The Health Systems Administration program prepares graduates to assume leadership positions in the integrated delivery systems that characterize contemporary healthcare organizations.
The 34 credit program can be completed in 24 months (full-time) or 30 months (part-time).
Nurse manager and nurse executive roles have evolved significantly in response to changes in the healthcare industry, which requires sophisticated business knowledge and skills.
Health systems administration is a discipline that synthesizes the clinical aspects of nursing administration with theories and methods of business administration. The Health Systems Administration program integrates these elements into a program that provides essential tools for professional success.
Combining internet-based learning for the academic portions of the program alongside three major management-related internships arranged at convenient locations, the M.S.N. Health Systems Administration program will appeal to ambitious working nurses who may be managing a number of work and home priorities.
Who Should Apply?
This program is ideal for those registered nurses holding a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree who want to specialize in health systems administration in a variety of settings.
Making a Difference In and Around New Jersey
Graduates of this program, alongside the College’s other alumni, have gone on to become dedicated healthcare professionals all over New Jersey and beyond. In fact, it is estimated that every hospital in the state employs at least one Seton Hall nursing alum – but beyond that, our graduates impact the lives of patients in areas as far and wide as Florida, Arizona and even Iraq. These individuals range from nurse practitioners, to nursing directors and officers, to presidents and CEOs of healthcare organizations. Why not become one of them?
Click the “Request Information” button on the right to start your path toward becoming one of New Jersey’s newest healthcare leaders!