The master’s program trains students to be leaders and researchers in health services delivery and quality improvement. The program offers challenging coursework led by world-renowned faculty to help trainees develop expertise in the quantitative and qualitative techniques to assess the outcomes of medical care.
Interested in the program?
Please contact Brenette Logan directly for information.
Applying to the Program
The Health and Health Care Research Master's Program is housed at the University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School. You must apply for admission to the Rackham Graduate School. If you have been selected to participate in the program, you will receive an email in April with instructions on applying. The application is open May 1 - 31st each year.
The Rackham Graduate School and the graduate program work as a team to manage the application review process. As an applicant, you will be interacting with both offices. The graduate program will make a decision on your application and notify both you and Rackham. If you are recommended for admission, Rackham will confirm that you meet the minimum admission requirements and finalize the offer. Review the Admission and Matriculation Policy for eligibility. Applicants are not admitted until they receive an e-mail from Rackham with the offer of admission.
Please go to http://www.rackham.umich.edu/admissions/applying to begin the application process. Please note that transcripts cannot be uploaded electronically. You will need to contact your school and have them send an official medical diploma or transcripts showing the degree has been conferred. Transcripts should be sent to: Rackham Graduate School Transcripts/HHCR 915 E Washington St, RM 0504A Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1070