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Health Administration

The M.S. in Health Administration includes five core courses, five administrative courses (4 required, 1 elective), one health services elective component, and an integrative capstone course. Two graduate courses (6 credits) may be transferred with the approval of the Director as long as they meet program and University standards.

The requirements include the following twelve courses:

Core Component (five required)

HSV 550

Health Services Research (HED 4025)

HAD 552
(4605)

Health Administration

HAD 553
(4645)

Health Care Organization

HAD 600
(4745)

Ethics of Health Care

HSV 551

Managed Health Care (HAD 4765)

Administrative Component (four required)

HAD 554
(4655)

Health Care Law

HAD 560
(4665)

Health Care Informatics

HAD 555
(4675)

Accounting for Health Care Organizations

HAD 556
(4685)

Financial Management of Health Care Organizations

plus one course from the following:

HAD 561
(4155)

Health Care and the Internet

HAD 557
(4635)

Health Care Strategic Planning and Marketing

HAD 558
(4715)

Hospital Administration

HAD 559
(4805)

Health Policy

Health Services Component (one required):

HAD 570
(4625)

Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability

HAD 602
(4955)

Directed Research in Health Services

HED 571
(4625)

Employee Assistance and Occupational Health

HED 552
(4805)

Epidemiology and Community Health

HED 575
(4855)

Stress and Crisis Management

HAD 601
(5025)

Fieldwork in Health Administration

*Other HAD/HED/GRG/SOC courses as approved by the Director

Research Component (one required):

HSV 700

Integrative Capstone Course in Health Services (HAD 6025)