You’ve got drive and determination … and you aim to put that to work serving the diverse health care needs of your community. You’ve come to the right place. Our master’s in health care administration prepares you for leadership or management positions in settings where you can make a difference – hospitals, government institutions, and nonprofit organizations.
Courses offered on campus, online, or a combination of both
The MS in Health Care Administration consists of 42 credits, including two electives tailored to your interests. Our goal: to get you to apply technology, evidence-based decision making, and critical thinking skills to the delivery and management of health care services.
I’m so excited to be advancing in such a fast growing field.
MS Health Care Administration, 2020
Marketing and Strategic Planning in Health Care
This course focuses on the strategic planning and marketing processes of health care institutions. You will learn to apply a market-oriented perspective to the analysis of environmental factors and organizational resources, to formulate collective business goals, and design customer driven marketing that achieves a sustainable competitive advantage.
Depending on your undergraduate experiences, you may be required to take foundation courses before beginning the master’s program. Courses are offered on weekends, either online or on campus. Your admissions advisor will council you on whether or not you need these foundation courses.
Statistics Foundations - The objective of the course is to strengthen skills in abstract thinking, critical analysis, and forecasting.
Economics Foundations - This course covers topics such as analysis of supply and demand, price elasticity, and identification of the main components of macroeconomics.
Patrice Lewis Riley
Professor, School of Allied Health Professions
Professor Lewis Riley creates a hands on environment in every class so her students will know what to expect in the field.