Health Systems Administration Certificate, M.S.N.-Health Systems Administration
The Health Systems Administration program prepares graduates to assume leadership positions in the integrated delivery systems that characterize contemporary healthcare organizations.
The 33-credit program can be completed in 24 months (full-time) or 30 months (part-time).
Nurse manager and nurse executive roles have evolved significantly in response to changes in the healthcare industry, which requires sophisticated business knowledge and skills.
Health systems administration is a discipline that synthesizes the clinical aspects of nursing administration with theories and methods of business administration. The Health Systems Administration program integrates these elements into a program that provides essential tools for professional success.
Combining internet-based learning for the academic portions of the program alongside three major management-related internships arranged at convenient locations, the M.S.N. Health Systems Administration program will appeal to ambitious working nurses who may be managing a number of work and home priorities.
To be eligible for financial aid, students must be accepted and matriculated into a degree program. Financial aid for graduate students is available in the form of a FFELP/Stafford Loan, an alternative loan or a personal loan.