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.
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:
The graduate program prepares a student for health care administration in various settings.
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The 18 credits that a student minoring in Health Services Administration takes will inform them of the professional management of health care, its operation, ethics, laws pertaining to it, working with patients, staff and the general functions of health care facilities.
As the healthcare industry expands its use of technology to improve efficiency and quality in delivering patient information, the demand for healthcare information technology specialists is surging.
Degree prepares graduates for careers as: Health software and infrastructure architects/developers; health information manager/ analysts; health database managers.
Promote efficiencies in healthcare systems operations and champion effective health policies to improve public health with an M.B.A concentrating on Healthcare Systems from St. John's University.
The nursing program in St. John’s University’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences provides a stellar education within the context of our Catholic and Vincentian tradition, which is rich in its perspectives of human dignity, freedom, justice, truth, and respect for the natural world. This is a licensure qualifying program open to applicants with good moral character and demonstrated academic ability.
St. John’s University’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences offers a graduate program leading to a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Physician Assistant. PAs (physician associates/physician assistants) are licensed clinicians who practice medicine in every specialty and setting. Trusted, rigorously educated and trained healthcare professionals, PAs are dedicated to expanding access to care and transforming health and wellness through patient-centered, team-based medical practice.
The Public Health program at St. John’s University - the first of its kind in Queens, NY - was created to address the urgent need and demand for public health professionals and to meet the challenges of public health in local, state, national, and global communities. Offered at both our Queens’ campus and online, this program continues the Vincentian tradition at St. John’s to address poverty and social injustice by empowering individuals to work with local and global communities to improve health and protect the public.
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St. John’s offers a free online application for all 100+ undergraduate programs, and graduate applications carry a low cost for most programs.