As the nearly 75 million Americans in the baby boom cohort continue to age, the demand for excellent health care particularly for adults and the elderly will continue to soar. This means countless career opportunities, and all the more reason to pursue our Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) with a concentration in Gerontology. Examine the issues, challenges, and social aspects facing this fast-growing population of aging adults, and develop an understanding of the skills needed to improve the quality of long-term care—so you’ll be ready to excel across workplaces and industries.
Offered 100% online with no residency required, this career-advancing program from Concordia University, Nebraska can be earned in as little as two years and is taught by healthcare leaders through a Christian ethics framework. Its intensive and practical curriculum is designed for experienced industry professionals as well as aspiring graduate students who demonstrate a passion for helping the aging population.
Apply best practice business principles, including theory and techniques, to the healthcare environment.
Communicate clearly, concisely, and effectively within the context of professional healthcare environments.
Employ key elements of leadership in the decision-making process and identify, direct, and resolve considerations as a servant leader.
Incorporate moral principles in a healthcare organization and infuse Christian values into all ethical dilemmas and their resolutions.
Convey various healthcare issues, trends, and perspectives to stakeholders and develop solutions that benefit everyone involved.
The next start date for Gerontology is Monday, May 1.
Concordia University, Nebraska’s Master of Healthcare Administration is a 36 credit-hour degree program. Concordia will accept up to 9 credit hours of qualifying transfer credit for this online program.
At Concordia, we don’t require you take tests before you start your program. The GRE and GMAT are not necessary for you to pursue your potential and get started on your degree today.