Business and Management

Dr. Marianne Raimondo with students in Health Policy class

Take your career to the next level with a master's degree from Rhode Island College. Our graduate programs in accounting and health care administration prepare working professionals to advance in their fields, becoming professional accountants, financial planners and managers and administrators within the health care industry. Don't just work, lead with an advanced degree from our nationally accredited School of Business.

The M.S. in Health Care Administration focuses on the organization, financing and management of health care organizations and the delivery of health care services in the United States. The program will prepare students for management careers in health care in the private and public sectors, including careers in public health, hospitals, long-term care, home/community-based care and health insurance. The program is also appropriate for those seeking positions in health policy.

The Master of Professional Accountancy with Concentration in Financial Accounting provides relevant education for accounting students who are planning leadership roles in the accounting field and/or taking the C.P.A. examination for licensing in Rhode Island, or any state requiring five years of education for the C.P.A. license.

The Master of Professional Accountancy with a Concentration in Financial Planning prepares graduates to be well grounded in all aspects of personal financial planning, including income tax and estate planning, retirement planning, investment allocation and risk management.