|HCA 620||Applied Practice in Healthcare Administration||3|
|IPC 500||Introduction to Graduate Studies||NC|
|IPC 501*||Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in a Diverse Society||3|
|IPC 504*||Communication & Technology||3|
|IPC 511*||Graduate Research||3|
|IPC 512*||Health Care Policy and Finance||3|
|IPC 550*||Integrating Experience I||NC|
|IPC 601*||Leadership in Healthcare||3|
|IPC 655*||Integrating Experience II||1|
|NHA 521||Health Systems Organization and Management||3|
|NHA 522||Organizational Behavior and Performance Improvement in Health Care||3|
|NHA 601||Quantitative Business Analysis||3|
|NHA 602||Strategic Planning||3|
|Total Combined Credits||34|
|*Interprofessional collaborative core course|
|NC = Non-Credit Bearing|
Master of Healthcare Administration
Get the healthcare administration skills, knowledge and experience you need to be a leader within health care organizations with a master’s degree in healthcare administration.
Put your skills in business to work to help lead health care organizations. If you have a passion for helping health care organizations succeed, earning a Master in Healthcare Administration is the next step toward your goals.
You’ll prepare yourself to move forward in your career, with a focus on the unique business skills required in providing patient care. Whether you focus on finance, human resources or policy, this degree program offers a path for anyone with a business or patient care background.
You’ll build a schedule that fits your needs, and advance your career in a way that works for you. Online work is supplemented by two sessions on campus to help students gain the experience they need for a successful career in health care leadership.