The program consists of the following four graduate-level courses (5000 level). Each course is three credits
Systems Leadership and Innovation
Integrates whole systems thinking, relevant theories and generative leadership to enhance the student’s ability to advance innovation and achieve sustainable change in contemporary health care settings.
Optimal Healing Environments
Focuses on the development and implementation of Optimal Healing Environments (OHE). Students will examine the evidence base supporting design of human and care processes, and begin to explore how OHEs are created.
Service Design for Complex Systems
Explores human factors, information processing theories and the use of technology to support and improve service delivery in health care contexts.
Health Care Design and Innovation Practicum
Supervised design project integrating theories, methods and learning.