The online Master of Science in Health Administration from Saint Joseph’s University is a practice-based program designed to give you the skills and experience necessary to immediately improve the performance of your organization and advance your own career. The program was designed knowing that superior patient care begins and ends with effective administration of the complex and ever-evolving health care delivery system.
Taught by experience-rich professors from various segments of the healthcare industry, the online MS in Health Administration goes beyond theories and generalities of Health Administration to deliver practical lessons specific to today’s health care challenges.
The online MS in Health Administration is focused on patient-centered care and prevention while managing costs, incorporating vital skills in research, laws, and industry practices. Students have a choice between in-demand, career-oriented concentrations in Informatics, Organizational Development and Leadership, or a General concentration which allows them to have more flexibility in their coursework.
General Track – explores the complex moral and ethical health care considerations that often dominate executive-level decision making.
Since professionals with organizational skills and technical abilities specific to health systems are in demand, an advance degree is the answer to stand out of the applicant pool. Request more information to learn more about the online Master of Science in Health Administration.
Must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
An undergraduate GPA of at least 2.8
Two letters of recommendation
Accreditation & Licensing
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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