| ACADEMICS | Graduate School | Graduate Programs | Master of Science in Health Care Administration
Admissions TestsThe M.S. in Health Care Administration requires students to take either the GMAT (preferred) or GRE. Typical scores of accepted students should be near the 50th percentile in all areas.Applicants can be accepted to this program on a rolling admissions policy. Applicants may take up to 6 credits (typically 2 classes) before being accepted into this program.
Core CoursesRequired: 9-courses, 27 credit hours. Students who demonstrate equivalent academic background may be allowed to substitute electives for one or more core courses with the permission of the coordinator.
Electives6 credit hours, choose 2 of the following:
Note: Students may choose non-health care courses as electives with the prior approval of the coordinator.
Capstone3 credit hours, choose 1 of the following
Total Program: 12 courses, 36 credit hours
Suggested Sequence of Courses for a Typical Student(Please note: course schedules may vary each year.)
First Year Fall: (6 credits)
Spring: (6 credits)
Summer: (6 credits)
Second Year Fall: (6 credits)
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