Are you a professional in the field of healthcare who aims to advance your career by addressing complex challenges and doing rewarding work that improves the quality of care? Are you motivated by bringing teams together to address multifaceted issues in the field, and using data to drive strategy and decision making? If this sounds like you, look no further than Champlain College Online’s Master of Science in Healthcare Administration.
The online MS in Healthcare Administration was created for the experienced healthcare professional, and will equip you with the business skills and knowledge needed to successfully navigate and advance within this growing and multifaceted industry. Through Champlain’s program, you will acquire deeper knowledge of business of healthcare, the strategies being employed to move the field forward — such as data analytics and information technology–while enhancing your leadership skills.
Designed to be applicable from Day 1, Champlain’s 8-week accelerated online MS in Healthcare Administration courses are interactive and engaging, and they’re taught by scholar practitioners who are invested in their students’ success. You’ll build a professional network with your cohort of fellow students across the country with whom you will progress through the program, and be able to apply what you learn in a variety of nonprofit and corporate healthcare settings.
This advanced degree can be completed part-time in 20 months and includes topics such as:
- Healthcare law and the regulatory environment
- Healthcare informatics
- Healthcare project management and innovation
- Information for decision making, business analysis and performance
- Regionally-accredited bachelor's degree
- Minimum 2.5 GPA recommended
- Official transcripts
- At least two years experience and current employment in a professional work environment with opportunities for applying new skills
- Prerequisites in business may be required if your bachelor's degree is not in business or management.
School Accreditation Statement
New England Commission of Higher Education