LeTourneau's Master of Science in Health Care Administration is designed specifically for health care professionals who want to move into administration, enhance their professional perspective, improve organizational effectiveness or manage their own health-related business.
The aging of America's population will result in the growth of health care organizations that will need highly qualified health care administrators to lead them through the increasing complex regulatory requirements placed on health care providers.
At LETU, you’ll follow a curriculum designed in collaboration with top-tier health care management professionals, including CEOs, CFOs, presidents and vice presidents of many local and regional hospitals across East Texas.
Courses are generally taken one at a time and last from three to seven weeks. Coursework begins on Monday each week, with most assignments due by Sunday at midnight.
You’ll also receive instruction from faculty with widespread experience in the field of health care.
Our faculty members have served directly with the Air Force Surgeon General, worked extensively in the healthcare systems industry, and served as marketing and public relations specialists on numerous healthcare accounts encompassing hospitals, medical groups, medical device manufacturers, and health insurance companies.
At LeTourneau University, concepts of ethics, integrity, and service are interwoven throughout the coursework of each class. Topics covered include health care organization, policy, systems, regulation, finance, administration and leadership.
Integrating faith into class content and discussions encourages students to understand how faith can and should inform their professional decisions and actions.