The health administration graduate certificate at Regis College teaches students about the present issues faced by healthcare leaders, including the need for accessible, affordable, high-quality care.
Students learn how to handle various management-related issues, including ethical, legal, social, and political. The certificate is beneficial for individuals who aim to become health administrators in a variety of fields, including medical and nursing staff management, patient care services, health information systems, and group practice management.
The certificate consists of three required and two elective courses. These five courses may be applied toward fulfilling the requirements of the master of science in health administration. Elective courses are selected from either the health administration, health informatics, or gerontology tracks.
Additional electives may be substituted if approved by the graduate program director.