I’m pleased to announce Peirce College is launching our second master’s degree program! Classes for our new Master of Science in Healthcare Administration will kick off in September 2016, and we’re recruiting for the inaugural class now.
Across the country, the healthcare industry is growing quickly. New jobs are constantly opening up in everything from large healthcare systems to smaller providers. These opportunities are especially expanding in Philadelphia, home to more than 10,000 area healthcare employers*. With our 151 year history of educating Philadelphia’s workforce, Peirce College is aligned to lead the charge in educating this generation in Philadelphia industry.
To prepare our students for careers in this field, Peirce offers a full portfolio of non-clinical healthcare programs. Our healthcare programs build off of one another, so you get the most value out of your credits, starting from the certificate, to the associate’s, bachelor’s, and now graduate degree level. So, even if you still need to earn your bachelor’s degree, at Peirce you can start laying the foundation and be on track to earn your master’s in a few short years!
Peirce has a long legacy of creating employer valued degree programs, which is why we designed our MSHCA program in collaboration with top healthcare employers. With their help, we’ve developed a healthcare curriculum that provides students with the exact skills that recruiters from area employers are looking for in their management candidates.
At Peirce, we’re committed to offering students the flexibility they need to earn their degree, so all our MSHCA classes will be offered in Peirce Fit™, a revolutionary learning format where students can choose week-to-week whether to attend class on campus or online.
If Peirce College’s Master of Science in Healthcare Administration sounds like the degree you need to take your career to the next level, click here to learn more. If you know of anyone else who could benefit from this program, tag them in a comment below.
For more information about Peirce College’s healthcare degree programs, click here.*From Philadelphia Works: http://www.philaworks.org/workforce-trends-data/health-care