Established in 2007, by the University of Regina and University of Saskatchewan, the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy is a joint provincial school dedicated to educating graduate students, public servants and those across sectors who are interested in, and devoted to, advancing public value. With nationally accredited graduate programs and a wealth of executive education training opportunities, the school is widely recognized for its innovative professional training and research excellence.
An Online Program Designed for Health Professionals
Administered through the school's University of Regina campus and delivered primarily online, the Master of Health Administration (MHA) program focuses on building leadership, management, and policy capacity for current, emerging and future health sector leaders. While in program, students develop the knowledge and skills that are required of professionals and managers in the health field, enabling them to contribute to improving the effectiveness of program and policy development, implementation and evaluation, as well as effectiveness in health service delivery, and managerial and administrative performance.
Within the MHA program, students can major in Health Informatics and Information Management (HIIM), which encompasses a wide scope of practice that includes information management, information systems, information technology, and finance areas.
Meet the MHA Program Faculty
Join us on March 3 at 10 am (CST) for a panel discussion with Amy Zarzeczny, JSGS Associate Professor and MHA Program Director, Cheryl Camillo, JSGS Assistant Professor, Tarun Katapally, JSGS Associate Professor, and Dan Florizone, JSGS Executive-in-Residence. Moderated by Ramona Kyabaggu, JSGS Assistant Professor and MHA-HIIM Program Coordinator, this session provides prospective students with an opportunity to hear about the program from faculty leads.
Please note that we will email all registered participants a Zoom link prior to the session.
- 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CST
- Via Zoom
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