The Catholic University of America

Professional Studies Graduate Degrees

The Metropolitan School of Professional Studies is now accepting applications for  graduate programs for Summer and Fall 2017.

Master of Science in Emergency Service Administration - MS-ESA

The Master of Science in Emergency Service Administration (MS-ESA) is a professional degree designed to prepare students for leadership and managerial roles in emergency service organizations.  Students are given a strong foundation in analytical problem solving, budgeting and finance, ethics, legal and policy analyses related to emergency services in both the private and public sectors.

 Master of Health Service Administration (MHA) 

The Master of Health Administration (MHA) is a professional degree designed to prepare students for leadership and managerial roles in hospitals and other healthcare systems, consulting firms, or healthcare related businesses.  Students are given a strong foundation in analytical problem solving, budgeting and finance, ethics, legal and policy analyses.

Master of Science in Social Service Administration (MS-SSA) 

The Master of Science in Social Service Administration (MS-SSA) is a professional degree designed to prepare students for leadership and managerial roles in social service organizations.  Students are given a strong foundation in analytical problem solving, budgeting and finance, ethics, legal and policy analyses.  The MS-SSA is similar to a MSW but differs in that whereas an MSW prepares students to be social work practitioners, the MS-SSA prepares student to manage a social work practice.

Tuition for MSPS Graduate Programs is $1035 per credit hour. For complete details on all tuition costs and fees, see our Tuition page. For infomation on how to finance your education, see our Financial Aid Resources page. 

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