The MHSA provides graduate education in health care administration for persons seeking careers in the management and administration of health care facilities/organizations. This degree also provides opportunities for individuals in health services to seek career improvement and development. This is a 36 credit hour program.
Finance programs prepare students for career opportunities in financial management that are both challenging and rewarding. At the undergraduate level, the most common job market entry level position is as a financial or credit analyst. Ultimately, though, the Finance major provides students with the analytical tools to handle a variety of finance and business functions. With graduates receiving some of the highest average starting salaries among all majors, the Finance degree from Marywood offers students the career opportunities that they desire. By utilizing the local internship connections to explore possibilities and gather critical field experience, students gain an edge over the competition within this exciting industry. This program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs.
Students majoring in Accounting are required to complete a minimum of 66 semester hours in Business and Managerial Science courses (33 credits specific to the major) and must take Principles of Economics I and Principles of Economics II or Basic Economics (consult advisor for specific state requirement). Options are provided for the 150-hour requirement (as a condition to take the Uniform CPA Examination) and for those students interested in pursuing a concentration in Forensic Accounting.