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Valparaiso University’s MS in Health Management and Policy Prepares Students for In-Demand Careers in 2014


Healthcare professionals in Valparaiso University’s 100% online graduate program choose from among four specializations.

By Bisk on January 20, 2014
Valparaiso University’s MS in Health Management and Policy Prepares Students for In-Demand Careers in 2014

With rapid job growth set to continue in the health care industry in 2014, U.S. News & World Report-ranked Valparaiso University offers a 100% online Master of Science in Health Management (MS-HMP) program that prepares professionals for career advancement in four in-demand specializations.

Hiring opportunities for medical and health services managers nationwide are expected to jump by 22% this decade as baby boomers reach retirement age and the federal Affordable Care Act provides billions of dollars in funding for new health centers.

Health management professionals are relied upon to organize and manage patient information and medical facility staff, ensure compliance with regulations, facilitate improvements to the quality of care and incorporate the latest technology.

Valparaiso University’s 100% online MS-HMP prepares students for leadership roles in this complex and evolving profession, with specialties offering highly relevant skills: Strategic Decision Making, Health Informatics, Gerontology and Forensic Health.

Accessible anytime, anywhere via mobile device, laptop or desktop, and powered by University Alliance technology, Valparaiso University’s online program features instructor-led video-based lectures, discussion boards and chat rooms.

“Valparaiso University’s 100% online MS in Health Management graduate degree provides the next-generation skills and knowledge that healthcare leaders need to thrive in this fascinating and fulfilling profession,” said Adrian Marrullier, University Alliance’s Executive Vice President of Enrollment Services and Marketing.

 The deadline to apply for the Spring II, 2014 session is Feb. 26, 2014

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