Doctorate - Face to face
The PhD in Leadership and Education with a specialization in Higher Education Administration is diversified in scope and prepares you for teaching and administrative positions in community colleges, four-year colleges and universities or a career path in industry. The cohort model for this program encourages peer support and networking within the educational community. The doctoral program is taught in face-to-face and blended formats at SPC's EpiCenter in an accelerated format with 54 credits. During the coursework, you attend a Dissertation Seminar which provides guidance in preparing a dissertation proposal. The curriculum includes courses in Leadership in Education, Higher Education Administration, Organizational Change and the foundations of Research.
Master's - Blended
This degree program is designed with a focus on both the art and science for effectively leading and managing modern organizations. The program addresses the development of competencies in administration, leadership, applied research, managing change and projects, interpersonal relations, teamwork, and information technology which contribute to workplace success in all organizations - public, private, and not-for-profit. There is an emphasis on both theoretical course content and its practical application throughout the curriculum. (30 credit hours)
Master's - Face to face
Physician Assistants are highly qualified health care providers who have been prepared, through a demanding academic and clinical curriculum, to provide health care services under physician supervision. Physician assistants are board certified and licensed health care professionals who gather and evaluate medical data and participate in the process of clinical decision making, diagnosis and therapeutic management. All candidates who successfully complete the program will be awarded both the Master of Clinical Medical Science degree and the Physician Assistant Certificate.
The Master of Science in Health Services Administration program meets the societal need for professionals in the healthcare industry to serve in a variety of leadership roles for organizations that provide health services. The program prepares you to critically evaluate and apply theory and research in all specialty areas of healthcare and administration into their daily professional work. Graduates are taught to become informed, responsible, and ethical leaders in the community.
The Master of Science in Health Services Administration and Master of Public Health dual degree program is a seven-semester graduate education program offered through the College of Health Sciences, Division of Graduate Clinical Sciences & Health Management Programs.
The M.S. in Higher Education Administration at Barry University prepares individuals for careers in either Academic Affairs or Student Affairs. Whether your interest lies in serving as an academic advisor, preparing students for different career paths, or learning about the different stages of student development, this program is holistic in its approach in response to meeting the demands of higher education professionals at all levels.
This degree program is a professional development program for adult learners with a focus on the administration of public, non-profit and other organizations which serve a public purpose. The MPA is generally considered the terminal professional degree for practitioners in public service. The curriculum addresses the critical administrative competencies in this evolving environment through skills development in the context of a theoretical foundation. The degree program also incorporates adult learner principles and strategies. The program emphasizes developing critical administrative competencies through course content which contains theory, application and practice throughout the curriculum. Also, in addition to developing a core body of administrative knowledge and skills, the degree program will provide an effective grounding in applied public policy, policy analysis, and program evaluation. (30 credit hours)
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