Public Administration Health Care Master’s Degree
Earning a Public Sector Health Care Graduate Degree
With America’s ever changing and growing health care system, there is a need for educated health care professionals and leaders with extensive knowledge, insight, and problem solving skills. Since 1980, Marist College has supported and accommodated students who are looking to earn their Health Care Administration Master’s Degree.
Students seeking to earn a public sector health care graduate degree can enroll in the Master’s in Public Administration Health Care program. All MPA students are required to take eight core requirement courses, building a diverse foundation of public administration theoretical knowledge. As it relates to healthcare administration, Marist will provide guidance for students looking to face problems unique to the healthcare sector, including extensive regulation, reimbursement and profitability difficulties, and managing a highly educated and diverse workforce.
Earning a public sector health care graduate degree for full-time students can be completed in no more than two years, and part-time students no more than three. Marist hopes to accommodate all students, offering both online and on-site classes. Marist will provide all MPA students an academic advisor who will guide them through the process of obtaining the degree. Technology and academic services will be accessible to all students, regardless of whether you complete your degree online or on campus.
Marist Health Care Administration graduates leave prepared to handle complex new developments in technology, economics, ethics, finance, policy, and management. They will join a successful alumni pool who are employed in local, state, and federal agencies throughout the country.
Start advancing your career today and earn your Master’s degree through one of our online or on-campus graduate degree programs. Contact Marist College with any questions you may have about earning your Public Health Care Administration Master’s Degree.