Marshall University’s Master of Science in Health Care Administration program, offered by the Lewis College of Business, has just made the list of America’s Best 30 MHA Degree Programs 2016 by HealthcareAdministrator.org.
“This is quite an honor,” said Glen Midkiff, director of stakeholder engagement for the college. “Programs were selected by virtue of their quality, types of courses offered, faculty strength, awards and overall reputation.”
Dr. Margie McInerney, associate dean of graduate programs for the College of Business said, “I’m thrilled that our health care administration graduate program has been honored with this distinction. This accolade is indicative of the outstanding faculty we have and their commitment to providing an exceptional education to our health care administration graduate students.”
A master’s degree in the health care sector will give students the knowledge and competencies that are usually needed for superior careers in health care administration. This can include work at hospitals, clinics, hospices and other organization that reach out to the welfare of the public as a whole.
Anyone interested in applying to the health care administration graduate program should contact Wes Spradlin, assistant director of the Graduate School of Management, by calling 304-746-8964 or e-mailing email@example.com.