GCHSA

 

Graduate Certificate

The Health Services Administration department offers the opportunity for students to obtain Graduate certificates in Health Services Administration (GCHSA).  The GCHSA track is primarily for students who are interested in health services administration, but are unsure as to which master’s degree program to complete.  The Program is designed to be completed in one year if enrolled full time.

 

 

 

 

 

Enrollment requirements for GCHSA  program is consistent with that of the MHA program. 


Graduation Requirements for GCHAS

GCHSA: All Graduate Certificate students must complete a research paper following the guidelines in the MSU graduate catalog.  If the paper is not complete by the end of their required courses, the student must enroll in HSAD 6003 until the paper meets standards.  All students must complete their graduate courses with a 3.0 GPA

 

GCHSA Degree Plan

GCHSA Fall Semester 1

Major Requirement:

HSAD 5103

Health Services Administration

Paper/Tests

HSAD 5113

Health Care Financial Management I

Paper/Labs

HSAD 5123

Health Care Personnel

Paper/Tests

 

 

 

 

 

GCHSA Spring Semester 1

 

HSAD 5133

Health Systems Analysis

Paper/Labs

HSAD 5153

Managed Health Care

Paper/Cases

 

 

 

 

 

GCHSA Summer Semester

 

HSAD 5143

Health Care Law and Bioethics

Case Presentation


Total 18 credits

 

 


GCHSA
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MHA Degree Requirements: Students who want to earn a Master’s in Health Administration (MHA) at MSU
 may continue on that degree –




Summer Courses

HSAD 5233

Health Policy and Macroeconomics

HSAD 5273

Health Care Ethics

 

Fall Courses (All 3 Credits)

HSAD 5253

Health Services Research

HSAD 5223

Health Informatics

HSAD 5203

Health Care Marketing & Microeconomics

 

Spring Courses (All 3 Credits)

HSAD 5293

Managerial Epidemiology & Biostatistics

HSAD 5153

Managed Health Care

HSAD 5213

Capstone: Health Services Strategic Management

HSAD 5163

Health Administration Problems (Residency)*

Graduation Requirements: All students must complete a 160-hour residency for this course.  Individuals completing the NFA - AIT program may count their 1,000 hours towards this residency.