HCA Alumni Profiles
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Cost. Value. Location. There are many factors to consider when choosing the right graduate school program. For Bryan Rivera, it was easy: he just followed his family members into CSULB’s Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MSHCA) program.
It was Glenda Smith’s employer who encouraged and ultimately persuaded her to pursue a Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MSHCA) degree. While Glenda had always wanted to obtain a Master’s degree, the time she dedicated to work, family, and life obligations seemed to suspend her dreams of graduate school indefinitely.
For CSULB alum Alex Yarijanian, a 2017 graduate of the Master of Science in Health Care Administration (MSHCA) program, healthcare represents a higher calling.
The U.S. healthcare industry is in a constant and rapid state of flux—from laws and regulations like the Affordable Care Act, to continuous improvements in technology and coverage plans. It can be challenging to keep up with these changes, even for experienced professionals.
CSULB prides itself on being a best value school in the nation. This was one of the many reasons Bindia chose to complete the MSHCA program at the university. She knew she would not only be learning through valuable field experiences and networking with faculty within the Health Care Administration, she would also be building a strong foundation for a…
When the COVID-19 outbreak hit the nation, many professionals in the medical field were faced with a challenging shift in their day-to-day duties. JoAnn Tran, graduate of both the Human Development and Health Care Administration programs at CSULB, was no exception to this phenomenon. As a Site Supervisor for Optometry and Vision Essentials by Kaiser…