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Healthcare Systems, Master of Science

Graduate program for the development of heath care administrators.

The Health Care Systems program prepares graduates to work in the administration of facilities such as: outpatient clinics, private medical offices and hospitals.

The graduate of this program will be leading people, managing resources, maintaining and improving health in the community.

Your work will be with team members, both clinical and professional, servicing the community to manage their health care needs.

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    Degree Type
    Area of Interest
    Nursing, Pharmacy & Health Sciences
    Associated Colleges or Schools
    Program Location
    • Queens Campus
    Required Credit Hours


    Admission to the M.S. in Health Care Systems is contingent upon an assessment of the candidate’s ability to successfully pursue graduate study. Ability is demonstrated by previous academic performance, letters of recommendation, and other factors that suggest academic potential and motivation.

    Degree candidates must provide the following for admission consideration:

    • Evidence of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, including official transcripts from each institution attended.
    • Two to three letters of recommendation from instructors/professors or other qualified individuals.
    • Statement of purpose

    Contact the Division of Health and Human Services

    The graduate program prepares a student for health care administration in various settings.

    Joan Tropnas, Ph.D.

    Chair, Division of Health and Human Services

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