The Online Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Administration is a non-matriculating program, designed for individuals who would like to explore a career in healthcare administration, who already have a graduate degree but need to develop specific healthcare management skills, or would like to enroll in a selected set of graduate healthcare administration courses. Courses taken in the certificate program can later be applied to the Master of Healthcare Administration degree program, once an application has been submitted and accepted.
How Do I Apply?
To apply to the online Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Administration please submit an online application
, along with the following:
- Official undergraduate and graduate transcripts;
- An essay answering the question provided in the application;
- A resume; and
- Three Letters of Recommendation.
For more information, please contact Regina Efimchik at (973) 761-9698 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The tuition for the Online Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Administration covers all fees and tuition relating to the courses, and the on-campus orientation weekend residency (hotel, meals, etc.). Expenses not included in tuition are the application fee, books, travel to and from the residency, and your computer. Please call (973) 761-9698 for the current tuition.
We encourage you to learn more about financial aid. This link will explain some options that you have for financing your MHA degree
. Some financial aid options may include employer tuition remission programs and the G.I. Bill Yellow Ribbon Program.
The Online Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Administration is earned by successfully completing three required courses, two elective online courses and one independent study (minimum of 15 credits).
Required Courses (8 credits)
|HCAD 7521||Introduction to Healthcare Systems/Orientation Residency||2|
|HCAD 7513||Healthcare Management||3|
|HCAD 7514||Healthcare Financial Management and Accounting||3|
Elective Courses (minimum 7 credits)
Complete any 2 of the following courses:
|HCAD 6002||Research Methods and Statistical Analysis||3|
|HCAD 6005||Financial Management and Control||3|
|HCAD 7518||Managing Community Health Services||3|
|HCAD 8523||Healthcare Ethics||2|
|HCAD 8514||Healthcare Economics||3|
|HCAD 8517||Strategic Planning and Marketing||3|
|HCAD 8518||Legal and Human Resource Issues in Healthcare||3|
|HCAD 8521||Quality and Information Management Systems||3|
|HCAD 8531||Managing Emergency Preparedness and Health Security||3|
|HCAD 85xx||Independent Study||1|
The "PSMA" course designation has been changed to "HCAD" as of fall 2011