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League & Suffolk University Certificate Programs:

2015-2016 Community Health and Community Health Center Management Certificate

The Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers and Suffolk University/Sawyer Business School/Moakley Center for Public Management is offering the Certificate Program in Community Health and Community Health Center Management. Marking its 15th year, this eight-month, health center-focused curriculum includes modules in health policy, human resources, health information technology, ethical issues, finance and marketing. In addition to obtaining a program certificate, participants may earn 12 credits toward future graduate study at Suffolk University or elsewhere through completion of extra coursework. All classes are held at the League Offices at 40 Court Street in Boston, and run from 9:00am to 4:00pm each scheduled Friday.

  • Application deadline: July 23
  • Acceptance notification: July 29
  • Class schedule: Sept. 11, 2015 through May 27, 2016

2015 Advanced Study in Health Care Finance Certificate

The League and Suffolk University/Sawyer Business School/Moakley Center for Public Management is offering a five-week Advanced Study in Health Care Finance Course (ASHCF) beginning in September. This application-based program will serve as a stand-alone certificate course and provide participants with three graduate credits. Current graduates of the League & Suffolk University Management Certificate Program, alumni and other health center senior managers are all welcome to apply. All classes will be held at Suffolk University/Sawyer Business School/Moakley Center for Public Management in Boston, and run from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on scheduled Saturdays - Class dates and program information will be available by June 12.

  • Application deadline: Aug. 3
  • Acceptance notification: Aug. 6
  • Class schedule: Sept. 19, Sept. 26, Oct. 3, Oct. 17

For more information on the League's Suffolk Certificate Program, contact Denise McCauley.

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