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2013-2015 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Health Care Administration, M.S., Long-Term Care Concentration


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M.S., Health Care Administration


Advisor: Summer McGee, PhD, CPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

 

A total of 42 graduate credits is required for completion of the master of science in health care administration. The program consists of nine required courses (27 credits) plus five courses (15 credits) that may be taken as unrestricted electives or used to complete one of the six concentrations in the master’s program.

Students entering this program who lack adequate preparation in quantitative techniques may be required to undertake additional study in order to satisfy a prerequisite requirement. Adequate preparation is defined as satisfactory completion of three credits of introductory statistics.

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*M.S. Health Care students may use HCAD 6601  in lieu of MGMT 6637  to satisfy listed prerequisites for graduate courses.

Concentration in Long-Term Care


There are two options for the concentration in long-term care. Please contact the program coordinator prior to selecting an option as the State of Connecticut has different requirements for each.

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In addition to the master of science program, health care concentrations are available in both the M.B.A. and Public Administration, M.P.A., Health Care Management Concentration , Public Administration, M.P.A., Long-Term Health Care Concentration  programs, as are graduate certificates in the health care field. See Table of Contents to locate related programs.

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