Health Services Administration
Ranked #1 by US News and World Report, The University of Michigan's Masters of Health Services Administration (MHSA) is designed to provide a well-rounded, high-quality professional education to gifted, dedicated men and women who aspire to leading positions in the management and planning of health services in public and private settings. The MHSA curriculum consists of 60 credit hours. An integrated curriculum in health services management and health care policy is offered, and is designed to provide students with an array of skills that will prepare them for careers in either the public or the private sector. Our curriculum is designed to integrate courses from a variety of disciplines, including biostatistics, economics, epidemiology, finance, law, organizational theory, and political science. Thus, our students receive training in the management and administration of health care organizations and in health care policy. For more information, visit the University of Michigan School of Public Health, Department of Health Management and Policy's website.
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