Nursing Administration Certificate

The Nursing Administration program is designed for students who have previously earned the Master of Science in Nursing degree. This graduate certificate will prepare you in becoming an administrator that handles demanding responsibilities in managing the delivery of healthcare in various settings. Savannah serves as a regional medical hub that offers you varied clinical opportunities for practice and experience.

Industry Highlights

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

- ExploreHealthCareers.org

Career Opportunities

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


Read More Armstrong Faculty, Students and Alumni Attend Public Health Conference

(October 12, 2015) - Armstrong’s Master of Public Health Program was well-represented at the State of Public Health Conference on October 6 in Athens, Ga.  

Read More Voices of Hope: Armstrong leads autism community support, outreach

(September 1, 2015) Lakesha Lewis, a behavior therapist and Master of Public Health candidate at Armstrong, has been making waves within coastal Georgia’s autism support network since moving to Savannah from Los Angeles five years ago.

Read More Nandi Marshall Appointed to American Public Health Association Science

(June 20, 2015) — Dr. Nandi A. Marshall, assistant professor of health sciences at Armstrong State University, has been appointed to the American Public Health Association (APHA) Science Board.

Read More Two New Nursing Programs Launched

(Dec. 20, 2014) — In response to a growing demand for nursing professionals, the College of Health Professions at Armstrong State University—the number one producer of undergraduate health professionals in the University System of Georgia since 2007—has launched two new nursing programs that will help remedy the projected shortage of nurses statewide.

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