Looking for a new career in health science, or to upgrade your current qualifications in medical science? Graduate and undergraduate degree programs in the health and medical professions may be the answer. Since the health professions are a very broad field, we recommend exploring all the avenues of opportunity by carefully reviewing all the programs and schools available.
In the ever-evolving health care marketplace, managers and administrators must be prepared to meet a variety of challenges as they direct private and public health plans, safety, public health agencies, elder care, alternative health care providers, HMOs, managed care, and other similar programs. The following degrees in Health Care Administration are designed to prepare students to effectively lead and manage health care organizations.
MS in Human Services with a specialization in Health Care Administration
The degree specialization in Health Care Administration can help prepare health care professionals, including physician's assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, and others for careers in pathology, medical research, or medical technology who would like to qualify into administrative positions.
PhD in Human Services with a specialization in Health Care Administration
This PhD degree program in Health Care Administration is suitable for knowledgeable professionals that already possess a master's degree in public administration, health care, or business and who are seeking advanced research and guided study in the discipline. PhD students may also include licensed health care professionals who want to advance their careers to supervisory or administrative levels. Most courses can be taken in an online format, although this program is offered in a directed study format as well.
PhD programs require 1 week residencies per year, for three years. Graduate courses are also available. Capella University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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