Lots of health care courses to customize your program
The classes offered made me feel like I would be properly prepared to work in the variety of fields available in health care administration. The core courses are all health care focused, so areas like accounting, marketing and ethics are all specifically geared to health care. Then the five areas of specialization allow students to customize the program further. Another important aspect of the program that drew me to Utica College was the virtual residencies. It made me feel more comfortable knowing that I would be required to communicate and develop a relationship with the professors and classmates. The four residencies allow collaboration despite work schedules, geographic location and time zone differences. I had taken online classes at Michigan State University and was never able to really put faces to names. I saw a picture and read a biography of their experiences, but I never created the relationship that is possible with the professors in the health care administration program at UC.
So far so good!
Utica College seemed to align with my values in a college and I am extremely pleased with my experiences so far. I am confident I made the best decision regarding my master’s education!
About the Author
Lindsay DeCamp lives in Eaton Rapids, MI with her husband and two kitties, Luna and Finnigan. She graduated from Michigan State University with her bachelor's degree in psychology in 2013. She has a passion for the health care field, which led her to pursue her master's in Health Care Administration through Utica College. She loves to read, bake, scrapbook, kayak and dance in her free time.