About Macon State
The Health Services Administration degree gives students a solid background in the organization, financing and delivery of health cares services along with a strong foundation in management principles.
Macon State’s Health Services Administration degree program places special emphasis on the administrative role in ensuring quality services for patients and supporting community health education.
Health services administrators are involved in planning, managing and coordinating activities in many health care environments including hospitals, health maintenance organizations, public health agencies, clinics, extended care facilities and rehabilitation centers, as well as in private practice settings.
Health Service Administration courses cover areas ranging from health care systems and human resource management to quality improvement and financial planning. The internship, if needed, gives students an opportunity to apply skills and knowledge gained in the classroom to the field of practice.
Our graduates find employment in these areas: