This site complements the official Georgetown University EMHSA site. Here we share current events and news to give you an idea of what it’s like to be an EMHSA student. Check back often to see what’s happening!

What is the EMHSA?

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The Department of Health Systems Administration at Georgetown University's School of Nursing & Health Studies offers two options for students pursuing a Master's of Science degree in health systems administration. 

The two-year executive track, known as the EMHSA, is designed for working professionals in the health care field and includes a combination of on-campus, offsite, and online sessions to offer students the flexibility of an online program without sacrificing academic rigor and our connection to the Georgetown and Washington D. C. communities. 

Students explore current health care challenges through lectures, readings, stimulating discussions, and individual and collaborative projects. Students also participate in international and DC-based Intensives, which provide experiential learning and diverse networking opportunities.

Welcome to the Class of 2019!

What’s going on now?

Fall 2017 Courses 

Online fall courses are underway for first and second year students:
  • Class of 2019 is taking Strategic Management, Organizational Leadership, and Financial Management
  • Class of 2018 is taking Health Economics, Human Capital Management, and Integrative Seminar II
  • Recent Blog Posts
  • Meet the Faculty: Dr. Sara Hejazi, Quality & Performance and Integrative Seminar Series Sara Hejazi, Ph.D., teaches the EMHSA Quality and Performance course, helping students explore the internal and external factors that affect an organization's ability to assess and provide quality ...
    Posted Oct 18, 2017, 12:35 PM by Claire Barnett
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Upcoming Events

Interested in Applying? 
Contact the EMHSA Program Coordinator for more information.