To engage and educate a diverse group of students with the skills necessary to lead a system of high-performing healthcare organizations as exceptionally skilled health services administrators. We offer a flexible curriculum that prepares students to manage organizational resources efficiently while also building healthier, sustainable communities to achieve health equity. Our students will be equipped to solve contemporary healthcare challenges through evidence-based research and assessment, including practical experiences that focus on patient outcomes and communication with stakeholders.
The FIU Master of Health Services Administration program aims for our graduates to become leading health services administrators with comprehensive, dynamic, industry-specific, multicultural, and diverse competency-based skills to exalt high-quality healthcare systems. Our graduate students act as catalysts for enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare for all individuals. We aim for our graduate students to serve as catalysts for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare for all individuals.
The Bachelor of Health Services Administration’s mission at Florida International University is to prepare diverse students to become health services managers and leaders in the delivery of high quality, accessible, culturally competent, evidence-based management of healthcare organizations within an ever changing, highly technological and global environment. This program focuses on a balance of evidence- and value-based approaches to healthcare management and policies that promote globally ethical community health and healthcare services with a special emphasis on inter-professional collaboration within our local and global multicultural populations.
The Bachelor of Health Services Administration’s vision is to become the leading healthcare management program known locally and globally for developing exceptional managers and global leaders within multicultural, multigenerational and multilingual healthcare organizations.