Master of Science in Health Administration
The Master of Science in Health Administration is designed to develop highly effective Health Administrators and leaders, through a program of study focused on the critical, ethical, legal, social, political, management and leadership issues in Health Administration and through a hands-on field experience in a health care setting.
The Master of Science in Health Administration consists of a total of forty-two credits of study - fourteen three-credit courses total, including eleven core requirements, two electives, and a field experience in Health Administration. All courses, designed with the busy working professional in mind, are offered on weekends and evenings, and many are taught in an intensive format with an on-line component. A flexible schedule of full or part-time study can be designed according to individual student needs. The student can complete a full time course of study in as little as sixteen months or a part-time option in as little as two years.
Students pursuing the full-time option are eligible for a $10,000 scholarship. Additionally, applicants starting the full-time option in the fall or spring semesters may waive the GRE requirement if their undergraduate GPA was a 3.0 or higher.
- Health Ethics and Law
- Concepts in Health Administration
- The U.S. Health Care System: Organization, Policy, and Politics
- Health Care Quality Management
- Managerial Accounting in Health Care
- Financial Analysis in Health Administration
- Quantitative Methods in Health Administration
- Field Experience in Health Administration
- Strategic Leadership in Health Informatics
- Health Care Communication or equivalent graduate communication course
- Economics of Health Care
- Strategic Management of Healthcare Organizations
- Health Policy
- Gerontology: A Multidisciplinary Approach
- Sociological, Political and Economic Perspectives in Gerontology
- Chronic Illness and Aging: Management, Palliation and End of Life Considerations
- Health Information Systems
- Health Informatics
- Analysis of Public Health Issues
Additional electives may be substituted if approved by the Graduate Program Director
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