Health Administration, M.S.

Clinical and non-clinical healthcare professionals prepare to assume a leadership role through this innovative and contemporary blend of health administration and business course work that focuses on community-minded service leadership.

Program Highlights

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Program Credits: 43

Standard Completion Time
18 months

International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education

What Will I Learn?

At the end of the program, students have the opportunity to apply their knowledge by interacting with local healthcare executives in a consultation project designed to provide the healthcare organization with answers to questions, program or marketing research data, opportunity exploration, or project development.

  • Practical management applications, skills, and tools
  • Contemporary knowledge and theoretical foundations of health care administration
  • Servant leadership in health care systems and organizations
  • Service to the community through personal values, leadership activity, and organizational effectiveness

Where Can It Take Me?


  • Chief Administrative Officer
  • Neighborhood Manager
  • Residential Manager
  • Sonographer
  • Staff Therapist


  • CSC Oncology
  • Excelsior Orthopedics
  • St. John’s Home
  • University of Rochester

Alumni Success

Kurt Koczent

Kurt Koczent '08

COO, Thompson Health

Michael R Donegan

Michael Donegan '15, MSHA, PT, DPT, CCI 

Director of Diagnostic and Rehabilitation Services, Noyes Health

Destiney Fraguada

Destiney Fraguada '17

Operational Support Analyst, Rochester Regional Health

Kristen Opett

Kristen Opett '07

VP and Chief Nursing Officer, Rochester Regional Health

Edward Doyle

Edward Doyle '07

Chiropractor, Penfield Chiropractic Office

David Fagan

David Fagan '12

Senior Compensation Analyst, Paychex, Inc.

William Gutschow

William Gutschow '16

Practice Administrator, Medicine in Psychiatry at URMC Strong

Who Will I Meet?

Michele Kraynik

Michele Kraynik

Director, Health Administration
“The need for qualified managers and administrators is higher than ever. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that employment growth in the healthcare sector will almost double that of other major industries through 2024. A Master of Health Administration (MHA) can lead to careers in hospital or health insurance administration and healthcare policy making in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings.”


Pia Musielak '17, RPA-C, MPAS

“The Masters of Healthcare Administration program has been the perfect platform for me to attain the knowledge and improve my confidence to advance my career. The program format made it possible for me to return to school while maintaining my personal and professional responsibilities. I know my degree from Roberts will help me achieve my career goals to be an honest, confident, and competent servant leader.”

Pia Musielak


Location & Start Dates

Attend class one night* a week in multiple classroom locations in Western New York

  • Thursday, April 26, 2018 | Jefferson Rd
  • Wednesday, October 10, 2018 | Jefferson Rd

Earn your graduate degree in Health Administration online

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2018 | Online

Classes run from 6:00pm-10:00pm

Contact Us

Adult and Graduate Admissions

Visit the Health Administration Programs Page