Master of Long Term Care Administration

USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology

The Online Master of Long Term Care Administration curriculum blends an exploration of the social, psychological and biological aspects of aging with training in the administration and management of long term care organizations.

Our Master of Long Term Care Administration (MLTCA) program is the perfect solution for the working professionals who have not had formal education in aging. The curriculum blends an exploration of the social, psychological and biological aspects of aging with training in the administration and management of long term care organizations. MLTCA graduates are prepared in-depth for accommodating the needs of older adults.

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.

Career Options

Sample Courses

GERO 500: Perspectives on a Changing Society
GERO 508: The Mind and Body Connection through the Lifespan
GERO 522: Counseling Older Adults and Their Families
ACCT 509: Concepts of Financial and Management Accounting
FBE 587: LEgal and Regulatory Environment of Long Term Care
PPD 601: Management Strategies for LTC Administrators
PPD 649: Concepts and Practices in Public Personnel Administration

Instructional Services for Enrolled Students

Students may request additional support and mentoring from the faculty. Courses with an enrollment of over 25 students are assigned a teaching assistant who is available to students during designated office hours where students can call or email. Most TAs are available by email on an unscheduled basis as well.

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