In the past four decades, The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) has evolved into a world-renowned research university and health care center, Alabama's single largest employer, and the economic engine of Birmingham with an impact of more than $3 billion on the area. With more than 18,000 students, 19,000 faculty and staff, and a campus covering more than 80 city blocks, UAB is on the leading edge of teaching, research, health care, and community service.
UAB's Department of Health Services Administration is proud of its many features, including:
- Offering one of the first Master of Science in Health Informatics Programs in the country
- Curricula taught by nationally-recognized core faculty members
- All of the department's programs with accreditation or certification agencies have attained full accreditation or certification
- Offering competitively-priced, in-state tuition to all online students
If you enjoy the excitement and energy of discovery, you'll enjoy UAB.
The Department of Health Services Administration has innovative academic programs to meet a variety of student education needs. All of the programs are linked by the common goal of training the next generation of health care leaders. For degree seeking students, we offer our "Degrees of Distinction."
If you are interested in senior leadership of health care organizations, view our Executive Master of Science in Health Administration Program. If your interest is in managing systems and information, our pre-eminent Master of Science in Health Informatics offers one of the few training opportunities concentrating on developing leaders in this growing and rapidly changing component of health care.
UAB is regionally accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.