Healthcare Administration Graduate Programs
Health care administration graduate students learn to manage health care facilities and systems. Study combines elements of business strategy, public policy, and health care to help students specialize in the field. While it’s possible to obtain a health care administration position with only a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree is often considered a standard requirement for health care administration professionals. Health care administration graduate programs may also be known by the titles “health systems management”, “health management” and “health administration”. Other programs such as “business administration” and “nonprofit management” may also be applicable, as they may offer a concentration in health care. Some programs offer a dual degree; for example, a joint M.S.N. / M.S. Depending upon the program and the school in which it is housed, the master’s degree conferred could be an M.S., a M.B.A., M.P.A., or an M.P.H.
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