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Earn your M.S. in Health Services Administration

Master the next step in your career!


Key aspects of the program include:

  • 30-credit, non-thesis professional graduate degree
  • Two years of part-time study; can be extended up to six years
  • Minimal residency program (primarily online)

Are you a new or mid-career pharmacist or other health care professional who wants to become a:

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As part of the freshmen orientation program, Cowboy Connect, the Class of 2021 poses in the shape of a "W" on Prexys Pasture.

Newly Expanded Tracks for our Fall 2021 cohort!

All Students Select One Specialty Track –>

checkmark Health Institution Leadership Group Specialty Track (Pick one specialty below.)

  • Health Institution Leadership
  • Health Economics & Outcomes
  • Healthcare Quality & Improvement
  • Rural Healthcare Coordination
  • Geriatric Care Systems
  • Healthcare Entrepreneurism
  • Healthcare Financing
  • Health Information Technology
  • Healthcare Writing and Reporting

checkmark Biopharmaceutical Regulatory Compliance Group Specialty Track (Pick one specialty below.)

  • Biopharmaceutical Regulatory Compliance
  • Healthcare Risk Management
  • Forensic Pharmacy
  • Healthcare Policy Analysis
  • Biopharmaceutical Product Representation
  • Clinical Research Administration
  • Patient Safety Systems
  • Healthcare Security Systems
  • Healthcare Ethics & Equity

Program Information

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About the program

For current students

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Student resources

How to apply

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Application process


Note: The University of Wyoming continues its efforts to comply with state authorization regulations. The Higher Education Act and current state authorization regulations impact the admission of out-of-state students in the University’s distance education programs. At this time, the University of Wyoming will not be admitting distance education students from the following state: Massachusetts.