical and health care organizations.
Related Majors, Minors, and Concentrations
An additional option is our degree program that offers qualified individuals a seamless and accelerated pathway for completing the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and the Master of Science in Health Sciences. An adviser can give you information about this option.
What can I expect to learn in the Clinical Management and Leadership program at GW?
The coursework is designed to address the managerial needs of the leaders responsible for running clinical departments and private medical practices. Classes include human resources management, health care accounting and finance, marketing health services, health care quality and ethics.
What is the Clinical Management and Leadership community like at GW?
Our students come from a variety of health care professions and backgrounds. This diversity provides a rich learning environment. Students share their real-world experiences in a rigorous academic setting.
What can I do in the Clinical Management and Leadership field?
Opportunities in the health care field for clinical management and leadership students are unlimited. Our graduates advance their careers by working in management, education and clinical care or by pursuing graduate degrees in health care leadership and management.