Regulation demands compliance. And Health Administrators are on the front lines. They manage hospitals, medical groups, home care agencies – and the full range of health services and resources.
Take advantage of the opportunities – earn your Master’s degree in Health Administration
Applications must be submitted online at http://www.hampcas.org by May 1 of the year for the Fall semester admission and by November 1 of the year for the Spring semester admission.
Our Master of Health Administration curriculum is comprehensive — 54 credit hours. We’ll take you through strategic planning, human resources, informatics, policy, economics, research methods, quantitative decision-making, community health, management — and more. You’ll graduate confident that you’re ready to meet the challenges ahead, with the skills organizations need — and employers demand.
Top 20 Affordable Master of Health Administration Degree Programs
Our Master of Health Administration Degree program has been named among the Top 20 Affordable Master's Degrees in Healthcare Administration for 2015, according to TopMastersInHealthcare.com.
For complete information, visit the article here.
The Master of Health Administration program is
accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare
Management Education, formerly known as the Accrediting Commission
on Education for Health Services Administration (ACEHSA). Our Department of Health Administration offers one of only three CAHME**-accredited programs in an Illinois public university; GSU's program is one of only four CAHME-accredited programs in the entire state. That’s your assurance of quality. Our program has achieved the highest standard of excellence. It’s a standard unaccredited programs simply don’t have to meet.
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