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Health Administration Program Ranks Among Best in US

June 19, 2019

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The website has published its 2019 rankings for the best Health Administration schools in the country, and the Health Administration program (Health Sciences) at CSUN has been ranked #42. The site boasts over 40 million visitors per month who research potential schools, degrees, and careers. The organization evaluated hundreds of health administration schools for this list and featured CSUN based on academic and career resources for health administration students, the quality of education, faculty, and more.  Go to rankings.

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Best Healthcare Administration Schools

To help students interested in healthcare leadership and management careers find the right school to fit their education and career goals, has compiled a list of the 50 best health administration schools in the nation. We used data from the Department of Education, including tuition and graduation rates and looked at factors like the diversity of program offerings, scholarship availability and student support services. Students interested in getting a degree in health administration can find quality education and other helpful benefits at any of the school listed below.

42. California State University-Northridge

California State University - Northridge offers a wide variety of programs to help students delve into health administration careers, including comprehensive Bachelor of Science and Master of Science options. Students can also enter the field through a master's degree in public administration with the option to study health administration. Undergraduate students are able to gain valuable professional experience through the public administration program's required internship. All students can enjoy access to one-on-one support services designed to help them excel in their programs, particularly if they are working professionals.

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