The Health Services Administration major prepares students for entry-level positions in healthcare. The program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for administrative positions in nursing homes, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, managed care, and the many other organizations providing health care in American society. A special track focuses upon health care delivery to the elderly. This major integrates courses in the Social Sciences, Business and Public Administration as well as the Liberal Arts for a total of 127 credits. An important program component is an internship in a nursing home, hospital, managed care, public health agency or other organization during the senior year. Advanced standing in the Marywood University's Graduate Department of Nursing and Public Administration is available to qualified majors for a five-year degree option.
Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1
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