I wanted to be a hospital administrator when I was 17 years old, and that logically meant getting a Masters in Health Administration. Luckily for me, Tulane University had such a program right there in my hometown. Fast forward to 2000 to 2001 and I had an opportunity to teach Bachelors level health administration classes for the University of LaVerne. Ever since then I seem to attract a following of students and early careerists and am honored when they ask for my guidance and advice. Who know, maybe my social presence makes me hip!
This brings me to the last few months and my development of a course for Concordia University's new Online Masters in Health Administration. In May, I'll start teaching Health Services Organizations and am really pleased by the way each unit is shaping up. I'm really looking forward to some engaging conversations with the students and seeing how they will reflect back the assignments I've envisioned.
Before I start putting together the one quiz and final exam, I wanted to take a moment and use my voice to share this news on my blog. Partly because I'm a bit pleased with myself and partly because, just maybe, someone who will read my blog post, see my tweet or view my post on LinkedIn will be looking for an online program and want to pursue their education with Concordia's new online option for earning a Masters in Health Administration.
If you do apply, leave me a comment so I'll know to look for you once the class gets started. If all goes well, I'll also design and teach the introductory health information technology course.