The Executive path to your Master of Science in Health Care Administration offers a part-time format that provides individuals currently working in a healthcare setting with an opportunity to invest in their future while continuing to work full-time. Whether your background is administrative or clinical, Trinity’s Executive Track is tailored to help experienced healthcare professionals with prior management experience meet the challenges ahead by giving you the confidence and qualifications to reach higher and pursue new opportunities.
Common Career Paths
- Hospital Executive Leadership
- Health System Executive Leadership
- Executive Clinical Leadership
- Healthcare Strategy and Business Development
- Physician Practice Management
Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) ensures that you and your degree will be taken seriously wherever your career takes you.
With each semester combining an initial three-day on-campus session with distance-learning experiences over the remainder of the semester, the executive track consists of a progression of courses across six semesters, usually taking 23 months to complete.
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The hybrid educational format includes on-campus sessions concentrated at the beginning of each semester. Over the span of three full days, students initiate each of their courses through intensive classwork and discussions. However, these on-campus sessions include more than just course content, including selected speakers, site visits, and community building events that foster camaraderie and bonding opportunities among students.
Following the on-campus sessions that mark the beginning of each semester, each course continues with a distance-learning format that engages students through a variety of formats, including teleconference sessions and asynchronous online discussion forums. As students engage course content while continuing to serve in their full-time positions, the virtual classroom becomes an environment in which students share their current experiences and diverse perspectives within the healthcare industry and then apply those to key concepts being addressed in the course curricula, learning and benefiting from one another as a community of developing leaders.
The hybrid educational format allows busy professionals the opportunity to manage their work schedules and study time.
On-campus time is concentrated at the beginning of each semester, followed by distance-learning sessions during convenient times.
By limiting each cohort’s size, our faculty is able to provide valuable one-on-one time with students and work diligently to support their success well into their careers.
Strong ties with classmates, a vast alumni network, and a reputation for producing exceptional leaders in healthcare form a foundation for professional relationships and career development.