Master of Science in Healthcare Administration

Master of Science in Healthcare Administration

The Master of Science in Healthcare Administration prepares individuals to work with specific populations and communities and improve awareness, education, policy, and research. This degree differs from many other advanced master’s degrees in management. It allows students to grow in a specific healthcare administration area, deal with healthcare administration policies and medical statistics problems, and graduate hands-on. The program will provide students with a more advanced understanding of the basic disciplines of healthcare administration requirements and the possibility of advancing knowledge in a specific domain.

Program Objectives

Upon completion of the Master of Science in Healthcare Administration program, students will

  • Execute healthcare administration knowledge and handle healthcare administration policy issues.
  • Demonstrate and maintain healthcare evaluation and development programs.
  • Analyze the quality and strengths of specific health policy issues research and outcomes.
  • Playing quantitative tools and methodologies in evidence-based health policy analysis and evaluation.
  • Fostering the identification and realization of individual students’ unique personal and professional goals.
  • Graduates will execute competencies related to planning, implementation, and disease prevention programs.
  • Preparing graduates to use communication and administration skills to lead the health agencies in decision-making.

Program Features

  • Annual-Tuition (Membership) based program.
  • Available 100% online with the support of competency-based education options.
  • Programs are to be completed in twelve months.
  • An internship or externship is not necessary for graduation.
  • Degree program accredited by Accreditation Service for International Schools, Colleges, and Universities.

Graduates Job Outlook

  • The employment of health services managers is projected to grow 32 percent from 2020 to 2030
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics expects healthcare administration Services Managers’ employment to grow by 18% over the next several years, with job openings for around 250,000 new Healthcare Administration professionals.
  • Graduates can obtain jobs as Healthcare Directors, Biostatisticians, Epidemiologists, or Healthcare Administration professors.

Program Courses

Courses are taught in English, and students are expected to learn about APA, write in article format, engage in weekly workshops, and participate in development training groups with hands-on training.

In this course, students will learn about APA style format and how to implement them in their weekly assignments. Also, students will receive training on finding information from the university website and catalog and familiarize themselves with The Continents States University system.

Implementing the concept of environmental ethics – a philosophy that extends the ethical concepts traditionally applied to human behavior to address the entire natural world.

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Why should you consider our university

  1. Veteran-founded educational institution
  2. Dedicated student support team 24/7
  3. No fixed schedule for attending live courses
  4. No limited time to transfer credit
  5. Accessible online courses
  6. Four-weeks course structure
  7. Supported by library resources through LIRN
  8. Military friendly school
  9. Internationally accredited