MS in Health Care Administration Curriculum
The MS in Health Care Administration curriculum from Utica College broadens your professional knowledge base and offers excellent networking potential with a diverse group of peers and faculty from around the country.
Our online classes are small and students and graduate program faculty work together closely together in a virtual atmosphere designed to promote personal and professional development. You can complete the 36-credit master's program by completing six 8-week courses each year.
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Online Synchronous Residencies
The Health Care Administration Program requires online attendance in four Synchronous Residencies. Each of these interactions will occur at the initiation of the following courses: Note see master schedule for course times.
- HCA 521 – Health Care Systems
- HCA 525 – Organizational Leadership
- HCA 531 – Leadership in Marketing and Strategic Planning
- HCA 613 – The Health Care Administrator Leader
A Synchronous Residence is an online learning environment in which a professor has the ability to engage with multiple online students at the same time, in a virtual classroom setting. This venue will provide tools for online presentations and a space for discussion and sharing of materials regardless of bandwidth, geographic location, or operating system. Professors schedule the Residencies to accommodate students’ work schedules and time zone differences to create a collaborative learning forum.
Download the Health Care Administration Course Map in PDF format.
If you have questions regarding our Synchronous Residence requirements, or the online Health Care Administration master's degree, Request More Information or call us at 315.732.2640 or toll-free at 866.295.3106.