Health Services Administration MHSA

Master of Health Services Administration

Opportunities for trained health service administrators are growing rapidly, making this profession sought after by many. The Master of Health Services Administration program focuses on the management and administration of health services delivered within a variety of organizational settings. By pursuing this graduate degree, you will become better equipped to design, implement, and manage health delivery systems by learning about strategic planning, marketing, administration, finance, and other necessary skills for career success.

Industry Highlights

In today's managed care environment, the demand is high for public health professionals who specialize in health services administration.

- ExploreHealthCareers.org

Career Opportunities

  • Physician Practices
  • Home Healthcare Agencies
  • Long-Term Care Facilities
  • Transitional Care Units
  • Rehabilitation Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Clinics

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of small class sizes, personalized plans of study, accessible faculty, and an instructional staff with years of experience. Our MHSA program is the only program formally accredited in the state of Georgia outside of Atlanta.


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