Master's - Health Systems Administration
The Master of Science in Health Systems Administration is a one-year program that equips aspiring leaders with skills to shape the future of health care.
- CAHME Accredited, competency-based and practice-centered curriculum with a focus on systems of care and leadership
- An accessible faculty that includes leading academics and practitioners of a variety of health care organizations
- Practicing executives who serve as mentors
- A longitudinal integrative seminar
My preceptor is another person who I plan to keep in my life. She has gone out of her way to introduce me to the inner-workings of the health care system, along with insuring that I get my foot in the door and providing me with all the steps necessary to succeed, she is a true mentor.
Being in D.C. meant having access to health policy wonks not only on the federal but local level, as well. The smaller, cohort structured program was appealing because I wanted to build meaningful relationships with classmates and faculty.
Recent graduate outcomes
Recent Graduate Outcomes
Executive Master's in Health System Administration (EMHSA)
The EMHSA Program is not currently accepting applications.