Why Health Administration, Policy, and Informatics at Mason?

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Enroll in Nationally Recognized and Accredited Programs

-MS in Health Informatics ranked #3 in the United States by Top Master's in Healthcare Administration


-MS in Health Informatics is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM)


-Master of Health Administration (MHA) ranked #33 by US News & World Report for Best Health Care Management Programs, 2017


-MHA in Health Systems Management, Concentration in Executive Management is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME)


-BS in Health Administration program is certified by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA)

Students in DC
Study Where Policy Happens

-Tackle complex challenges to make our world—and our immediate community—a better place


-Study just 15 miles from the nation’s capital


-Have immediate access to health care leaders, policy makers, and think tanks

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Collaborate with Federal Agencies, Health Care Organizations, and Leading Researchers

-Collaborate with both public and private agencies, including the VA, NIH, and DHHS


-Work alongside researchers who write the health policy of tomorrow


-Contribute to solving health care issues that directly impact our community and nation

HAP Students in the Community
Make an Impact on the Local and National Community

-George Mason is Virginia’s largest public research university


-Participate in student organizations like the AcademyHealth Student Chapter, Students for Seniors, and the Upsilon Phi Delta National Honor Society


-Gain hands-on, practical experience during a practicum with an organization outside of Mason

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Network with Health Care Leaders

-Gain valuable insight from local executives who share their expertise, experience, and advice on becoming leaders in the health administration field