With an MS in Healthcare Administration: Forensic Health, you’ll be on the cutting edge of an exciting and dynamic field. Forensic professionals collect, identify and analyze physical evidence related to criminal investigations, using the latest field and laboratory techniques.
The employment outlook for forensic professionals is excellent, as methods for analyzing evidence play an increasingly greater role in legal outcomes. As a graduate student, you’ll prepare for leadership careers in a crime laboratory, criminal investigations, crime scene investigation, and crime scene analysis.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that health and biomedical jobs will grow during 2010 to 2020 by 22%. This is higher growth than any other field.
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This program teaches professionals to understand forensic health issues as they relate to violent crimes, such as intra-familial violence, sexual violence, workplace violence and homicide. Graduates will learn and understand the legal ramifications of victim and perpetrator rights, juvenile offenders, and correctional health systems.
Upon completing the Master of Science in Healthcare Administration: Forensic Health, you will have the knowledge needed to pursue senior-level positions in organizations such as:
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Whether you are already working in the healthcare field, but looking to advance your career with new credentials on your resume – or whether you are interested in transitioning into a medical career – a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration: Forensic Health, positions you for career success.