Mount Saint Mary's University, Los Angeles - Healthcare Administration

    Dr. Stephen Inrig, Director MSHCA


    In concert with Mount Saint Mary's commitment to building leadership skills and fostering a spirit of service, the Mount's Master of Science in Healthcare Administration will prepare a diverse group of health leaders and administrators who promote effective care systems, champion effective health policies, and create and apply evidence-based knowledge that serves and improves the health of people and communities in California and beyond. This mission flows from the graduate school and Mount Saint Mary's larger vision: to offer a dynamic learning experience in the liberal arts and sciences to a diverse student body and we are dedicated to providing a superior education enhanced by an emphasis on building leadership skills and fostering a spirit to serve others. Our measure of success is graduates who are committed to using their knowledge and skills to better themselves, their environments, and the world.

    Integration of the Liberal Arts
    The Master of Science in Healthcare Administration program incorporates an understanding of the needs of a population and the concerns of family, significant others, and communities through valuing and supporting the individual's decisions with his/her health care and advocating for the client. Students are exposed to complex cultural issues and are able to respond to the needs of various groups. In addition, the MSHCA curriculum presents various theories including ethical frameworks which support the adherence to one's ethical and moral values to ensure safety and quality for the clients. Knowledge and skills from information sciences, health communication, and health literacy are utilized by master's-prepared policy analysts and managers in their practice.

    M.S.H.C.A.: Healthcare Administration

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