The Texas A&M Health Science Center's Master of Health Administration degree joins elite national demonstration project.
A total of nine programs across the nation were accepted into the National Center for Healthcare Leadership's Graduate Health management Education Demonstration Project.
Organizers expect Texas A&M to be a part of the project for at least three years. The distinction gives Texas A&M access to use curriculum and development resources from the National Center of Healthcare Leadership. One of the professors behind the project explains, "It raises the bar on the level of curriculum being taught at Texas A&M."
The degree program also draws on the skills and expertise of the other units of the College of Medicine, the business school as well as the College of Architecture.