Dr. Tirizia York has been the Master of Healthcare Administration program director at Concordia University, Nebraska since 2017. Her favorite part of the job is working with students to help them find their area of expertise within the field of healthcare administration.
Dr. York earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a Master of Arts Degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice from Lincoln University, followed by a Master of Business Administration with Health Services Management Concentration from Keller Graduate School of Management and Ph.D. in Human Services with a Healthcare Administration Concentration from Capella University.
Dr. York is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Gerontological Society of America and the Academy for Gerontology in Higher Education. Her dissertation research focused on burden and anticipatory grief of caregivers of parents and spouses with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Dr. York completed her first mission trip to Trinidad and Tobago in 2019 and looks forward future mission trips.
Dr. Tirizia York's Academic Programs
Prepare to be a leader in the complex and dynamic field of healthcare and transform the current healthcare delivery system with Concordia University, Nebraska’s online master’s in healthcare administration program. As you build a foundation in healthcare and business management, you will become a servant leader who is dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities.
With the online bachelor’s degree in healthcare management program, you’ll discover an online learning opportunity designed to fit your busy professional schedule while providing organizational leadership skills specifically crafted for the healthcare industry. While aligned with the high standards of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration, the bachelor’s in healthcare management program offers the skills currently demanded by the industry, along with the advanced skills projected for demand in the next ten years by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.