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MS in Health Administration (Informatics Concentration)
I earned undergraduate degrees in 1993 and 1997, so a lot of time passed between earning those degrees and enrolling in a graduate program. After getting married, having kids, and finally finding the time for graduate work, I made the decision to complete an online program.
Eight weeks in any graduate studies program goes by quick. At the outset of the Master’s in Health Administration program, I did not know what to expect.
My search for a school that met all my requirements required thorough research and several interviews with admissions coordinators. Ultimately these led me to SJU.
The decision to attend graduate school can be a tough one for many reasons including things like time commitment, financial commitment, determining the right degree, etc.
Pursuing a Master’s degree has proven to be both rewarding and challenging. These may vary from student to student and be dependent on many factors such as current job status, financial status, preferred learning environment, level of self-discipline, marital or family status, etc.