MHA, MA (Kinesiology) and MS (Couple and Family Therapy) Programs
The Department of Health Services Administration combines health care management with health sevices delivery systems to address issues in health care systems, health care delivery and management, health services policy, disparities in access to care, long term care, chronic disease and disability care, and financing and economics in public health services delivery. The master's degree in Health Services Administration (MHA) is designed to give students a strong knowledge base in health care management and health service delivery systems and an understanding of the basic and core principles of public health.
The Master of Arts program in Kinesiology prepares the next generation of researchers, scholars, teachers, and professional leaders in the interdisciplinary field of Kinesiology. Kinesiologists focus on health and wellness with movement at the core, so their skills are in demand. Students can focus their course of study in one of several areas, including cognitive motor neuroscience, exercise physiology, physical cultural studies and the K-12 phsyical education master's certificate (MCERT).
The Couple and Family Therapy (CFT) M.S. program ranks among the nation's top three and provides students with coursework and supervised clinical training required in states with Couple and Family Therapy licensure. The program trains professionals in superior therapeutic skills, ethical integrity, intellectual curiosity, and a sincere commitment to working with families from diverse populations. The CFT program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).