Master of Public Administration
Health Services Administration
The MPA in Health Services Administration degree is a 36 hour program, designed for students who are interested in pursuing careers in public sector, non-profit, and government healthcare organizations. The program places emphasis on the technical and managerial skills necessary for effective leadership in a wide range of areas including human resource management, public health departments, city health department, OSHA etc.
Students are also invited to pursue an 18 hour Graduate Certificate in Health Services Administration (MPA-GCHSA). Students interested in the MPA-GCHSA program will complete 21 hours of core MPA course work, and an additional 18 hours of HSA course work, including the HSAD 6063 Advanced Research course for a total of 39 hours. The MPA-Graduate Certificate in Health Services Administration program is primarily for students who are interested in public health administration but are unsure as to which area of health services they would like to pursue.
A Graduate Certificate in Health Services Administration can be earned by taking 21 hours of MPA core courses in addition to 18 hours of HSAD courses: (39 Credits total)
*HSAD 6063 is required for all MPA-HSA and MPA-GHSA track students
The Comprehensive paper is an integrated part of both the PUAD 5023 and the HSAD 6063 classes. To successfully pass the HSAD 6063 class, students must write a paper which meets the department standards.
Any questions regarding the Administration of Justice program should be directed to the department at firstname.lastname@example.org.