The M.S. in Health Services Administration (MSHSA) welcomed 18 new students into the program this fall. These students represent five states and come from various educational and professional backgrounds. The MSHSA offers 18 specialty tracks which allows students to meet their career goals. Many students have selected their intended specialty tracks, while others will continue to explore options as they start the coursework. One highlight for the first semester in the MSHSA program is the seminar course.
The Health Services Administration Seminar (PHCY 5046) course brings together students in their first and last semesters of the program for an intensive weekend. Director, Elliott Sogol, seeks special topics each semester. This allows the program to address timely topics with experts from unique areas of the health industry. While the MSHSA program is primarily offered as an online program the seminar allows for an in-person experience.
The online offerings are offered both synchronously and asynchronously to better fit the schedules of working professionals. Students connect with faculty and other students through multiple communication platforms to assist in creating a community. Learning and connection are at the forefront of the online program.
The M.S. in Health Services Administration accepts applications for spring and fall semesters year-round. Applications are open, apply today!