Master of Science in Administration Health Services Administration Graduate Certificate

 

Degree objective: The interdisciplinary Master of Science in Administration (MSA) Program is designed for students pursuing administrative careers. The program offers insight into human and organizational relationships; develops skills in oral and written communication; enhances the capacity for sound analytical judgment; and encourages the ability to see the "big picture" as it relates to an organization and its environment. Course work focuses on applied action grounded in theory and embraces the fundamental educational principles applicable to administrative issues in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, and stresses the ethical responsibilities of administrators. Concentration objective: Designed to provide the knowledge and skills required for directors, administrators and supervisors in health services.

 

 

 

Concentration Requirements
 
 
12 credits
HSC 507
Introduction to Health Services Organizations & Systems
3
HSC 520
Health Services Administration
3
HSC 570
Financial Aspects of Health Services Organizations
3
HSC 571
Legal Aspects of Health Services Organizations
3
Concentration Electives
 
 
3-6 credits
​HSC 516 ​Travel Course in Health Education
​3
HSC 538
Development of Proposals and Reports in Health Administration
3
HSC 544
Biostatistics
3
HSC 545
Health Planning
3
​HSC 552 ​International Health Systems, Organizations and Policy
​3
HSC 572
Quality Improvement in Health Services
3
HSC 581
Managed Care: Origins, Organizations, and Operations
3
HSC 617
Community and Public Health
3
HSC 700
Program Evaluation in the Health Fields
3

 

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