CSUEB's master degree in health care offers more internship options for students

  • February 15, 2013 5:15am

Internships for Cal State East Bay’s Online Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MS-HCA) program are now available at Kaiser, Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital and Stanford Hospital.  

The online MS-HCA program has been designed to provide working health care professionals with the knowledge, skill sets and abilities needed to be effective health care administrators and managers. Students in the MS-HCA program acquire the analytical skills needed to explore new models of health care delivery and organizational design. They also develop the leadership skills needed to discover and implement creative solutions to problems in the current health care system.

The MS-HCA program was accepted as a participant in the Higher Education Network created by the American College Health Care Executives and currently participates in the California Association of Healthcare Leaders.

To learn more about CSUEB’s Online MS in Health Care Administration, visit here.


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