Healthcare is one of the largest and fastest-growing industries in the United States. Innovations in technology and medical practice are driving nearly constant change, requiring industry professionals to continue their education, as well as be familiar with emerging trends, news, and technologies. The resources in this section can help you keep up with advancements in the field, as well as help serve as a resource for your professional growth.
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. Howeverread More
One of the challenges of being in an online program and not being local to anyone or the university itself is that there are not too many options available for meeting up with classmates to study. For those of you who may not be used to collaborating with other classmates, it will take someread More
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. My professional goals are to be a health care leader with a focus on informatics. I have spent my entire adult life in healthread More
If you have made it to the capstone project, then congratulations are in order, because you are nearly completed with the program! In my opinion, this will be one of the most interesting assignments you will complete throughout this program.read More
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.read More
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