Why should I pursue an M.S. in Health Services Administration?
With your experience in the health care field, your skills are already in high demand. With an M.S. in Health
Services Administration, you’ll become one of the country’s most in-demand health care professionals.
According to the Bureau
of Labor Statistics, the employment of medical and health service managers is expected to grow 17 percent by
2024, much faster than many other occupations.
Is a Master of Science in Health Services Administration for me?
Are you a strong, organized leader who looks forward to working with others? An online M.S. in HSA from Regis can
help you advance your career and take on responsibilities like developing budgets, creating policies, maintaining
compliance and managing staff. When it comes to standing out in a field of applicants, it can really help you rise
to the top.
What will I learn in Regis’ HSA program?
An M.S. in HSA from Regis University is much like an MBA for health care. You’ll gain the legal, financial,
management and administrative skills needed to keep major health care companies and organizations running smoothly
Courses in finance, organizational ethics, operations, leadership, research and technology management will build upon
your experience as a working professional. In addition to advanced practice content, your coursework will help
cultivate your leadership abilities. You’ll also gain a deeper appreciation of the social and ethical
obligations and conflicts involved in providing health care.
If you have a specific area of interest or expertise, our special topic courses allow you to custom design learning
experiences to match your educational goals. You may also take courses from other graduate programs.
For those with little to no experience in health care, we offer a bridge course, HSA 610 Health Care Delivery
Systems, to get you up to speed on the history, policy and current contemporary issues in health services. This
course is required for those without health care experience and fulfills one of two elective requirements.
What’s the difference between an M.S. in HSA and a Master of Science in Public Health (MHP)? A MPH is based
around the logistics and operations of public health organizations, which require specific courses in biostatistics,
environmental health and public health policy.
Is Regis’ HSA program accredited?
Regis University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional higher education
institutional accreditors in the United States and a member of the North Central
What class formats are available?
At Regis, we understand the challenges of working full time while pursuing your degree. Our flexible online format is
designed to help you succeed.
Each class runs for eight weeks, so you can make rapid progress toward your degree and complete it within 18–24
months. No campus visits are required for online students, but we encourage you to celebrate your graduation in
When do Regis’ M.S. in HSA classes start?
Courses are offered in blended eight-week terms that begin in:
Meet our Health Services Administration faculty
Amador, Ph.D., MSW
Director, Health Services Education, Associate Professor
Fisher, DBA, FACMPE, Professor
Rosser, Assistant Professor, M.S. in Organization Leadership