Health Administration (M.S.)
Fordham’s M.S. in Health Administration program will provide you with the concrete skills and comprehensive industry knowledge required for you to become an innovator in healthcare administration—in hospitals, private practice, public health, healthcare unions, insurance companies, and many other settings.
The program joins together the resources of three of Fordham’s highly-respected graduate schools—the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Gabelli School of Business, and the Graduate School of Social Service—to deliver an exciting, multifaceted curriculum taught by distinguished faculty and seasoned healthcare professionals. The one-year MS in Health Administration leads to a degree from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Complete the program in 12 months—while working full time—with our executive-style curriculum; classes are held two weekends per month from late-August to late-July (including intensives and online instruction), for a total of 14 courses and 31 credits
Build relationships through the program’s cohort model, which brings together a diverse group of students from all facets of the healthcare industry
Attend classes at our conveniently-located Lincoln Center campus in midtown Manhattan
To learn more about the M.S. in Health Administration, visit the Fordham website.
All courses are scheduled for intensive, Saturday/Sunday format.
|HADM 5000||Health Administration: The Individual and the Profession 1||2|
|HADM 5075||Introduction to Health Administration||2|
|HADM 5200||Understanding Data||2|
|HADM 5100||Healthcare Ethics||3|
|HADM 5300||Strategy and Operations||2|
|HADM 5400||Leadership and Change||2|
|HADM 5500||Healthcare Law||2|
|HADM 5600||Behavioral Health and Primary Care||2|
|HADM 5700||Population Health, Public Health, and Outcome Measures||3|
|HADM 5800||Patient Centered Integrated Care||2|
|HADM 6100||Health Information Technology||2|
|HADM 5900||Healthcare Finance||2|
|HADM 6000||Negotiating and Communicating in Healthcare||2|
|HADM 6200||Capstone Project: Problem Formulation||0|
|HADM 6300||Capstone Project: Design & Methods||0|
|HADM 6400||Capstone Project: Presentations||3|
This pre-program intensive class begins on a Friday and ends on a Sunday.