The Health Care Administration program’s mission is to improve the practice of health care administration. The program serves full time professionals working in a variety of local health services organizations, offering all courses in the evening . The use of various class room teaching styles interspersed with guest lecturers from different health care arenas to aid in a wholesome learning experience, distinguish our program.Our student mix of working health care professionals and adults seeking to enter the health care field provides a stimulating classroom and networking environment for all students. The MHA program is structured to equip students with all the tools they would require in the workplace. Foundation Courses:
Foundation courses are the first level of preparation for specialized study in Healthcare Administration. Applicants may request a waiver of any foundation courses by producing evidence of completing 2 undergraduate or 1 graduate course in the content area with a grade of B or better. The following courses or equivalent will satisfy this Foundation requirement. These courses must be completed prior to enrolling in Core courses.
HCA 5001 Concepts of Health and Disease HCA 5213 Managerial Communications HCA 5223 Strategic Organizational Theory in Healthcare Administration HCA 5463 Research Methods for Managerial Decision Making HCA 5513 Financial Accounting HCA 5103 Foundations of Health Services