This program is only available for contract (i.e. for employers who wish to commission and fund an exclusive cohort of the program for their employees). If you'd like to learn more about this program, please contact us by submitting the form on the left of this page. Thank you!
This online program, which is embedded in the Master of Public Administration, prepares students to critically analyze, improve and implement effective public policy in public- and private-sector programs and services that focus on the health care industry.
Through this program, individuals with degrees in various disciplines will acquire an understanding of health care administration that will enable them to apply their expertise to this critically important field. Moreover, those who have clinical backgrounds but no formal management training will acquire the skills and competencies necessary for supervising workers in health care settings.
See the MPA Health Administration option page for more information. Nine units of credit earned in this certificate program can also be used to satisfy the requirements of the CSUN Master of Science in Health Administration (MSHA).
Please note: This certificate program is only available to individuals as an embedded offering within the MPA program, and to groups via contracted training (i.e. employers who wish to commission and fund an exclusive cohort of the program for their employees).
This program is taught in the cohort format in which students enter and proceed through the course of instruction as a group. Features unique to the cohort format:
- A predetermined course schedule
- Guaranteed enrollment in every class
- Courses presented sequentially, one at a time, in an accelerated mode
- Interactive group learning
- Online MPA courses start Fall 2018
Those who wish to take the MPA with the Health Administration option must apply for admission to the Fall 2017 semester.
The certificate program's curriculum comprises five Health Sciences courses that concentrate on crucial aspects of health administration.
|HSCI 513||Leadership in Health Administration Practice|
|HSCI 523||Seminar in Health-Care Organization|
|HSCI 613||Managing Change in Health-Care Organizations|
|HSCI 510||Systems for Health Delivery in the U.S.|
|HSCI 511||Health Services Administration Theory and Practice|
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