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Health Care Administration is a rewarding and challenging career opportunity in a progressive and dynamic industry. Highly qualified, well-trained individuals are needed to manage organizations that will provide health services to individuals in a professional, caring, and efficient manner. If you aspire to begin or advance a career in health care management, the graduate program in the Department of Health Care Administration at Trinity University can help you achieve that goal.

Our mission is to provide a high-quality educational experience that will prepare a select group of individuals for management positions and leadership roles in the health care field. Our Department's program is designed to serve those individuals who are bright, industrious, and eager to learn about managing health care organizations. The fact that Trinity University's Department of Health Care Administration has been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) since 1969 testifies to the comprehensiveness, quality, and rigor of the program.

Trinity University emphasizes the integration of conceptual and experiential learning. We want our graduates to be capable managers and innovators and to have the knowledge, skills and abilities to assume leadership positions in health care delivery organizations.

We are well known for the personal touch we provide to our students. All phases of the educational process stress the importance of interaction among students, faculty, and practicing health care executives. This philosophy is reflected in our curriculum, in our relationships with the health care community, and in our strong alumni network.

If you are interested in pursuing this exciting educational opportunity, please contact us by e-mail at
hca@trinity.edu or give us a call at (210) 999-8107. We will be happy to provide you with additional information and answer any questions you may have.

Mary Stefl, Ph.D.
Professor and Department Chair