Master of Long Term Care Administration
A curriculum that blends an exploration of the social, psychological and biological aspects of aging with training in the administration and management of long term care organizations.
This program is perfect for individuals who have specific goals in the field and who desire an executive polish. It offers courses in conjunction with the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, the USC Leventhal School of Accounting and the USC Marshall School of Business.
Graduates with this degree are suited specifically for careers in long term care administration, including:
- Residential care facilities
- Retirement communities
- Assisted living facilities
This 28-unit master’s program can be completed at the rate most convenient for students: by taking 12 or more units per semester, the degree can be completed in a year. By taking eight units per semester, students can complete the degree in two years; by taking four units per semester students can finish in two and a half years.