Page2 of2, top Master Programs in Administration in North America 2019/2020
A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Administration programs give students a background in courses such as political science, economics and administrative law. Some students may also choose to study business and management for a more thorough understanding of the field.
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The program offers three areas of specialization: Management of Organizations, Finance and Marketing, has a duration of 2 years and 2.5 years including obtaining the degree.
Using a theory to practitioner model, the mission of the Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education master’s degree program is to prepare student affairs professionals with the competencies to work effectively within the complex political, economic, cultural, and social contexts of higher education.
Our program prepares you for a career in health care management and administration. Managing health care organizations in today's dynamic and complex environment is a challenging profession, and qualified executives are needed to lead organizations in providing high-quality patient care in the most cost-effective manner.
Cambridge Graduate University is designed to provide global leaders with the tools, network, global understandings, and existential logic to have 21st Century global impact.
The Master in Public Administration: Non-Profit Management program prepares graduates for administrative management positions in nonprofit organizations and other organizations that regulate or fund nonprofit organizations.
The Master of Public Administration: Health Services Administration program prepares graduates for management positions in health services organizations. The skills and knowledge required to perform effectively as health services administrators are acquired both in the classroom and in the field.
A hands-on program that prepares students for careers in a variety of administrative roles in health care. In addition to coursework in science, business, social sciences and health care administration, the major includes a 12-month practicum at a healthcare facility.
Graduates of the MHA program will have enhanced their management/administrative background and specialty area through the completion of a curriculum that provides students with the latest theories and contemporary practice applications.
This course of study focuses on practical applications from both business and health service fields of knowledge.
The mission of the MHA is to teach and prepare individuals for managerial and leadership roles in the challenging and complex field of healthcare administration.
The focus of this program is management within the health care industry, which can include hospital administration, department management and practice management, among other career paths.
Career health care professionals who want to improve their prospects for advancement, network with other healthcare professionals, and improve their understanding of this dynamic industry can study business fundamentals in the healthcare industry.
For more than 40 years, the University of Ottawa MHA program at the Telfer School of Management has equipped Canada’s future healthcare managers with the knowledge and skills to succeed in this challenging field.
The Healthcare Administration MicroMasters program will introduce learners to management and leadership frameworks, theories and case studies, specific to healthcare organizations. It will also prepare students with the skills to manage the complex issues inherent in healthcare systems and lead in the public health sector.
The Certified Lifestyle Medicine Executive MicroMasters program will introduce you to leadership frameworks and prepare you to manage the complex issues in public health, healthcare systems, and related industries. You will learn the skills required to prevent and address human disease through the use of lifestyle medicine and population-based healthcare delivery models that engage the individual, community and the larger society.