Health Sciences—Health Administration, M.S.

Master of Science
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About This Degree

The primary aim of the Health Administration specialization is to prepare the graduate students with knowledge and experience for professional careers in the administration of a health care program, agency or facility. Upon completion of the program, graduate students are prepared for management positions in hospitals, long-term care facilities, managed care organizations, prepaid group practices, health centers, health planning agencies and federal, state, and voluntary health organizations and agencies. Our students acquire skills to analyze current trends and needs to develop strategic plans that will ensure the health of the facility or organization that they lead. The 39-45 credit hour program can be completed on a part-time basis, enabling individuals to maintain their present employment status.