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Armstrong Health Sciences offers three graduate programs that are growing in relevancy in today's medical realm.
Master of Health Services Administration
Accredited by CAHME. The objective of the Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) degree is to provide the student with mastery of the knowledge and skills for the effective administration of health service organizations across the continuum of care. Specifically, the student will understand the basic organizational, financial, legal, and managerial components of health services as they relate to a dynamic and evolving health care delivery system.
Master of Public Health
Accredited by CEPH. The objective of the Master of Public Health (MPH) degree is to provide the student with mastery of the appropriate theory, knowledge, and skills in areas of public and community health specific to the student's interest. The student will have the ability to plan, implement, and evaluate specific programs which influence behavioral change conducive to good health.
Master of Science in Sports Medicine
The Master of Science in Sports Medicine (MSSM) program provides the student with an interdisciplinary, scientific background in sport and physical activity, with a significant emphasis on work-related concepts and experiences. The educational experiences utilize evidence-based research to develop leaders in the scientific and clinical aspects of sports medicine.
Scholarship for Disadvantaged Students (SDS) provides scholarships to full-time, financially needs students from disadvantaged backgrounds, enrolled in either MPH or MHSA programs at Armstrong. Please go to the following link to see if you qualify.