The graduate and undergraduate programs in health administration (bachelor's degree, master's degree, and graduate certificates) prepare students to become managers in a variety of settings including hospitals; clinics; community health, home care, assisted living/senior housing communities; managed care organizations; physician practices; advocacy organizations and professional associations; the insurance industry; and consultant services. Graduates of our programs work in both the public and private sectors and hold a variety of managerial positions.
Programs in Health Administration
Prepares health care professionals to become leaders and executive-level managers in a variety of systems and organizations within the health care field.
Prepares working clinicians and administrative support staff to implement quality improvement initiatives and to optimize efficiency and effectiveness of care and services.
Provides graduates with the operational, marketing, resident care, and hospitality services skills required to become effective executives and managers of senior housing communities.
Prepares graduates to serve in entry-level management, administrative and support positions in a variety of health-related organizations and settings.
Provides foundational knowledge required for work as an administrator or manager of residential communities for older adults.
Martin Perlin, DBA, MBA
Section Chief, Programs in Health Administration