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Online Master’s in Health Administration Curriculum

The curriculum in the Health Administration Master's degree covers a broad spectrum of essential learning and encompasses the technical and behavioral competencies defined by the Health Leadership Competency Model and developed by the National Center for Healthcare Leadership.

Saint Joseph's University's online Master's in Health Administration curriculum is focused on two specializations: Health Care Ethics and Informatics. If the student chooses to pursue the Health Care Ethics specialization, the curriculum is 36 hours taken across 12 courses. The Informatics specialization is 42 hours taken across 14 courses.

Online Master's in Health Administration Curriculum

  • HSV 550 Health Services Research (3 credits)
  • HAD 552 Health Administration (3 credits)
  • HAD 553 Health Care Organization (3 credits)
  • HAD 554 Health Care Law (3 credits)
  • HAD 555 Accounting for Health Care Organizations (3 credits)
  • HAD 556 Financial Management of Health Care Organizations (3 credits)
  • HAD 560 Health Care Informatics (3 credits)
  • HAD 600 Ethics of Health Care (3 credits)
  • HSV 700 Integrative Capstone Course in Health Services (3 credits)
  • HSV 551 Managed Health Care (3 credits)

Health Care Ethics Specialization

  • HED 552 Epidemiology and Community Health (3 credits)
  • HAD 559 Health Policy (3 credits)

Informatics Specialization

  • HAD 561 Health Care and the Internet (3 credits)
  • HAD 562 Health Information Management Systems Data and Infrastructure (3 credits)
  • HAD 563 Health Information Management Systems Applications (3 credits)
  • HAD 564 Computer-Based Patient Record (CPR) (3 credits)

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