The Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Safety program equips clinicians and clinical administrators with the operational skills and leadership vision to direct effective quality improvement and safety initiatives within their own health care organizations. Full-time students complete 36 credits in one year, while clinicians can align their coursework and busy schedules over two years with the part-time option. Both options include the same curriculum and are offered online. Courses span quality safety informatics and risk. Students are assigned to an HMS faculty member for capstone coaching. The program is currently offered in a live virtual and online format because of the pandemic.