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SENIOR LIVING AND SERVICES LEADERSHIP certificate

 

Meet the changing demands of today’s seniors with compassion.
 

A strong leadership team has a significant impact on the quality of care provided to seniors. Acquire the strategic skills necessary to meet the changing demands of today’s seniors and contemporary senior living care models.

 

4 Courses. 12 Credits. 100% Online.

Focus on developing the strategic skills necessary to meet the changing demands of today’s seniors and contemporary senior living care models. The Senior Living and Services Leadership graduate certificate will focus on senior care and services delivery including:

  • Gerontology
  • Ethical, legal and regulatory factors
  • Generational dynamics
  • Healthcare financial management
  • Leadership and management skills
  • Healthcare human resource strategies

It is possible to complete the certificate in one year; however, based on work and life commitments, you may decide to take longer. Courses are completed entirely online, an ideal format for busy professionals, especially those working variable shifts. You can watch lectures, participate in online forums with your classmates, and although assignments have deadlines, you can do homework whenever it’s convenient for you—all course content is accessible online from any device.

The graduate-level Senior Living and Services Leadership Certificate is offered through the Master of Science in Healthcare Administration program, through a collaboration with UW System. 

HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION MS

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UW-Parkside is your local connection to the UW Certificate in Senior Living and Services Leadership. Conveniently located in the vibrant and growing corridor between Milwaukee and Chicago, Parkside gives you access to the same resources and connections  as on-campus students. Providing you with successful networking opportunities with local partners in our thriving healthcare community.  

CONTACT INFO

1-877-895-3276  |  learn@uwex.edu

ADMITTED STUDENT RESOURCE CONTACTS

ACADEMIC DIRECTOR 

Bryan Lewis, Ph.D. 
262-595-2330  |  lewisb@uwp.edu

PROGRAM ASSISTANT

Jeanne Suda
262-595-2980  |  suda@uwp.edu

 

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