The University of San Francisco: School of Nursing and Health Professions
Professor and student in simulation lab
G Nursing MS in Clinical Simulation

Master of Science in Healthcare Simulation

Simulation in healthcare has emerged as a novel approach to educating and training professionals. As simulation labs have expanded, individuals who understand the educational and administrative aspects will be key to their continued success.


Why an MS in Healthcare Simulation?


Program Brochure

The University of San Francisco School of Nursing and Health Professions is pleased to offer this new masters-level program.

For all applicants who hold a Baccalaureate degree, regardless of major, this two-year Master’s degree in Healthcare Simulation offers educational theory, research methodology and financial management strategies to prepare students for future leadership in simulation-related careers.

Medical simulators allow individuals to review and practice procedures as often as required to reach proficiency without harming the patient.” – Advocating Healthcare Simulation for America

The blended nature of the 30-unit program is modeled on executive leadership “intensives” that utilize online and on-site teaching strategies; students will be on campus two times per semester in San Francisco. Housing in a boutique hotel in San Francisco's Union Square, breakfast, lunch during intensives and all books are included in the tuition.

Program Features
  • Blended Model (online and in person)
  • Tuition Includes Housing While in San Francisco
  • Small Class Size
  • Degree Completion in 18 months
  • Dynamic Faculty and Student Interaction
  • Learn from Internationally Known Faculty

More Information
Please contact Tamara White, Graduate Admissions Recruiter, at (415) 422-3627 or twhite3@usfca.edu.