Earn a Master's in Health Services Administration and a Master's in Public Health.
The DUAL DEGREE program is ideal for students interested in both a public health career and a career as a health care administrator within the traditional health care settings. Examples of job opportunities range from employment in the private sector or government agencies, as well as leadership roles in health care organizations such as hospitals, health insurance companies, clinics, and medical offices, to name a few.
Save time and tuition
By itself, the Master’s Degree in Health Management program requires 45 credits, a 200-hour internship, and a Capstone project. While the DUAL DEGREE programs consists of only 9 additional credits for a total of 54 credits, 240-hours of field experience, and the same Capstone project.
Therefore, with only nine additional credits, the DUAL DEGREE offers graduates substantial tuition savings, while providing the long term career benefits of both degrees.
Internships and help graduates get hired
Employers favor job candidates with previous health care supervisory or health care experience, therefore, a one or two semester internship is recommended.
Ideal for working adults
The DUAL DEGREE classes are held two nights a week on campus or online. Class schedules promote a flexible environment for networking with classmates while maintaining your busy life and work schedule.