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What HBCUs are known for strong healthcare administration programs?

Hey folks! Junior here looking into Healthcare Administration programs. I'm leaning towards attending an HBCU and would love to know if any of you have recommendations for schools that are strong in this field. Would appreciate any insight on faculty, resources, internships, or how well these programs prepare you for the industry!

7 months ago

Hi there! It's fantastic that you're considering a career in healthcare administration and looking at HBCUs. One school that often receives praise for its program is Florida A&M University (FAMU). Their School of Allied Health Sciences offers a comprehensive healthcare management program that equips students with the necessary skills for the industry.

Another notable institution is Howard University—their Health Sciences programs are robust, and they have strong connections for internships in the Washington D.C. area. Tuskegee University also has a solid Health Information Management program that is worth looking into.

When checking these schools, consider touring campuses or reaching out to current students and alumni for firsthand insights. Explore the faculty's backgrounds and see if they have experience in the healthcare administration field. Also, most of these programs will highlight their connections with local hospitals and health centers, which can be immensely helpful for internships and hands-on experience.

Best of luck with your search, and remember that finding a program that aligns with your career aspirations is key!

7 months ago

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