Brighton Heights resident earns Master of Science in health care administration and management degree from Point Park University.
By: NSC Staff
Brighton Heights resident, CeMonne Hanna was recently welcomed as a distinguished member of Point Park University’s first graduating class from the Master of Science in health care administration and management program.
“The main reason I chose Point Park’s M.S. health care program was for its distinguished reputation for producing ethical business leaders,” Hanna told Point Park University in a featured article earlier this month. “I enjoyed being able to have healthy discussions in real time with my cohorts about political issues and concerns within the U.S. health care system.”
Hanna, who currently works as a direct care worker for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is one of six students in the first-ever graduating class. The 36-credit online masters program is facilitated by Prof. Archish Maharaja and the Rowland School of Business. The curriculum focuses on informative techniques and theories that can be properly utilized to help navigate the health care system from managerial and administrative angles today.
Read more about Hanna and the 2017 graduates here.