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Masters of Science in Health Administration - MS HA Self-Support (Evening)

Program Overview
Master of Science in Health Administration (MS HA) is one of the fastest growing disciplines in the world. The degree prepares graduates to counter wide-ranging issues prevalent in the healthcare industry. It provides an opportunity to graduates who prefer to work in leading health care organizations, in both public and private sector. This program aims to cater current and future healthcare administrators to broaden their experience and knowledge, as well as improve their strategic and executive approach to the healthcare industry.
Program Structure
MS in Health Administration is a two-year program comprising of three semester course work and a six months allowance for thesis writing after the course work. The maximum duration for completion is 4 years. M.S. in Health Administration has been designed to provide a combination of course work as well as research opportunities.
The MS HA degree will be awarded upon completion of 24 credit hours' coursework (12 credit hours' core courses+12 credit hours' specialization courses) and a research thesis of 6 credit hours (Two additional specialization courses can be opted in place of the thesis as per HEC policy).
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Core Courses 15
Specialized Courses 09
Research Project 06
Total Credit Hours 30
Further Education & Career Prospects
The Program prepares students to assume leadership positions in a broad range of health services organizations, including both public sector and private hospitals. Moreover, having a master's degree in health administration, one can be assured of many exciting career opportunities in the future.

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