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Health Administration, M.S.

Clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals can earn an M.S. in Health Administration in 18 months, attending class 1 night a week. The curriculum is an innovative and contemporary blend of health administration and business course work that focuses on community-minded service leadership. At the end of the program, students have the opportunity to apply their knowledge by interacting with local healthcare executives in a consultation project designed to provide the healthcare organization with answers to questions, program or marketing research data, opportunity exploration, or project development. Graduates of our program are trained to assume leadership roles, with the knowledge and skills to become a force for change and improvement in healthcare services.

Impact the future of health care with your master's degree in Health Administration.

  • Accredited by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE)
  • 18 months to completion
  • Pre-planned, modular program
  • GMAT’s and/or GRE’s are not required for admission
  • No tests—grades based on papers, presentations and projects
  • Full-time status for purposes of financial aid
  • Large, established alumni network
  • Full-time faculty and expert adjuncts committed to student success in healthcare

If you have a bachelor’s degree and can spare 1 night a week for 18 months to transform your future in the dynamic healthcare industry, contact us today at:

585.594.6990 or HEALTH_ADMINISTRATION@roberts.edu


What our graduates say about the Master's of Health Administration:

"The Master's of Health Administration program at Roberts Wesleyan College provides its students with the tools they need to grow as professionals, leaders, and people. I am confident that its graduates will continue to be leaders and change agents upon the shifting landscape of the health care industry in the United States." (David Fagan, Senior Compensation Analyst Paychex, Inc. and MHA 2012 Graduate)

Read David's blog post The Impact of a Master's degree in Health Administration?