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Part time MSc Programs in Administration in North America 2020

The Master of Science, or MSc, is an academic degree awarded to those who effectively complete about two years of intensive study on a given topic. Many MSc courses offer a combination of classroom and research-based curriculum.

In an administration program, students may often choose to major in public or business administration. Within these areas, some students specialize in accounting, design management and international business or public relations.

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Missouri State University

The Master of Science in Administrative Studies is a cross-disciplinary program which features enhancement of administrative abilities with areas of emphasis in Applied C ... [+]

Master of Science in Administrative Studies

The Master of Science in Administrative Studies is a cross-disciplinary program which features enhancement of administrative abilities with areas of emphasis in Applied Communication, Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Environmental Management, Project Management, and Sports Management. The program is designed to meet the needs of individuals who are established in careers and are seeking professional growth and advancement within their vocations. The 33-hour program builds upon past work experience and allows participants to expand their knowledge base, abilities, and skills which can lead to enhanced administrative roles within organizations.... [-]

USA Springfield
September 2020
Part-time
4 semesters
Online & Campus Combined
Johns Hopkins University, Advanced Academic Programs

The Johns Hopkins MS in Research Administration is designed to benefit research practitioners, including those currently working in higher education, government agencies, ... [+]

The Johns Hopkins MS in Research Administration is designed to benefit research practitioners, including those currently working in higher education, government agencies, and independent foundations, as well as those who seek to begin a career in research administration. Students will examine how the research enterprise is organized and led across the U.S. and internationally. Both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors will be examined to highlight any similarities and/or differences. Students will also learn about the management of sponsored research programs in areas related to finance, information technology, and legal, ethical, regulatory, and compliance considerations.

Students must complete all academic work in a master’s degree or certificate program within five years.... [-]

USA Washington
January 2020
Part-time
1 - 5 years
Online
University of Louisville

The Department of Health Management and Systems Sciences designed the MSHA program to deepen knowledge of environments, processes, structures, and strategies that are dri ... [+]

Overview

The Department of Health Management and Systems Sciences designed the MSHA program to deepen knowledge of environments, processes, structures, and strategies that are driving disruption in healthcare. The curriculum has 3 main components:

Exploration of broad principles and key influencers of leading healthcare organizations. Examination of evidence-based and data-driven frameworks for strategic leadership and effective management of healthcare organizations and issues. Analysis of the external healthcare and policy environments that impact population and community healthcare management.

The MSHA program uses UofL’s Population Health Leadership (PHL) Competency Model, a modified version of the National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL) competency model. The PHL Competency Model has 27 competency domains. The competencies are grouped into four areas: (1) Management & Leadership, (2) Critical Thinking, Analysis, & Problem Solving, (3) Communication and Interpersonal Effectiveness, (4) Professionalism & Ethics.... [-]

USA Louisville
September 2020
Part-time
2 years
Campus
George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences

The MSHS in Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management requires successful completion of 36 credit hours. ... [+]

The MSHS in Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management requires successful completion of 36 credit hours.

MSHS Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management Courses (33 credit hours)

All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted.

CML 6202: Human Resource Development CML 6275: Leadership and Change COHM 6210: Strategic Communications COHM 6215: Introduction to Clinical Public Health COHM 6220: Finance for Healthcare Operations Specialists COHM 6320: Informatics for Operational Leadership and Health Care Quality COHM 6430: Healthcare Systems Operations COHM 6465: Practicum COHM 6470: Applications in Clinical Operations and Health Care Management HSCI 6223: Topics in Healthcare Leadership HSCI 6241: The Health Care Enterprise ... [-]
USA Washington
March 2020
Part-time
Online