HARRISON, N.Y. -- Fordham University's Gabelli Graduate School of Business has introduced a post-master's health care certificate program that focuses on the challenges health care managers face in caring for the frail, seriously ill and dying.
This executive education certificate program, which is at Fordham's Westchester campus, offers interdisciplinary education for health care and corporate leaders, professionals and managers, and health researchers, educators and scholars.
Program participants may choose concentrations in gerontology, public health, palliative care or long-term care.
Titled "Palliative and Long-Term Care: A Public-Health Approach," the weekend-intensive program starts Friday, Oct. 16 and continues through Monday, Oct. 19.
A second weekend intensive program will be from Feb. 12-15.
Tuition is $2,700 per person or $2,500 for Fordham alumni.
Dr. Mary Beth Morrissey, who is organizer and founder of the program, is founder and president of the Collaborative for Palliative Care.
Fordham's Westchester campus is at 400 Westchester Ave. West, West Harrison.
For more information, contact Morrissey at (914) 714-2241 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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