Summer McGee, Ph.D., C.P.H., The Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
Our MS in Health Care Administration provides students with the skills and knowledge they need to lead a health care organization in the 21st century.
Recognized as a leader in experiential education, The University of New Haven offers a flexible, cutting-edge 42-credit master’s degree in health care administration. The program provides a deep understanding of the past, present and future of health care. We arm you with the skills necessary to identify challenges and changes in the health care system and to effectively address and respond to these issues.
With courses in statistics, research methods and management, you will
Notable features of the program include:
- Expert faculty with a wide range of experience in health care, public health and public administration
- Diverse program concentrations that allow you to specialize in the area of healthcare in which you want to work
- Flexible scheduling and course offerings: classes are offered in the evenings and on weekends on the University’s graduate trimester schedule
- Certification as a long-term care administrator when you complete the long-term care concentration and sit for the State of Connecticut exam
For shorter and more concentrated study, students may select from one of two graduate certificate programs available in Health Care Management and Long-Term Health Care.