Health Sciences

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    Senator Padilla and Mrs. Angela Padilla at 50th Anniversary Gala!

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    Department of Health Sciences

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    Public Health Full-time Faculty

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    Master of Public Health C.H.E. 2023 Cohort!

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    Master of Public Health Tseng C.H.E. 2023 Cohort!

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    Master of Public Health A.E. 2023 Cohort!

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    Master of Public Health Students at the APHA Conference 2023!

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    Health Administration Full-time Faculty

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    Master of Science in Health Administration 2023 Cohort!

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    MHA: ACHE College Bowl 2023 Winners!

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    Radiologic Sciences Full-time Faculty

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    Radiologic Sciences Students in Lab

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    RS students at California Society of Radiologic Technologist's 84th annual conference

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    Congratulations to the RS Class of 2023!

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    RS Students Attend a Conference

MHA Program > Competencies

The MHA curriculum is built upon a competency framework that meets national standards and helps us meet our mission to provide a carefully crafted educational experience for students to help them advance in their health administration career path. The curriculum incorporates six (6) domains and twenty-one (21) competencies. The 6 domains consist of critical thinking, leadership, science/analysis, management, communication, and political and community development. Each course in the curriculum takes a subset of the domains and competencies and creates educational experiences that allow the student to demonstrate mastery of the course content.

  Six domains of CSUN MSHA cirriculum