About the Program Health Services Administration and Master of Public Health Dual degree
The Master of Science in Health Services Administration and Master of Public Health dual degree program (MSHSA-MPH) is a seven (7) semester graduate education program offered through the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Division of Graduate Clinical Sciences and Health Management Programs.
The MSHSA-MPH dual degree program offers a high-quality educational experience that reflects the missions of Barry University and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
The program provides students with the opportunity to learn the analytical and organizational skills necessary to solve complex problems and collaborate with other professionals to meet the public health needs of a multicultural community in a safe and ethical manner. Additionally, students will explore the concept of social justice and strategies for combating health disparities nationally and internationally.
This program is structured to include coursework in a number of health disciplines. A solid knowledge base in Health Services Administration and Public Health collectively offers an abundance of career opportunities to suit a variety of interests and skills in the Healthcare Industry. The program helps prepare students for positions in management and administration in many health care settings, including hospitals, physicians offices, nursing homes, the insurance industry, and others sectors of the health care industry.