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December 20, 2013
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December 20, 2013
Twenty three students within The University of Texas at Tyler executive master of public administration in health care administration degree program have graduated this fall, Dr. Martin Slann, College of Arts and Sciences dean, announced.
Offered within the UT Tyler Department of Social Sciences, the 16-month hybrid program is designed for busy health care professionals and administrators who have reached a point in their careers where they need advanced skills and knowledge to manage staff, organizations and health systems. Begun at UT Tyler fall 2011, the program is the first of its kind in East Texas.
Graduates are listed by hometown.
DALLAS – Rossia Avery.
DOUGLASS – Dorothy Collier.
FORT WORTH – Mona Gaw, Scott Muchow and Vicky Whitaker.
GLADEWATER – Danny Robinson.
HALLSVILLE – Joseph Sutton and Aric Whitington.
HOLLY LAKE RANCH – Kenneth Wuerch.
HOUSTON – Danika Medina and Elizabeth Mitchell.
HURST – Roberta Nicholls.
LANCASTER – Patricia Vickerie.
LINDALE – Kelly Ann Baggett and Tim Holland.
LONGVIEW – Emmanuel Elueze.
ROCKWALL – Bonnie Lankford.
RUSK – Suzanne Fisher.
SOUTHLAKE – Alina Grays.
SPRING – David De La Rosa.
TYLER – Chris Bergfeld, Randi Bledsoe and Neil Davis.
The classroom portion of each course is taught in an intensive week with the remainder of the course delivered online. Students begin in the fall semester, complete 36 credit hours in 12 courses and graduate 16 months later in December of the next academic year. They may join the program for one set program fee regardless of residence.
One of the 15 campuses of the UT System, UT Tyler offers excellence in teaching, research, artistic performance and community service. More than 80 undergraduate and graduate degree programs are available at UT Tyler, which has an enrollment more than7,500 high-ability students at its campuses in Tyler, Longview and Palestine as well as a location in Houston.