Master of Science in Healthcare Administration Program Outcomes

Program Specific Competency Goals

Upon completion of the Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration, graduates will:

  • Evaluate strategies based on concepts of leadership and management theory. (Critical Thinking)**
  • Interpret, synthesize, and apply concepts to evaluate and solve a variety of real world health care situations, through problem recognition, methods of inquiry, project management, and strategic analysis and integration. (Critical Thinking)**
  • Communicate thoughts and ideas effectively. (Communication)**
  • Demonstrate an ability to acknowledge and to recognize those differences that exist among all individuals. (Diversity)**
  • Demonstrate an appropriate working knowledge of computer applications commonly used in healthcare administration (Technology)**
  • Maintain the highest ethical, professional, and legal standards of conduct. (Professionalism)**

**Categories denoted in the parentheses represent relationship to the Clarkson College student success skills, which are our institutional student learning outcomes, and include Communication, Technology, Critical Thinking, Diversity, and Professionalism. 

Performance Outcomes

2020-2021 2021-2022 2022-2023
First-Time Board Pass Rate* N/A N/A N/A
Overall Board Pass Rate* N/A N/A N/A
National Average Board Pass Rate* N/A N/A N/A
Graduation Rate** 46%
Job Placement/Employment Rate*** 100%

* Board pass rate is measured by the number of graduates that have successfully completed either their professional licensing examination or national certification examination. Students in this program are not required to take a national certification examination.

** Graduation rates for this program are measured at GR 150. This refers to the percentage of a school’s eligible students who complete their degree/certificate program within 150% of the published time for the certificate/degree program.

*** Employment rates are taken from returned graduate surveys, alumni surveys, employer surveys, and individual graduate’s reports to the program.