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The Graduate School

Master of Science in Allied Health in Healthcare Administration

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Exceptional Education for Career Advancement

The Otterbein University Master of Science in Allied Health in Healthcare Administration program will prepare you for the next level in your career advancement through a challenging and professionally focused curriculum that will deepen your:

  • Clinical knowledge ─ Enabling practitioners to improve the scientific basis of your practice, update content knowledge as it relates to Health Sciences, and improve skills related to critical inquiry.
  • Leadership skills ─ Advance your knowledge related to leadership and ethical issues, extending skills as they relate to program development and design, and developing your skills in assessment and evaluation.
  • Educational skills ─ Deepening your knowledge in curriculum design and implementation, learning theory, pedagogy, and issues related to teaching and learning round out the professionally focused curriculum.


Student-centered learning with a variety of classes.

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Photo of a female studentWith rolling admission, you can begin your studies any term throughout the year.

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Tuition, Fees & Payments

See a list of Master of Science in Allied Health in Exercise Science and Health Promotion tuition, fees, and payment options.

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Financial Aid

Get your questions answered about types of Financial Aid and how to apply for them.

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Get to know our faculty.

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The Graduate School is located in Roush Hall, room 208.

Office Hours
M-F: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

p/ 614.823.3210
e/ grad@otterbein.edu

Paul Longenecker MBA, PhD, RN
Program Director
e/ plongenecker@otterbein.edu
p/ 614.823.1083

Lauren Keller
Graduate Assistant/MSAH Recruiter
e/ lauren.keller@otterbein.edu
p/ 614.823.3514

Spotlight On...

Dr. Joan Rocks

Dr. Joan Rocks is living what she teaches and demonstrating how the practice of Athletic Training is a profession and a lifestyle. Rocks is the Chair of the Department of Health and Sport Sciences, directs the master’s program in Allied Health, and is an athletic trainer with Otterbein’s athletic teams.