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Prepare for a leadership role in healthcare administration with Saint Francis University’s 100% online Master of Health Science Program. Reach higher. Go far.
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Saint Francis University’s 100% online Master of Health Science degree blends the key elements of a Master of Public Health and a Master of Health Administration degree. The program helps students who are working in such professional roles as clinicians, educators, researchers, and administrators improve their skill sets and prepares them to take on leadership roles in healthcare administration.

The online MHSc program encourages students to seek and respond to service needs utilizing an evidence-based approach, while mindful of ethical, policy, and leadership considerations. The program is both flexible and affordable. Students in the program will enjoy small class sizes, with a 15:1 student to faculty ratio. 30 credits are required to graduate, and the program can be completed within 2 years.

Saint Francis University is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and is regionally-ranked by U.S. News. We are the oldest Franciscan University one of the oldest Catholic universities in the United States.

To learn more, visit our website at http://onlinemhsc.francis.edu or call 814-240-2414 or 800-494-3204 (toll-free) to speak to one of our Enrollment Representatives about the degree program.

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Is sushi ‘healthy’? What about granola? Where Americans and nutritionists disagree
We surveyed Americans and a panel of nutrition experts about which foods they thought were good or bad for you.
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Antibiotic resistance: can the clock be turned back? #healthcare
For years, doctors took a “better safe than sorry” approach to antibiotics. That may be wrong, a CDC official posits.
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When your doctor is your chef #health #medicine
How cooking is changing medicine.
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"New research suggests that being overbooked might actually be good for the brain..."
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How you sleep depends on where you live
See where people get the most and least sleep
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Superbug gene detected in a second person in the U.S.
Researchers have found bacteria resistant to the antibiotic of last resort in a sample from a second patient in the United States, according to a study published Monday.
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Welcome to all students beginning our program today! We hope you enjoy your time with us.
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How should hospitals handle texting orders?
A 2015 report found $1 million could be saved annually per hospital by using text messaging for clinical communications.
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Anxiety disorders 'most common among women and young adults'
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Why bullying is a serious public health problem
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Medical errors may be 3rd leading cause of death in U.S. #health
Most medical errors that lead to death aren't recorded. If they were, we'd know for sure how big a health issue they are.
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