US Army-Baylor Graduate Program in Health
The U.S. Army Baylor University Graduate Program
in Health Care Administration has a proud reputation for producing some
of the top Healthcare Administrators in the country. Every student is
handpicked from each of the military branches and the VA. The program is
two years in length. The first year is a one-year didactic phase
consisting of 60 credit hours of instruction. The didactic phase is
followed by a one-year residency at a military or civilian healthcare
organization. During the residency, the student develops a rotation
program and also works on his or her Graduate Management Project (GMP).
The Graduate Management Project normally addresses an actual business
related problem that exists within the facility. Upon successful
completion of the GMP the student is awarded a Master Degree of Health
Care Administration. Currently, our organization has Baylor
Graduates working in the following administrative positions:
For more information about the Baylor Program follow the
link to the U.S. Army Baylor Program home page or call (808)433-1813.
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September 10, 2013